October Monthly Luncheon Gallery

Click image to enlargeJason LilienLester Shafran, Executive Director of the Independent Payphone Association and Chair of NYSAE, welcomes October luncheon attendees.
Click image to enlargeJason LilienJudy Sanford-Guise, CAE, a member of NYSAE’s Membership Committee, talks about a special two-for-one membership offer, available for a limited time.
Click image to enlargeJason LilienJason Lilien, Partner, Zuckerman Spaeder LLP discusses the key points of the Nonprofit Revitalization Act.
Click image to enlargeJason LilienJason Lilien (third from left), principal author of the New York State’s Nonprofit Revitalization Act, discussed the impact of the Act on the state’s nonprofit community at the New York Society of Association Executives (NYSAE) October luncheon meeting. As former Bureau Chief of the New York State Attorney General's Charities Bureau, he oversaw New York's more than 100,000 nonprofit organizations and developed legislation and regulatory initiatives that serve as national models; Lilien is now a partner with Zuckerman Spaeder LLP. Also pictured (left to right): Robert Lehrman, Special Counsel, The Hundred Year Association, and Chair of NYSAE’s Public Affairs Committee; Lester Shafran, Executive Director, Independent Payphone Association and NYSAE Chairman of the Board; Lilien; Claire Rosenzweig, CAE, President & CEO, Better Business Bureau of Metropolitan New York; Joseph Benincasa, President & CEO, The Actors’ Fund; and Joel A. Dolci, CAE, President and CEO, NYSAE. Both Benincasa and Rosenzweig served on the New York State Attorney General’s Committee on Nonprofit Revitalization, a group of 32 leaders of nonprofit organizations who made recommendations regarding the Nonprofit Revitalization Act.