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A blog for those interested in what affects, motivates and drives the New York City Nonprofit Sector — written by CRE’s crackerjack consulting team. We hope you use this space to share your thoughts, ask questions and engage in conversations about our city, social justice and the nonprofit sector.

Fran Barrett: We are Not Crooks!

 In her latest blog for the Huffington Post, CRE's Executive Director Fran Barrett details the many safeguards and regulations that ensure accountability in the nonprofit sector. While Senator Pedro Espada, Jr. is being investigated for laundering money from a Bronx healthcare clinic, Fran reminds readers that the vast majority of nonprofit leaders are hard-working and highly accountable.  Read more >>

Fran Barrett: Want to Create Jobs? Don't Forget Low-Hanging Fruit in Nonprofits

In her latest blog for the Huffington Post, Fran reflects on this week's State of the Union Address and President Obama's commitment to create new jobs in the coming year. Fran suggests that job creation can be achieved through investing in nonprofits and their employees.   Read more >>

Fran Barrett: Benefits of Working at a Nonprofit

Fran Barrett writes about why nonprofits and their employees should be included in the Healthcare reform debate at the Huffington Post! Read the full article Read more >>

Fran Barrett: Albany Fallout: Non-profits

Fran Barrett, Executive Director of CRE, blogged on the Huffington Post about how the meltdown in Albany affects nonprofits in New York.   Read more >>

Fran Barrett: Profiting from Nonprofits

Fran Barrett, Executive Director of CRE, has been published in the New York edition of the Huffington Post. In her first blog for the Huffington Post, Fran describes the diversity of the New York City nonprofit sector.    Read more >>

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