As CEO of the AIDS services organization GMHC, Louie has overseen the addition of programs, the acquisition of a research organization, and a move to offices that he says will be more accessible to the 13,000 diverse clients the nonprofit serves annually.
Lichtman was honored for her work humanizing the homeless through her organization Knock Knock Give A Sock, which she started as a student at NYU Silver.
Scott, a human services executive with more than 24 years of experience, will oversee the Human Services department and its 31 employees who address many quality-of-life needs of DeKalb’s more than 700,000 citizens.
On the Financial Times' AlphaChat podcast, Tom Gordon, MSW '15, discussed how he went from being a successful trader on the New York Mercantile Exchange to deciding to pursue his MSW at NYU Silver to becoming a counselor working with young people at an addiction treatment center in upstate New York.
Alyssa Petersel and Lauren Knapp, both MSW '17, comprised one of 10 teams chosen for NYU Entrepreneurial Institute's 2017 Summer Launchpad Accelerator to help launch their wellbeing venture. More than halfway through the program, Petersel shared self-care advice for fellow entrepreneurs.
The City University of New York named Peter M. Cohen as interim president of Kingsborough Community College following the recent announcement that Farley Herzek, the president since 2014, is retiring.
Jama Shelton, MSW '04, was one of eight LGBTQ people across generations asked by the New York Times to reflect on HIV, marriage and other issues affecting the community.
SAVE your self-ie. A Brooklyn-based activist’s campaign against gentrification has inspired people across the world to post pictures of themselves in their changing neighborhoods.
The House of Lords Communications Committee has been hearing oral evidence in its inquiry into social media offenses.
Just days before the Oscars, Queens was home to its own awards ceremony. Top young professionals from around the borough shined at The Queens Courier’s 2014 Rising Stars Awards & Networking Event.
She's an artist, teacher-therapist and giver who donates all proceeds from the sale of her art to charity. She's the opposite of the "greed-is-good" poison.
Programming under NYC Probation Commissioner Vincent Schiraldi, MSW '83, Highlighted in The New York Times
One recent hot Friday evening, 15 young men and women on probation filed into an unfurnished room in a former school in central Harlem, awaiting some kind of news. Probation officers set up fans and passed out drinks and chips.
As the sun sets on a Saturday evening, downtown Manhattanites are just getting started on their plans for the evening — and so are their toddlers.
Read a New York Daily News Column Highlighting the Success of Talk Therapy TV (Founded by Jacob Berelowitz, MSW '09) and Its Need for Funding
By any measure Jacob Berelowitz’s show, “Talk Therapy TV,” is a runaway hit. Begun as a special in late 2009, the show went weekly by the summer of 2010 and is now seen on five local cable systems with a total potential viewership of over 1.6 million households and is in discussions to add a fifth in Albany.
Read about Jacob Berelowitz, MSW '09, and Talk Therapy TV's Newest Initiative to Spread Awareness of Mental Health Issues
A Queens duo is doing their part to make borough shoppers more savvy about mental health issues - one fact at a time. Jacob Berelowitz and Ralph Gonzalez - founders of public TV show "Talk Therapy Television" - have started printing mental health "Quick Facts" on the back of grocery store receipts at 10 grocery stores in Queens and Long Island.
"Talk Therapy Television" Hosts a Behavioral Health Recognition Month Celebration at the Intrepid Museum
"Talk Therapy Television" hosted a celebration of Behavioral Health Recognition Month in October at the Intrepid Sea, Air, and Space Museum. "Talk Therapy Television" was co-founded by Jacob Berelowitz, MSW '09, who serves as the program's host and executive director. Silver School Dean Lynn Videka was featured as one of the speakers at the October 9 event.
Jeannette DeJesús, MSW '95, the deputy commissioner of the Connecticut Department of Public Health and the special advisor to the governor on health care reform, discusses the impact of the new federal health care reform on Connecticut.
Watch her interview on NBC's Today Show and read an article that appeared in USA Today.