Photos: Celebrating the Nonprofit Power 100

Photos: Celebrating the Nonprofit Power 100
From left, Mary Jane Dessables, director of information, research and accountability at the Council of Family and Child Caring Agencies; Sophine Charles, director of preventative services policy and practice, COFCCA; Dominique McLeod, administrative assistant at COFCCA; Bruce Carmel, director of training at COFCCA; Alan Stricoff, fiscal officer at COFCCA.
From left, Mary Jane Dessables, director of information, research and accountability at the Council of Family and Child Caring Agencies; Sophine Charles, director of preventative services policy and practice, COFCCA; Dominique McLeod, administrative assis
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  • From left, Mary Jane Dessables, director of information, research and accountability at the Council of Family and Child Caring Agencies; Sophine Charles, director of preventative services policy and practice, COFCCA; Dominique McLeod, administrative assis
  • From left, Douglas Spring, associate for nonprofits at Kasirer; Madison Mounty, senior associate for nonprofits at Kasirer; Richard David, associate vice president for nonprofits at Kasirer.
  • From left, Sharon Levy, vice president of public affairs at YMCA of Greater New York; Sharon Greenberger, president and CEO at YMCA of Greater New York and No. 18 on Nonprofit Power 100; Maura Keeney, first vice president at Amalgamated Bank.
  • From left, Brian Pacheco, director of communications at NYLAG; Helen Murphy, director of philanthropy at the New York Legal Assistance Group; Alison Lavan, chief financial officer at NYLAG; Sara Meyers, chief operating officer at NYLAG; David Greenfeld, c
  • From left, Ethan Kaufman, board member at Urban Pathways; Frederick Shack, chief executive officer at Urban Pathways and No. 82 on the Nonprofit Power 100; Steven Dicesare, counsel at Urban Pathways.
  • From left, Ana Bermúdez, commissioner at the New York City Department of Probation; Carmelyn Malalis, chairwoman and commissioner of the New York City Human Rights Commission; Judge Jackie Deane of King County Family Court.
  • City & State reporter Zach Williams, the evening’s emcee, preparing to address the crowd.
  • Carmelyn Malalis, keynote speaker for the event, addressing the crowd.
  • Steven Choi, executive director of the New York Immigration Coalition and No. 1 on Nonprofit Power 100, addressing the crowd.
  • From left, Keith Little, president and chief executive officer at SCO Family of Services; Madeline Martinez, chief of staff at SCO Family of Services; David Woodlock, president and chief executive officer for Institute for Community Living and No. 73 on N
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