Henry Goldstein

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"Henry (Hank) Goldstein joined Oram in 1964 as an account executive following nearly a decade as public relations and fundraising executive in United Way organizations...

"He is presently adjunct professor of philanthropic management Milano Graduate School of Management at New School University in New York.

"Hank is former Chairman, and past President of the National Society of Fund Raising Executives, Inc. (now AFP — Association of Fundraising Professionals), and he is also a past president of the association's New York Chapter...

"He is a director of Giving Institute and past chairman of Giving USA Foundation. Hank is an emeritus trustee of Berkshire Theatre Festival, trustee of PICO National Network, treasurer of Jazzmobile and president of Women's Prison Association. He is a member of the National Scholarship Awards Committee of the Jackie Robinson Foundation. He also was a trustee of Soho Repertory Theater, and a governor of the National Arts Club.

"He is co-author of Dear Friend: Mastering the Art of Direct Mail Fund Raising and speaks and writes widely on philanthropic issues. His lively column, Against the Grain, ran for three years in NonProfit Times, and he has written numerous essays for The Chronicle of Philanthropy. In 2006 he published So You Want to Be a Consultant! available at nominal cost from AFP."[1]

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  1. About, Oram, accessed September 21, 2011.