|2020 Vision Fund||Abingdon Theatre||Advocates for Children||African Medical Relief Fund||After School Rocks||Aging in New York|
|Agora Partnerships||Aids Service Center||Alderman Foundation||ALIMA||Alliance of Resident Theatres||Alzheimer's Association|
|Alzheimer's Drug Discovery Foundation||Amber Charter School of Harlem||American Ballet Theatre||American Composers Orchestra||American Federation for the Arts||American Folk Art Museum|
|American Friends of the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra||American Red Cross||Americans for Informed Democracy||Animation Project||Arbor Brothers||Ariva|
|Artadia||Artists Striving to End Poverty||Arts Connection||Arts to Grow||Asphalt Green||Associated Blind|
|Astoria Music||Authors Guild||AVODAH||Battered Women's Resource Center||Behind the Book||Billion Oyster Project|
|Bloomingdale School of Music||Blue Engine||Books for Kids||Bottom Line||Bottomless Closet||Breakthrough New York|
|Breast Treatmaent Task Force||BRIC Arts | Media | Bklyn||Bridge||Bronx Charter School for Better Learning||Bronx Charter School for Children||Bronx Charter School for the Arts|
|Bronx Children's Museum||Bronx House||Bronx Museum||Bronx Works||Brooklyn Ballet||Brooklyn Bar Association Volunteer Lawyers Project|
|Brooklyn Children's Museum||Brooklyn Prospect Charter School||Brooklyn Queens Conservatory of Music||Brooklyn Steppers||Bruce Museum||Bubble|
|BUILD||Bushwick Starr||Business Center for New Americans||CAMBA||Canarsie JCC||Cancer Support Center|
|CAP 21||Carter Burden Center for the Aging||Casa ALI||Catalysta||Catholic Guardian Society||CDI|
|Cent$ Ability||Center for Family Representation||Center for Urban Community Services||Chamber Dance||Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center||Chef's Collaborative|
|Chess in the Schools||Child Care Inc.||Children of Abraham||Citizens Committee for Children||Citizens Scholarship Foundation of America||City Kids|
|Classroom Inc.||College for Every Student||College Spring||Collegiate Chorale||Common Cents||Common Denominator|
|Community Health Network||Community Roots Charter School||Compass Charter School||Concrete Safaris||Cooke Center||Cool Culture|
|CourseWorld||Cypress Hills||Cyrano Project||Dance Films Association||Dance Theatre Workshop||Day One|
|De La Salle Academy||Doctors for Healthy Communities||Dyckman House||Earth Day Network||East Side House||Edible Schoolyard|
|Education and Industry Partnership||Education Through Music||Educational Video Center||Educators for Social Responsibility||Environmental Advocates of New York||Environmental Law Institute|
|Episcopal Social Services||Ethical Community Charter School Foundation||Everybody Wins||Explore Charter School||Eye to Eye National||Face to Face|
|Family Justice||Figure Skating in Harlem||Food Fight||Footsteps||Forestdale||Fountain House|
|Fractured Atlas||Fresh Youth Initiative||Friends and Relatives of the Institutionalized Aged||Friends of the Children of New York||Future Leaders Charter School||Futures and Options|
|Generation Citizen||Gift of Adoption||Gilda's Club||Girls Debate League||Girls Inc||Girls Learn|
|Girls Quest||Gita for the Masses||Global Action Project||Global Autism Project||Global Glimpse||Global Partnership for Afghanistan|
|Good Dog Foundation||Good Profit||Good Shepherd Services||Good Shepherd Volunteers||Grace Institute||Grace Outreach|
|Grand Street Settlement||Greater Jamaica Development Corporation||Greenwich House||Groove with Me||Handcrafting Justice||Harlem Children's Storefront|
|Harlem Educational Activities Fund||Harlem Link Charter School||Harlem RBI||Harmony Program||Health Equity Initiative||Hearts Home|
|Heartsong||Helene Fuld College of Nursing||Help us Adopt||Historic Housing Trust||HT Dance Center||Hudson Guild|
|Human Impacts Institute||Hunter College||India Home||INFORM||Insaan||Institute for Community Living|
|Institute for Student Achievement||Institute of Classical Architecture and Classical America||Interschool Orchestras||Into the Outside||Inwood Academy Charter School||Jamaica Center for Arts & Learning|
|JASA||JazzReach||Jeremy's Heroes||Jewish Opportunities Institute||John Jay||Joy2Learn|
|Jumpstart||Katonah Museum of Art||Kaufman Center||Kennedy Child Center||KIPP Star Charter School||LAUNCH Expeditionary Schools|
|Leadership Prep Charter School||Leake & Watts||Learning through an Expanded Arts Program, Inc (LeAp)||Legal Action Center||Legal Information for Families Today||Lenox Hill Neighborhood House|
|Leukemia Lymphoma Society||Lincoln Square Neighborhood Center||Literacy Inc||Literary Trust||Little Orchestra Society||LitWorld|
|Lower East Side Family Union||Lower East Side Tenement Museum||Lower Manhattan Cultural Council||Magic Box||Mali Nyeta||MATA Festival|
|Maura Clarke-Ita Ford Center||MCC Theatre||McCarton Center for Learning||Mentor Foundation||Metro International||Midori and Friends|
|Miracle House||Mission Restore||Momenta Art||Morbid Anatomy Museum of Brooklyn||Moshulu Montefiore Community Center||Music for Autism|
|National Academy of Design||National Cancer||National Center for Learning Disabilities||National School Climate Center||Natural Areas Conservancy||NetAid|
|New Generation (Proposed) Charter School||New Heights Academy Charter School||New York City Urban Debate League||New York Foundation for the Arts||New York Immigration Coalition||New York Needs You|
|New York Sun Works||NHP Foundation||Northern Manhattan Improvement Corporation||NY Association for New Americans||NY Chinese Cultural Center||NY Foundation for the Arts|
|NY Landmarks Conservancy||NY Organ Donor||NY Theatre Ballet||NY Youth at Risk||NY Youth Symphony||NY/NJ Baykeeper|
|NYC Outward Bound||Olana Partnership||Out2Play||Parent Child Home Program||ParentJobNet||Parents in Action|
|Partnership for Inner City Education||Per Scholas||Peter Alderman Foundation||Pew Center for Global Climate Change||Play Co.||Professional Childrens School|
|Project Enterprise||Project Explorer||Project HEAL: Help to Eat, Accept and Live||Project Pact||Prospect Park Alliance||Prospect Theatre|
|Public Policy Lab||Public Prep||Quality Services for the Autism Community||Reach Out & Read||Reach the World||Read Alliance|
|Reading Partners||Readworks||Rebecca Kelley Ballet||Red Hook Initiative||Reelworks||Reese School|
|Renaissance Youth Center||Replications||Rescuing Leftover Cuisine||Resilience Advocacy Program||Resources for Children w/ Special Needs||Right Rides|
|Rising Ground||Riverdale Neighborhood House||Rocking the Boat||Royal Oak Foundation||Sadie Nash||Save Ellis Island|
|SAYA||SCO Family of Services||Service Program for Older People||Services for the Underserved||Shakespeare's Globe||Sheltering Arms|
|Shine Global||Society Venture Partner||Soho Rep Theatre||South Bronx United||Southeast Bronx Neighborhood Center||Stanley Isaacs Neighborhood Center|
|Start Small Think Big||STRIVE||Student Partners Worldwide||Summer Search Foundation||Sunnyside Community Services||Sweat Equity Enterprises|
|Symphony Space||TaDa Theatre||Teachers Network||Teaching Matters||TEAM Academy Charter School||Teens for Food Justice|
|The After School Corporation||The Bridge||The Toby Project||Theatreworks||Third Street Music School||Time In|
|Toby Project||Top Honors||Town Hall||Trail Blazers||Trestle Gallery||Trust for Public Land|
|Ubran Educational Exchange||Union Settlement Association||United Neighborhood Houses of NY||United Neighbors of East Manhattan||University Settlement House||unleashed|
|Urban Assembly School||Urban Pathways||Urban Teaching Corps||USDAN||Vanderbilt YMCA||Violence Intervention Program|
|Visiting Nurse Service of New York||Volunteers of America||WaterAid||West Side Y||Weston United||Wildcat|
|Wingspan Arts||Women's Housing and Economic Development Corporation||Woodlawn Cemetery||Workshop in Business Opportunities||World of Money||YAI|
|Yonkers Initiative||Young Life||Youth Advocacy Center||Youth Represent||YWCA|
Unlike matching services that are paid by companies to place their employees on a board, we were the client with BoardAssist. I really valued that BoardAssist was a nonprofit themselves with their top priority being to address our needs. Their 20 plus years of board matching experience helps them identify candidates who will fit well, become leaders and truly engage, as our fantastic placements have. The proof: the majority of our current Executive Committee came through BoardAssist including our board chair.
On behalf of the Board of NSCC, I just wanted to thank you for the Trustees that you have given us. They always fulfill their financial commitments and have been consistently superior in terms of balance, wisdom, and involvement. I can honestly say your work has allowed us to fulfill our mission and help all the children, parents and educators that need our services so badly.
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Our BoardAssist candidates have been amazing additions to our Board of Directors. They bring enthusiasm and dedication to our agency and believe in our mission. BoardAssist is a very needed service and the screening and assurance you provide are extremely helpful to a busy executive and Board. In these tough and competitive times, it is wonderful to know that we have a resource to turn to in our efforts to recruit board members with the ‘time, talent and treasure’ we need.
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In every case, you hit the ball out of the park, identifying individuals who are just the right fit for us. Another aspect of working with you that has so impressed me is that you have made this whole process easy. I know from 15 years of experience that Board recruitment can be and often is a time consuming, messy process, with lots of wild goose chases and dead-end streets. But you somehow managed to do it with a minimum of fuss and bother, putting us in contact only with individuals who you knew you suit us.
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Bringing a BoardAssist candidate onto our board was particularly efficient thanks to your careful and intelligent understanding of Wildcat’s board requirements, as well as your hands on approach during the entire process. We are extremely grateful to you. You are providing a unique, valuable service to New York’s non-profit sector. I look forward to working with you on this for many years to come.
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