The Rooftops Conference 2011, held at New York Law School on May 20, 2011, was the Center's first symposium focused on the role of real estate occupied by not-for-profit organizations in connection with their charitable purposes. The conference was part of our continuing work through The Rooftops Project. Our goal is to provide a forum for meaningful dialogue, research and the exchange of ideas among not-for-profit and real estate industry professionals about the role of real estate (owned, leased or hosted space) in the operational and financial performance of not-for-profit organizations of all sizes and mission types.
We were extremely fortunate to have a wonderful range of panelists and speakers from the not-for-profit sector, the real estate industry, the professions, academics, and government. You can review the agenda of topics and the biographies of our panelists and speakers by CLICKING HERE.
You can now download in audio format panel discussions from the 2011 conference CLICKING HERE.
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