All workshops are held at NPCC unless otherwise noted.
To see our full workshop calendar for 2018,  click here .
Wed., February 7, 2018
1:00pm - 2:00pm
Area of Excellence:
Human Resources

As of January 1, 2018, Paid Family Leave provides job-protected paid time off so an employee can bond with a newly born, adopted or fostered child; care for a family member with a serious health condition; or assist loved ones when a family member is deployed abroad on active military service. This webinar will provide an overview of Paid Family Leave, including who is eligible, how it is funded, what the benefits are, how employees apply, and what the employer's role is.

Key Takeaways:

- Learn how Paid Family Leave helps employees and employers.

- Learn how your employees apply for Paid Family Leave and understand your role in the process.

- Learn what your responsibilities are as an employer.

- Understand the similarities and differences between PFL and other leave policies.

- Learn about the resources available to you.

This webinar will be presented by Quinn Rapp-Ellis, attorney in the Office of General Counsel at the Workers' Compensation Board.
Thurs., February 8, 2018
1:00pm - 2:30pm
Area of Excellence:
Financial Management

The Form 990 is the foundation of the IRS's efforts to ensure tax compliance by nonprofit organizations. Openly available on the internet, the Form also has become a "go to" resource for funders and the press. Since it contains a mixture of financial reporting, tax compliance, and marketing elements, the Form can be particularly challenging to prepare and comprehend.

In this session, we'll explore the key elements of the Form 990. You'll leave with an understanding of the truly important components of the Form.

This webinar will be presented by Douglas Boedeker, CPA, CMA, Partner at Tate & Tryon CPAs and Consultants. Click here to register .
Tues., February 13, 2018
9:30am - 11:30am
Area of Excellence:
Human Resources; Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion

Interested in creating a comfortable work environment? Training your employees to identify inappropriate workplace behavior is the first and best way to prevent sexual harassment and discrimination, while establishing a safe and respectful work setting for all.

Key Takeaways:
- Recognizing what constitutes questionable or unwanted behavior
- Understanding management-level staff expectations
- Proper handling of reports of harassment or discrimination
- Implementation of policies and procedures for prevention

This workshop will be presented by Joseph C. O'Keefe, Partner at Proskauer. This workshop is co-sponsored by New York Lawyers for the Public Interest (NYLPI) and NPCC.
Wed., February 21, 2018
3:00pm - 5:00pm
Area of Excellence:
Human Resources

Through the review of the Great Volunteer Management System (GVMS) text, and participation in training, the training participant should be able to calculate the costs and benefits of their volunteer program, and gain a deeper understanding of how to use this information for internal and external audiences.

Key Takeaways:

- Understand how to calculate the costs and benefits of the current volunteer program

- Learn how to identify and quantify time spent on various aspects of the volunteer process

- Gain an understanding of how these figures can be used to promote and further the volunteer program, both internally and externally.

This workshop will be presented by Dabash Negash, Chief of Staff at NYC Service, Office of the Mayor .
Wed., February 28, 2018
9:30am - 11:30am
Area of Excellence:

Nonprofits often take a messianic view toward the arrival of new board members. They hope new arrivals will bring fresh energy, ideas, and networks to break the cycle of 'been there, done that' that can pervade meetings of long-standing boards of directors. How can we assure that our newest board members act as our allies for change, right from the start, raising the bar for board engagement instead of settling in at the lowest common denominator? At this workshop, we will share strategies for firing up new recruits, integrating them into the board team to make their enthusiasm willingness to take action infectious.

Key Takeaways:

- Ways to identify and recruit board members

- Strategies for firing up new board recruits and integrating them into the board team

- Laying the foundation for a successful board recruitment process


This workshop will be presented by Gregory Cohen, Associate Director of Cause Effective.
Wed., March 7, 2018
9:30am - 11:30am
Area of Excellence:
Human Resources

Studies indicate that once a year performance review isn't getting the best from the employee for the organization. The preferred method would be a continuous review that take place throughout the year on an ongoing basis. Although daunting, we will discuss small steps you can take to include near-term objective setting, regular one-on-ones or check-ins, coaching, and real-time feedback into your performance management system all while using online-based tools and aligning individual goals to organizational goals, values, and culture.

Key Takeaways:

- Learn how to start a performance management analysis process

- Have a road map of the areas that should be explored when revamping a performance management system

- Have a better understanding of how to align a performance management process with their organizational goals, values, and culture

This workshop will be presented by Diana Gallardo-Laska, Vice President of HR Services at Kiwi Partners Inc.
Tues., March 13, 2018
9:30am - 11:30am
Area of Excellence:  Results & Impact

Creating quality programs isn't easy. Outside influences, multiple stakeholders, tight timelines and budgets - it can be difficult to know where to start, let alone how stay on track. Enter the logic model. Because of its user-friendly template, the logic model helps articulate and draw connections between a program's resources, services and desired outcomes. While incredibly helpful for planning purposes, the completed model also serves as a snapshot of your program's various components-making it equally valuable for marketing and assessment.

Key Takeaways:

- An understanding of the logic model's components (needs, inputs, activities, outputs, outcomes)

- A user-friendly template you can use right away to make your planning (and ultimately your programs) more effective

-The ability to plan more results-focused programs

This workshop will be presented by Laurel Molloy, Founder and Lead Consultant, Innovations Quantified .
Thurs., March 15, 2018
9:30am - 11:30am
Area of Excellence:  Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion

The New York City Human Rights Law is one of the most protective anti-discrimination laws in the country. The guiding principle of the Working with Transgender Communities workshop is to combat discrimination based on gender identity, gender expression, and create awareness about treating all persons with dignity and respect. In the workshop, basic terminology is explained.

Key Takeaways:
- Understand key provisions of the NYC Human Rights Law that protect against discrimination based on gender, gender identity, and sexual orientation and the information and services the Commission provides.
- Better knowledge of terminology.
- How to create policies and best practices that comport with the NYC Human Rights Law, and environments that are inclusive and respectful.

This webinar will be presented by Quinn Rapp-Ellis, attorney in the Office of General Counsel at the Workers' Compensation Board.
Tues., March 20, 2018
9:30am - 11:30am
Area of Excellence: Communications

Intellectual property is a complex and dynamic area that affects nonprofits. the intellectual propoerty of a nonprofit can be one of its most significant assets, so securing it is critical. Common issues that arise include protecting names and logos, copyrights, patents, trademarks, publicity rights, social media and more.

Key Takeaways:

- Overview of major forms of intellectual property and licensing

- Gain an understanding of your nonprofit's rights and liabilities

- Practical tips for implementing rules, best practices, and protections for your entity

This workshop will be presented by Anthony M. Ramirez and Michael O. Chen, Associates from Morrison & Foerster LLP.
NY Lawmakers Introduce Bill to Restore State and Local Tax Deduction
Representatives  Nita Lowey (D-N.Y.) and  Pete King (R-N.Y.) are offering a bill to prevent many of their constituents from seeing their taxes go up. The new tax law caps the deduction at $10,000, which Lowey and King said is insufficient for many residents of their districts.  King said he expects his and Lowey's bill to get support from other lawmakers, though not enough to get the bill on the House floor. Click here to read more.
  • Related: In New York, Governor Cuomo has proposed state tax reform in response to the federal reform. State tax reform will also affect nonprofits. The New York State Department of Finance has published a preliminary report on the options New York can consider in state tax reform, and how the federal and state tax policy interact. NPCC is watching this tax reform closely and is prepared to advocate on behalf of our members.
Resources on the New Tax Law

The federal tax law will impact nonprofits' work significantly and is a pretty complex piece of legislation. The last overhaul of tax law was three decades ago. The National Council of Nonprofits has created a guide: "Resources on How the New Federal Tax Law Impacts Charitable Nonprofits." (Check back regularly, because new materials will be added and updated.) You can also listen to their national webinar hosted in January.

Federal News from our Friends at the National Council of Nonprofits:
  • Travel Expense Reimbursement: The IRS announced that the standard business mileage rate has increased to 54.5 cents per mile in 2018 (up from 53.5 cents per mile in 2017). Many nonprofits use this rate when reimbursing their employees for work-related driving. The volunteer mileage rate - the amount that's tax-deductible when volunteers drive on behalf of charitable nonprofits - remains statutorily set at 14 cents per mile and can only be changed by Congress. A provision in an earlier draft of the tax bill would have adjusted the volunteer rate to inflation, but the adjustment didn't make it into the final legislation.
  • DOL Guidance on Unpaid Interns: The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) announced that it is using a new seven-factor test to determine whether students and interns working for for-profit organizations are employees entitled to minimum wage under the Fair Labor Standards Act. This test, which favors employers more than the previous DOL test, looks at the "economic realities" of which party (the employer or the intern) is the primary beneficiary of the work relationship. Unlike for-profit businesses, 501(c)(3) nonprofits can use unpaid interns, but the new DOL guidance is applicable to some nonprofits that offer stipends or other payments to their interns that are below the federal minimum wage of $7.25 per hour.
  • Net Neutrality: Twenty-one states and the District of Columbia filed a protective petition for review of the order of the Federal Communications Commission to rollback net neutrality rules set by the previous Administration. The Attorneys General argued the repeal of the rules prohibiting Internet providers from slowing or blocking websites would be a violation of the Constitution and other federal laws. The filing represents another step in a long legal and political battle. Some argue that net neutrality is an issue of nonprofit concern because of the impact corporate decisions could have on advocacy engagement on such issues as civil rights and the Census 2020.
When Asking "What Did Your Last Employer Pay You" Can Get Your Nonprofit into Trouble - From Our Friends at Venable LLP
On October 31, 2017, the Salary History Law went into effect in New York City. The law forbids employers and their agents from (1) inquiring about or seeking information about a job applicant's prior salary or other compensation history, (2) relying on salary history as a factor in determining whether to hire an applicant, and (3) considering salary history in determining what salary to offer an applicant.  Venable LLP provides practical considerations and tips to avoid getting into trouble with hiring and recruitment.  Click here.
New Screening Process for Fiscal 2018 Grants
The Interior Department adopted a new screening process in December 2017 to issue grants that "align with the Secretary's priorities." For the discretionary grants it makes to outside groups, staff are instructed to ensure awards "promote the priorities" of Secretary Ryan Zinke and the Trump Administration.  Those include any award of at least $50,000 "to a non-profit organization that can legally engage in advocacy" or "to an institution of higher education." The Environmental Protection Agency instituted a similar system last year that  targeted federal grants to universities and nonprofit groups.   Click here to read more .
Apple Developer Program Waives Fees for Nonprofits
Apple announced in January that   membership fees   associated with its App Developer Program will be waived f or select publishers. Specifically, the new fee waivers are offered to "nonprofit organizations, accredited educational institutions, and government entities," says Apple. This change came about due to the uproar over Apple's new App Store policies, which banned template-based apps from the store. The move has drastically impacted small businesses, schools, nonprofits and other organizations from being able to effectively and affordably conduct business on the App Store.   Click here to read more .
New Benefit for NPCC Members from Nonstop
Self-insured health insurance products used to only be available to very large organizations. NPCC's new partner,   Nonstop Administration & Insurance Services (Nonstop), has boldly changed that with its partially self-insured health insurance program,  Nonstop Wellness. Designed for nonprofits with more than 50 employees on health benefits,  Nonstop Wellness reduces organizational premiums while eliminating employees' co-pays, deductibles and coinsurance. 

NPCC invites you to an upcoming webinar we're hosting with Nonstop on  Tuesday, February 6 at 11:00am Eastern. Please join the conversation to hear how Nonstop rejects the benefits industry status quo of rising employer costs and deteriorating benefits for employees. Click here to register.
Pathways to Excellence Workshops Begin Wednesday, February 14!
Gain practical, substantive knowledge and tools to improve and strengthen your organization's nonprofit management through the Pathways to Excellence Workshops. Focusing on Eight Key Areas of Nonprofit Excellence, the workshops - featuring winners and finalists of The New York Community Trust Nonprofit Excellence Awards over the past eleven years - cover topics from managing for results to fundraising to diversity, equity, and inclusion. Whether you've applied for the Awards in the past or just want to learn more, these workshops will give you strategies that work to achieve management excellence.
For more information on the Pathways to Excellence Workshops, click here.

We can't do our critical, transformative work unless we support and foster strength in the people doing that work - Addressing trauma and self-care strategies is a form of capacity building for your organization. Take advantage of this FREE series of workshops from NPCC and  Mental Health Association of New York City (MHA-NYC) this winter! You will be able to expand your resources and relationships across the sector to broaden your individual staff and organizational networks and support systems.  This series was offered in October 2017 and reached capacity before the first session. This is your opportunity to register and invest in your staff! These sessions are FREE for NPCC members and non-members with the support of the New York Community Trust ; registration is required.
For more information,  click here.
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New Safe Time Leave under the New York City Earned Sick Time Act
On November 6, 2017, Mayor de Blasio signed an amendment to the Earned Sick Time Act allowing employees to use paid sick leave for "safe time" for themselves or their family who "has been the victim of a family offense matter, sexual offense, stalking, or human trafficking." The law goes into effect May 5, 2018. Employers must provide notice to their New York City employees regarding the safe time law on or before June 4, 2018.
NEW REPORT: The Financial Health of the United States Nonprofit Sector
A new report by Oliver Wyman, SeaChange Capital Partners, and GuideStar examines the financial health of more than 200,000 nonprofits throughout the US. Findings include: 
  • 50% have less than one month of cash reserves
  • 30% have lost money over three years
  • 7-8% are technically insolvent
New Employment Law Provisions in Effect
In past e-newsletters, we've updated you about changes in laws that impact nonprofits. Here's a roundup summary:
Mayor's Office of Contract Services (MOCS) Updates
The Mayor's Office of Contract Services (MOCS) oversees New York City procurement and works with City agencies, vendors and community-based organizations to ensure that the contracting process is fair, efficient, transparent and cost-effective. Here are some updates on their work:
  • City Council Fiscal Year 2019 Discretionary Application - New York City Council's FY 2019 Discretionary Application is now online. Application deadline is Tuesday, February 20, 2018. Minimum award is $5,000.
  • Revised Appendix A - The Law Department has updated Appendix A of the Standard Contract. A key update is in Section 3.02 which provides automatic approval for all subcontracts that do not exceed $20,000. (Note: this does not apply to discretionary contracts.)
  • PASSPort Replaces VENDEX - New York City's digital Procurement and Sourcing Solutions Portal (PASSPort) has replaced the paper VENDEX process. MOCS encourages all providers to create an account and file their disclosures early. Nonprofits contracting with New York City can learn more by registering for PASSPort training sessions.
  • Advance/Recoupment Policies - Effective, July 1, 2017, the City provides at least a 25% advance across all registered human service contracts with recoupment during the last six months of the operating budget. Visit the Nonprofit Resiliency Committee web page for more information. (Note: NPCC chaired the Subcommittee of the Nonprofit Resiliency Committee that proposed and advocated for these policies.)
  • Digital Audits - All certified public accountants (CPAs) hired by City agencies, or auditors authorized by City agencies to conduct audits of human service contracts, must collect documents during the audit planning exclusively through the HHS Accelerator Document Vault. For instructions on how to upload and share documents within HHS Accelerator pursuant to the new digital audit policy, please watch MOCS' Digital Audit Policy Video.
New York Community Trust Leadership Fellows 2018 Cycle: Now Accepting Applications
The spring 2018 nomination cycle for The New York Community Trust Leadership Fellows is now open.  Nominations are open to current  mid-career  professionals of organizations that have received a grant within the last three years from The New York Community Trust, the Westchester Community Foundation, or the Long Island Community Foundation.  The Trust established this program in 2015 to provide high-quality professional development education for mid-career professionals of its grantee organizations. The deadline is Saturday, March 10. Click here for more information and to apply.
Brooklyn Community Foundation Announces $100,000 Spark Prize Winners
Brooklyn Community Foundation announced the winners of its coveted Spark Prize last month. Included in the group are NPCC Members Red Hook Initiative and Cave Canem Foundation. The $100,000 prize is awarded to Brooklyn organizations that make an impact in the borough's nonprofit sector. The winners will be honored at the celebration breakfast on February 8. Click here to read the full announcement.
Thursday, February 8, 2018 4:30pm - 7:30pm
Times Square, NY

Healthy student development is often hindered when a student has experienced neglect or trauma. The ability to reach students with a trauma-informed understanding is key to establishing a safe and effective learning environment. This workshop will use didactic and active means to explore the  basics of identifying  trauma, core concepts and definitions, and how to foster resilience in adolescents.  Participants will:
  • Discuss and identify specific examples of trauma and how they manifest in child and adolescent behavior
  • Define resilience and its role in adapting to life after trauma
  • Explain & experience how fun, play, and resiliency can be utilized in a strengths-based approach to working with adolescents with trauma histories.
Friday, February 9, 2018 4:30pm - 7:30pm (Part 1)
Saturday, February 10, 2018 10:00am - 4:00pm (Part 2)
Times Square, NY

In this mainly interactive workshop, participants will dive deeper into ENACT's understanding of the "Behavioral Costume" and how it explains bullying, social combat and aggressive behavior in children and adolescents. Using this perspective and illustrative guides, participants will learn how to identify, categorize, and alter bullying defenses and manifestations. Participants will:

  • Identify current bullying trends & terms
  • Distinguish aggressive behaviors and the potential underlying causes of behavioral manifestations
  • Dramatize interactions with children and adolescents in order to practice intervention and prevention skills.
Nonprofit Finance Fund
Deadline: Wed., February 21, 2018

Nonprofit Finance Fund (NFF) regularly takes the temperature of the US social sector by reaching out to thousands of nonprofits and social enterprises about their programmatic, financial, and operational issues, and analyzing the dynamics underlying their responses. The survey is a widely watched barometer of the health and challenges of US social-sector organizations and the communities nonprofits serve. It takes 20-30 minutes and can be completed any time between January 17 and February 21. Email survey@nff.org or visit  http://www.nff.org/survey to learn more.
GuideStar, CrowdRise
Wed., February 21, 2018  2:00pm Eastern

Presented by GuideStar and CrowdRise, this interactive webinar will help you learn how to streamline processes to maximize impact, diversify your fundraising portfolio, amplify your presence, and use tools to increase return.  Click here to register .
City and State NY
Thurs., February 22, 2018 9 :00am - 5:00pm
$75 - $115

City & State's 2018 Digital New York will convene New York's information leaders from government and industry for a day-long, dynamic program of candid discussion and thought-provoking presentations on the innovative ideas being used to improve the delivery of services to both citizens and government agencies. This session will be a discussion on what an organization needs for good data governance to enable data sharing, to ensure data security, to ensure data security, to use the right cloud service, and to maintain transparency.  Click here to register .
BBB of Metropolitan New York
Tues., February 27, 2018  8:00am - 12:00pm
55 Lexington Avenue at 24th Street, New York, NY

Dealing with Disruption  symposium will focus on how nonprofit leaders can cope with significant disruptions in our operating environment. Keynote speaker will be Teresa C. Younger, President and CEO of the Ms. Foundation for Women. The half-day program features two panel discussions:
  • Framing Leadership: moderated by Doug Bauer, Executive Director of The Clark Foundation
  • NextGen Philanthropy, moderated by Ronna D. Brown, President of Philanthropy New York
Click here to register.
Milbank Memorial Fund and AcademyHealth
Deadline: Tues., March 6, 2018

Throughout the US, states and local governments are taking innovative steps using data to improve the health of their communities. To draw attention to these efforts, the Milbank Memorial Fund and AcademyHealth are recognizing an individual, team, or project that has developed or used data in order to achieve measurable impact on:
  1. Health of their populations;
  2. Responsiveness, efficiency, and quality of public programs, and/or
  3. Overall performance of delivery systems in their state.
Click here for more information .
New York Nonprofit Media
Thurs., March 15, 2018 8:00am - 5:00pm
36 Battery Pl, New York, NY
$59 - $150

Fundraising is all about creating trust and building relationships that lead logically to donating, giving and other support. If you want to hone your direct response fundraising skills and stay apprised of the latest trends in nonprofit membership development. The 3rd annual Nonprofit FundCon will bring together fundraising and development executives from nonprofits across New York to discuss how to create a campaign and raise money.  Click here for more information .
Philanthropy New York
Deadline: Fri., March 16, 2018

Philanthropy New York, the regional association of grantmakers with global impact, is accepting applications for a two-year fellowship from candidates completing a masters-level or Ph.D. program in public policy, government, social work or related field of study OR recently graduated (May 2016 or more recent) from such a program.  The Philanthropy New York Public Policy Fellowship program aims to identify early-career professionals who will benefit from learning about and networking within the philanthropic sector. It is designed to increase our organizational capacity in issue-based organizing and government relations, but also to support our commitment to growing diversity, equity and inclusion in the philanthropic community.  Click here for more information .
The Field
Thurs., April 5, 2018 3:00pm - 5:00pm
135 West 36th Street, 15th Floor, New York, NY

Self-producing offers the opportunity to retain greater control over your work and essentially act as your own boss. It is a structure that puts a tremendous amount of freedom in the hands of creators, but with that freedom comes a ton of additional work and responsibility. The Field's Program Manager Wilfredo Hernandez has over ten years of self-producing experience to help you begin the planning process and assemble a basic strategy for getting your work out  into the world!  Free for Members of The Field and NPCC .
Click here to download
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- Debevoise & Plimpton
- Falconworks Artists Group
- Jericho Project
- Learning Leaders
- Hunts Point Alliance For Children
- Folsom Street East
- The Lexiebean Foundation
- International House
- National School Climate Center
- JJP House, Inc.
- Dynamic Youth Community
- Project Mentor Development Council Inc.
- St. Francis Friends of the Poor, Inc.
- Music Unboxed
- Dominican Republic Sports and Education Academy
Dynamic Benchmarking Performance Matters, Kaiser Insights LLC

An encouraging New Member Engagement Study released by Dynamic Benchmarking reports that, no matter the size of your organization's budget or staff, implementing a plan to welcome  new members to your association "significantly improves your organization's retention rates." Click here to download.
Movement Advancement Project (MAP)

The 2017 National LGBT Movement Report provides a comprehensive snapshot of the financial health of most of America's largest lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) social justice organizations. These organizations were categorized by MAP as focusing on broad LGBT advocacy, issue-specific advocacy, legal advocacy, or research and public education. Click here to download.

Applications for capital funding from the Office of the Manhattan Borough President are due February 20, 2018 and the awards will be announced in July 2018 (after the city budget is passed). For application documents, click here.
For more information, contact Vanessa Diaz- Lopez, Budget Director via e-mail or by calling 212-669-8300.

BRIC is now accepting applications for the Media Share Grant Program. Apply to win a free $6,000 to $10,000 in-kind grant toward learning how to create and use media. Media Share is a New York Emmy-nominated, in-kind grant program for Brooklyn- based or Brooklyn-affiliated nonprofit organizations. Click here for more information and to apply.
Do you need to rent a meeting, office or event space? Do you have space to rent? NPCC connects you through our Space Ads. These Ads are solely for 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations with office space available, those seeking space, or those with meeting or conference space for rent in the New York City area.

New York Nonprofits is a monthly publication of the Nonprofit Coordinating Committee of New York, Inc. (NPCC).
Editor: NPCC Communications Coordinator.  For information or questions about the enewsletter email  info@npccny.org .
NPCC was established in 1984 to help nonprofits meet common challenges and problems, to serve as a meeting ground, and to strengthen the nonprofit sector as a whole. NPCC has more than 1,750 members in the New York metropolitan area, ranging from all volunteer groups to major institutions.

Membership in NPCC provides a place where your voice is heard and adds to the collective voice of the nonprofit community.
Dues for 501(c)(3) nonprofits (that are not grantmakers) are based upon the organization's annual operating budget.
For more information email us at info@npccny.org.

Board Officers: 
Ian J. Benjamin, Chair
Vice Chair: Robert Acton
Treasurer: Charlene Laniewski
Secretary: Merble Reagon

Board Members: Victoria Bailey, Richard Burns, Esq., Greg Cohen, Diana Davenport, Leslie Goldman, Ronda Kotelchuck, Patricia Kozu, Antoinette La Belle, Larry Lee, Sheila Lewandowski, Roland Lewis, Carolyn McLaughlin,  Tuhina De O'Connor,  Karen Pearl, Emily Smith, Richard Souto, Sarah (BJ) Sung, Stephanie Thomas, Eileen Torres, Jo-Ann Yoo; Sharon Stapel, President ex officio
Michael Clark, President Emeritus |  Jonathan A. Small, Esq., President Emeritus |  Peter Swords, Esq., President Emeritus |  John E. Craig, Jr., Cha irman Emeritus

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