National Human Services Assembly
general news

New NHSA Executive Officers Announced

June 23, 2022

We are proud to present the newly elected slate of Executive Officers of the Board of Directors of the National Human Services Assembly, who will serve for a two-year term. See our complete list of board members. Chair: Darlyne Bailey, Bryn Mawr College Co-Vice Chairs: Monisha Kapila, ProInspire and Mala Thakur, MDC Secretary: Denise Harlow, National Community Action […]

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Initiatives news

Chronicle Quotes Valentine in “The Nonprofit Hiring Crisis”

June 7, 2022

Victor Valentine, NHSA Executive Director, was quoted in The Chronicle of Philanthropy article titled, “The Nonprofit Hiring Crisis.” The article examines the nonprofit workforce issue across the country and hones in on some key issues for the human service sector. Excerpt: “Health and human-service groups have always had a hard time recruiting people for low-paying […]

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Collaboration news

2021 Annual Meeting Highlights

August 31, 2021

On Monday, August 23, we held our 2021 Annual Meeting virtually hosted by Board Chair Jeff Fleischer (CEO of Youth Advocate Programs, Inc.) and National Assembly Executive Director Victor Valentine. The well attended webinar also featured opening remarks from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Secretary Xavier Becerra. HIGHLIGHTS The meeting had a […]

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Initiatives news

Juvenile Justice is Key to Racial Equity

March 17, 2021

Read the latest from the National Assembly in “Diverting Youth From Justice Systems Is Key to Racial Equity,” an article published in the Juvenile Justice Information Exchange and co-authored by National Assembly Board Members Jeff Fleischer (Youth Advocate Programs) and Adolph Falcón (Alliance for Hispanic Health). The article cites a recent Annie E. Casey Foundation […]

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public-policy news

SPECIAL REQUEST: Your Help Needed with Voting Today at 2 PM EDT

March 18, 2020

Starting at 2:00 PM EDT today, the Senate will be voting on two amendments on the House-passed Families First Coronavirus Response Act, which would dramatically alter the paid family leave provisions in the legislation. The first amendment, introduced by Senators Patty Murray (D-WA) & Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY), would close the paid family and medical leave […]

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