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Lee Sherman Named President & CEO
The National Human Services Assembly is excited to announce sector veteran Lee Sherman as its new President and CEO.
“Lee’s personal commitment to the human services sector, and his professional and volunteer experience, embrace all the qualifications needed to lead the National Assembly on its continuing path of excellence,” said Jatrice Martel Gaiter, NHSA board chair and executive vice president, external affairs for Volunteers of America.
Sherman currently serves as President and CEO of the Association of Jewish Family & Children’s Agencies (AJFCA), and he comes to the National Assembly with more than 25 years of executive-level experience in both the nonprofit and corporate sectors. He will begin his tenure in June of this year.
Reframing Human Services Tools
We are proud to showcase our reframing toolkit online!
Collaborating with our members, partners and funders, the Assembly’s National Reframing Initiative seeks to build public understanding of human services to encourage more vibrant civic participation and deepen support for effective programs. As part of this multi-year initiative, generously funded by the Kresge Foundation and Annie E. Casey Foundation, the Assembly engaged the FrameWorks Institute to develop an evidence-based strategy for reframing the work of the sector. We now have a robust set of tools available to equip our members and partners to integrate this new narrative into their advocacy, communications, and resource development strategies.
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Breaking the Cycle of Poverty: Two-Generation Solutions
The recent economic downturn has tremendously impacted communities and families in the United States, especially young families. There is a growing chorus of voices calling for new models and solutions that meet the needs of both young parents and their children collectively. Two-generation programming provides an important poverty reduction roadmap for young families, making service providers, policy makers, and government officials critical stakeholders in moving this strategy forward. We are pleased to release our policy report, Breaking the Cycle of Poverty in Young Families: Two-Generation Policy Recommendations, thanks to generous support from the Annie E. Casey Foundation and ASCEND at the Aspen Institute. Read the report >>
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Initiatives & collaborations
The National Reframing Human Services Initiative is a national initiative to create a new narrative for human services and to encourage more vibrant civic participation and deepen support for effective programs.
National Collaboration for Youth comprises National Assembly members with a special interest in youth development.
Retaining and Developing High Potential Talent
NHSA’s Retaining and Developing High Potential Talent toolkit offers best practices and mini‐cases from member organizations on what research indicates are the three most important areas you can invest in for retaining High Potentials: onboarding, employee mentoring and succession planning. test
Financial and Work Stability for Low Wage Workers
NHSA's Bridging the Gap: Financial and Work Stability for Low Wage Workers is a toolkit designed to help employers assist low-wage workers in increasing their financial stability through access to work supports.
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