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Nov / 29 / 2021
TSNE Introduces Our New Chief Program and Impact Officer Michael Ibrahim 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.
Feb / 22 / 2021
TSNE Releases Report on Reimagining Fiscal Sponsorship in Service of Equity 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.
Jan / 28 / 2021
Announcing the Leaders in Our Executive Directors of Color Capacity Support Pilot 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.
Oct / 16 / 2020
Noah Stockman Joins TSNE as Chief Financial Officer 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).
Aug / 20 / 2020
TSNE Takes on Property Management of Historic Cambridge Nonprofit Hub 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.
Jan / 30 / 2020
TSNE Transfers Valuable Community Asset to Dorchester-Based Nonprofit 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.
Aug / 16 / 2019
Planned high-rise is an ill fit for Chinatown, Leather District 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:
May / 9 / 2018
Q & A with Elaine Ng, the New CEO of TSNE Elaine Ng, a 25-year veteran of the nonprofit and education sectors, was appointed CEO of TSNE in May 2018. Elaine’s passion and commitment are for organizations that shift the paradigm of equity and access.
May / 3 / 2018
Elaine Ng Named Chief Executive Officer of TSNE As a 25-year veteran of the nonprofit and education sectors, Elaine Ng is appointed the new Chief Executive Officer of TSNE.
Oct / 27 / 2017
Building Movement to Bridge the Nonprofit Racial Leadership Gap After the release of its initial report, Opportunity in Change: Preparing Boston for Leader Transitions and New Models of Nonprofit Leadership which was co-authored with TSNE, the Boston Foundation's Nonprofit Effectiveness program hosted a forum with the Building Movement Project and a panel of local community leaders outlining the findings published in their new report Race to Lead.

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