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GSB BREAKFAST NETWORKING SERIES: Board Relations & the Governance of Non-Profit Organizations

June 15, 8:00 AM - 10:00 AM

Join the GSB Club of New York�s Breakfast Series on Board Relations & the Governance of Non-Profit Organizations, with Philip Coltoff. Coltoff has been with The Children�s Aid Society since 1966. Learn more.


The City Bar Association Building
42 West 44th Street
New York, NY


Philip Coltoff
Special Advisor
Children's Aid Society


Members: $20
Non-Members: $20


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George Grace

Event Details

A leader and innovator in the field of social work and social services, Philip Coltoff has dedicated his career to improving the lives of those less fortunate, both within New York City and far beyond. Coltoff has been with The Children�s Aid Society since 1966, and led the agency beginning in 1981 as Executive Director and then Chief Executive Officer until October 2005. He continues to play a key role as Special Advisor.

Under Coltoff�s direction, The Children�s Aid Society, one of the largest and oldest voluntary, non-sectarian children�s services agencies in the nation, has become an agent of positive change in communities across New York City and the United States. The agency�s list of firsts under Coltoff�s leadership is long. CAS opened the first Head Start class in New York City, initiated drug prevention programs, its acclaimed adolescent pregnancy prevention program, mental health services for children, mediation services for troubled youth, services to homeless children in welfare hotels, mobile medical and dental services, medical foster care homes for chronically ill and disabled children, full service public community schools, comprehensive health care for children in school settings, and programs for vulnerable youth who need special support following September 11th.

Speaker Profiles

Philip Coltoff
Special Advisor, Children's Aid Society