Visibility is key for the nonprofit sector on Long Island. This episode of CMM Live features two amazing women in nonprofit leadership to discuss mental healthcare, shutting down bullying, teaming up with the business community, and fighting for funding in the nonprofit sector. We first welcomed Amanda Talty, President & CEO of Tourette Association of America (TAA) who discussed destigmatizing Tourette and Tic disorders and how the “visibility factor” affects everything from diagnosis to education. Next, we have Karen Boorshtein, President & CEO of Family Service League (FSL), who discussed FSL’s commitment to being “Long Island’s Safety Net” and building on integrated healthcare to bring services and programs for our communities in need.
The Nonprofit Sector with Amanda Talty of Tourette Association of America and Karen Boorshtein of Family Service League
Posted: July 17th, 2018