Speaker - Frances Kunreuther

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Frances Kunreuther co-directs the Building Movement Project which works to strengthen U.S. nonprofits as sites of civic engagement and social change. She is co-author of From the Ground Up: Grassroots Organizations Making Social Change (Cornell, 2006) and Working Across Generations: Defining the Future of Nonprofit Leadership (Jossey Bass, 2009). Frances is also a senior fellow at the Research Center for Leadership and Action at NYU and spent five years at the Hauser Center for Nonprofit Organizations at Harvard University. She headed the Hetrick-Martin Institute for LBGT youth, and was awarded a year-long Annie E. Casey Foundation fellowship in 1997 for this and her previous work. Kunreuther has been the recipient of numerous awards such as the Ms. Foundation’s Gloria Steinem Award (1996), and 1992 Mayoral Award for Leadership honoring Women’s History Month. Over the years, Frances has worked with homeless youth and families, undocumented immigrants, crime victims, battered women, and substance users.

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Service and Social Change: 5% Shifts to Integration

08.09.13 | 01:09:06 min | 0 comments