Lilliam Barrios-Paoli, decades long leader in the top ranks of NYC government and the nonprofit sector, and Wayne Ho, President & CEO, Chinese-American Planning Council, in conversation with Travis Terry, President of Capalino.
The social services industry in NYC is a multi-billion dollar industry with huge economic impact. It employs hundreds of thousands of people and has billions of dollars in contracts. Nonprofits are an integral part of the city. Join Travis Terry, Capalino President, and Lilliam Barrios-Paoli, a decades-long leader in the top ranks of NYC government and the non-profit sector, for an insightful discussion about revolutionizing and modernizing the social services sector.
We’ll explore how to build collaboration between government, nonprofits and the private sector to make NYC run better and spearhead an inclusive recovery. Lilliam will also explain to business leaders what it’s like to lead government in NYC, so the business community can understand NYC government’s day to day operations and what it takes to influence government officials to make decisions.
• What is the important role of social services agencies, how are they beneficial for business, and what does the future of social service agencies look like?
• Redefining the relationship between the social service sector, business and government: What is the real cost of service, how can we bridge the gap in actual payments, and how to reimagine that workforce as part of the service delivery system – an actual partner not a contractor.
• What is the role of the business community, and how can non-profit Board members improve social services functioning and delivery?
• What should the next NYC government’s priorities be? Newly elected officials will inherit an incredibly difficult situation, forced to make choices among the social service sector, policing, economic growth, health issues, and more.