November 2013


Finance & Management Institute

NYSAE's Finance & Management Institute focused on alternative money resources, better investment of those funds, and changes coming down the pike as a result of the recently passed New York Nonprofit Revitalization Act. The October 16 program, put together by NYSAE's Education Committee, was held at the offices of the New York Society of Security Analysts.

New York Legislature Passes Nonprofit Revitalization Act: Comprehensive, Significant Changes to New York Nonprofit Corporation Law on Horizon

The Nonprofit Revitalization Act, NY A8072 (the "Act"), a bill that makes comprehensive updates to the New York Not-for-Profit Corporation Law, as well as several other statutes related to nonprofits, recently passed both houses of New York’s legislature unanimously...

What’s the Best Location for Your Meeting?

Whether you are planning a large convention or a smaller meeting, one of the first decisions you will need to make is where to best host your program. A key component of that decision is addressing just how important accessibility is to that venue selection....

Associations & Intellectual Property Rights

"Society benefits when people have an incentive to invent and create," said Ken Kwartler, Esq., Ken Kwartler Law Office, NYSAE's October Luncheon speaker. A 25-year intellectual property specialist...

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New members save $50 when they join NYSAE in November and December

As an introduction to NYSAE, new members who join during November and December will not only benefit from all that NYSAE membership offers, but they will also save $50...

Observations and Predictions about China’s Emerging Nonprofit Sector

This summer, I was invited by Chinese officials to speak to 150 leaders in their emerging nonprofit sector about American-style philanthropy. I was heartened and inspired by their motivation to engage in individual giving—a concept that is relatively new and just starting to gain traction in China.

Member News

The Toy Industry Association (TIA) has promoted Paul Vitale to senior vice president, finance and operations, after serving for six years as vice
president, finance and administration.

Slice Out Hunger is an annual event run by pizza lovers for pizza lovers. This year's event happened on October 9 at St Anthony's Church in Soho. Doors opened at 6:00 p.m. and closed when the pizza ran out.

For the third consecutive year, Marriott International has been recognized as one of the World’s Best Multinational Workplaces by Great Place to Work®, the world’s largest annual study of workplace excellence. Ranked 7th out of 25,...

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Upcoming Events

November 26th
Professional Development Workshop Series
11:30AM — 1:00PM

December 12th
NYSAE Holiday
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5:00PM — 8:00PM

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