Boston, August 30, 2022 — TSNE has received a $125,000 one-year project grant from The Boston Foundation to fund an updated edition of Valuing Our Nonprofit Workforce, a regional nonprofit compensation survey, and two connected pieces of research: Leadership New England and Opportunity in Change.
TSNE is pleased to announce that our CEO, Elaine Ng, has been elected to her first term on the board of the National Council of Nonprofits, the largest network of nonprofits in North America. Elaine joins three other first-time board members — Sheila Bravo, President and CEO, Delaware Alliance for Nonprofit Advancement, Calvin J. Crosslin, Chief Diversity Officer, Lenovo, and President, Lenovo Foundation, and Caroline Altman Smith, Deputy Director, Education, The Kresge Foundation — as they lend their experience to championing, informing, and connecting organizations across the country.
TSNE is excited to announce Michael Ibrahim as our first Chief Program and Impact Officer. In this new role, Michael will guide the growth of TSNE’s programs and services for the nonprofit sector and build a platform of programs to meet the current and future needs of the sector in the years ahead with a focus on equity and excellence.
TSNE and NYU Metro Center partnered with four diverse fiscal sponsors from across the country to explore how they addressed these questions and to amplify their evolving work.
TSNE is pleased to announce the 22 leaders participating in our new Executive Directors of Color Capacity Support Pilot, a cohort-based pilot program for community-based nonprofit leaders of color in the Boston area.
TSNE, a $50 million organization that provides fiscal sponsorship and shared operational services, management consulting, and capacity building support to other nonprofits, is proud to name Noah Stockman as its new Chief Financial Officer (CFO).
TSNE is excited to share our latest collaboration with the Cambridge Redevelopment Authority, taking on the role of property manager for the historic 93-99 Bishop Allen Drive in Central Square.
Following a five-year partnership, TSNE officially transfers newly renovated building at 260 Washington Street to The Urban Guild [BOSTON, January 30, 2020] — TSNE is formally announcing the transfer of the property located at 260 Washington Street to the Urban Guild (The Guild). This transfer, effective on January 29, 2020, follows a five-year agreement between the two nonprofits to create a community asset that will serve the ongoing needs of the residents in the Bowdoin-Geneva and Four Corners neighborhoods of Boston.
In a Letter to the Editor published by The Boston Globe (August 15, 2019), Elaine Ng comments on the proposed 125 Lincoln St. development and its ill fit in advancing the identified needs of residents in the Chinatown and Leather District neighborhoods. Read the Post Dear Editors: