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Social justice, management best practices, and engagement with real clients are emphasized in this professional graduate program for leaders of the global nonprofit sector. Click here to find out more.

Nonprofit Management Alumna Erika Nonken Applies Philosophy Background to Consultancy Work

172363_583768261620_3280707_oErika Nonken graduated from the Nonprofit Management program in May 2013. Since graduating she has been engaged in nonprofit consultancy work through her business Reimagine Consulting, working with organizations on a variety of aspects of their work, including leadership, governance, fundraising and marketing/branding.  







Milano Welcomes Scholar-in-Residence Frank J. Omowale Satterwhite

OmowaleWe are pleased to announce that Frank J. Omowale Satterwhite has joined the Milano School of International Affairs, Management, and Urban Policy as a Scholar-in-Residence.

Omowale is an acclaimed community-building specialist with more than 30 years of experience providing technical support and building capacity for social change in communities of color as well as other underserved communities. He now serves as president of Leadership Incorporated, a non-profit firm that provides capacity-building services in communities across the nation. He has provided technical assistance to more than 1,200 organizations in 43 states during his career. Omowale’s previous experience includes serving on the faculty of Oberlin College where he developed the first African-American studies program and as President of Applied Management and Organizational Services.

Omowale has a Ph.D. from Stanford University, an MA from Southern Illinois University and a BA from Howard University. He has also received numerous awards for his vast professional and public service, including a Kellogg Foundation National Fellowship, and other awards and community service awards from the National Council of Negro Women, Peninsula Community Foundation and KQED Television.

Please join us in welcoming Omowale to Milano. His office is located in room 605 at 72 5th Ave.



Alumni in the News: Jenny Rejeske quoted in the New York Times

Alumna Jenny Rejeske was recently quoted in the New York Times. In response to the Obama administration’s announcement that it planned to terminate health insurance for 115,000 people on Oct. 1 because they had failed to prove that they were United States citizens or legal immigrants eligible for coverage under the Affordable Care Act, Jenny said, “It is unduly harsh to terminate coverage while there are still technical problems with the federal system for verifying citizenship and immigration status. And there has not been adequate notice to people who speak languages other than English and Spanish.”

Jenny graduated from the Nonprofit Management program in 2008. She currently works as a health policy analyst at the National Immigration Law Center.



Alumna Alice Wu Continues Work Toward Social Justice for Women and Girls

Alice WuAlice Wu is a human rights activist and an alumna of the Milano School of International Affairs, Management and Urban Policy. Recently she was featured in an interview where she discussed her committment to social justice for women and girls, how she came to this work and the direction she hopes to take her career.

Click here to see the full interview.



Honoring the Legacy of Professor Antonin Wagner

A Wagner at Podium

Visiting Professor Antonin Wagner will retire at the end of the 2014 academic year, leaving behind a noteworthy legacy of scholarship and teaching during his 15 years at the Milano School of International Affairs, Management, and Urban Policy. The impact of his contribution will be felt for many years to come at The New School and in the lives of his colleagues and students. Professor Wagner is known for his incredible acumen, his passion for learning, and for his humility.

On May 13, 2014, Antonin Wagner delivered his farewell talk to students, alumni, faculty, staff, and friends gathered in the Orozco Room at The New School for Public Engagement. In his talk Professor Wagner explores the symbolic importance of the murals: “Creative Man replicates in concentrated form our university’s legacy and in this respect provides to all of us affiliated with this institution guidelines for our journey towards a more just and a more peaceful society”.  You can read the full text of the lecture below.