Panelists from the not-for-profit sector, real estate industry, and legal profession will explore themes illustrating how not-for-profit executives, staff, and board members can collaborate in addressing real estate and space needs in achieving their organizations’ core objectives at the annual Rooftops Conference NYC at New York Law School. Panels for the 2015 conference include: The Trades Talk; Incorporating Sustainability in Not-for-Profit Spaces; In Site: Occupancy Strategies in a (Relentlessly) Upward Real Estate Market; A Funding Toolbox for Physical Space Projects; and Communicating Through and About Your Space.
The conference, now in its fifth year, will be moderated by James Hagy, Distinguished Adjunct Professor and Director of The Rooftops Project, New York Law School.
Registration includes a full-day program, continental breakfast, lunch and afternoon reception. More information about this and other Rooftops Project programming can be found by visiting www.nyls.edu/rooftops.
Admission is free for not-for-profit executives, staff and board members and government officials and employees. General registration for all other professionals is $95.