NACC Member Institution Profile
Baruch College, City University of New York - Center for Nonprofit Strategy and Management
Address: 1 Bernard Baruch Way, D-901, New York, NY 10010-5585
Description: Baruch College's Center for Nonprofit Strategy and Management is a national leader in analysis of the evolving nature of nonprofit organizations. Our location in New York City places us in the epicenter of the nation's most active nonprofit sector providing services locally and of the world's most important global advocacy and civil society organizations. As a senior campus of the City University of New York (CUNY), Baruch College traces its roots back more than 160 years to the Free Academy, the first municipally supported institution of higher education in the U.S. Now offering the Bachelor of Science in Public Affairs, Master of Public Administration, Executive Master of Public Administration, Master of Science in Higher Education Administration, and Master of Science in Education-K12 Educational Leadership degrees, the School of Public Affairs delivers top-tier public policy, education, and administration programs; displays dedication to civic service and community engagement; and follows the CUNY legacy of high-quality, affordable education.
Research Specialty: Nonprofit Executive Outlook and Disaster Response, Financial Health of Human Services Sector, Executive Education, Annual Consulting Day, Monthly Seminars for Practitioners
Subject Terms: Nonprofit Governance/Leadership/Management, History, International NGOs, Citizen Engagement, Immigrant-Serving Nonprofits, Government-Nonprofit Relations, Community Based Organizations, Organizational Network Analysis, Human Services Contracting, Resource Mobilization, Nonprofit Law, Social Enterprise
NACC Representative: Jack Krauskopf, M.P.A.
Representative Bio: James A. (Jack) Krauskopf is Distinguished Lecturer and Director of the Center for Nonprofit Strategy and Management in the School of Public Affairs, Baruch College (City University of New York), where he has been since 2004. After the September 11 attack in New York City, he was Chief Program Officer of the 9/11 United Services Group. Previously, he was Dean of the Milano Graduate School of Management and Urban Policy and Senior Vice President at The New School; Commissioner of the NYC Human Resources Administration during the Administration of Mayor Ed Koch; President of the Corporation for Supportive Housing; Senior Fellow at the Aspen Institute; Deputy Secretary of the Wisconsin Department of Health and Social Services; Deputy Director of the Cleveland Department of Human Resources and Economic Development; and Director of the Office of Newark Studies (Rutgers University). He serves on nonprofit boards and advisory groups. He has a B.A. in Government from Harvard College and an M.P.A. from the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs at Princeton University.