We’re excited to announce the launch of our new website that reflects our vision, values, and expertise. 

On this new site, you can take a look at our process and our proven methods that support mission-driven organizations in the tri-state area and beyond. How we work with clients is illustrated through our proven methodology, from Assess to Action to Improve – laid out better than ever. We elaborate on how we help build stronger organizations and communities through our service areas and the impact of our work. You can also take a look at some of our more recent client engagements and what our team does outside of Public Works.

We want to a give a big thanks to CBHstudio and Radish Lab for helping us tell our story through our fresh new website! Drop us a note, happy to hear what you think.

We are proud to announce that our Director of Client Services, Allison Quigney, has been selected as a 40 under 40 by NYN Media!
Every year, NYN Media selects 40 individuals under the age of 40 who have done tremendous work to advance nonprofits and will continue to make great strides in their career. Our team is so proud of Allison’s achievements, and we’re excited about all the work she’ll do in the future. Congratulations to all of the awardees!

Did you get to join us? Let’s talk performance management for workforce programs.
Celeste Frye, Doneliza Joaquin, and Basil Reyes, Director of Evaluation and Research at Cypress Hills LDC, talked about performance management strategies for workforce programs at this NYC Employment & Training Coalition’s Coalition Café. They shared their expert advice and best practices to cultivate employer relationships, set clients up for success, and tell the story of your organization’s impact to funders.

Know any skilled, civic-minded graduate students with policy, communications and program experience? 
We’re looking for a Project Coordinator/Graduate Student Intern to support our client work and business development activities. Please send candidates our way.

Power Panel: Can five CEOs determine how to best leverage NYC’s CDCs to reduce poverty?
At the Change Capital Fund (CCF) Forum, Smart Organizations/Strong Neighborhoods, on February 28, our CEO Celeste Frye facilitated a conversation with the CEOs of the CCF grantees: Cypress Hills Local Development Corporation, Fifth Avenue Committee, New Settlement Apartments, and St. Nick’s Alliance.
Read more in the Public Works IQ.

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