Touro Graduate School of Business Hosts Exchange on Succeeding in the Not-for-Profit Sector

Date: April 25, 2013
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New York, N.Y. - Students and faculty from the Touro Graduate School of Business gathered recently for a stimulating exchange between David Marwell, Ph.D., director of the Museum of Jewish Heritage, and Interim Dean Sabra Brock, Ph.D., about succeeding in the not-for-profit sector.

Dr. Marwell talked about how he expanded the museum at its current location at the Battery, at the southern tip of Manhattan.  He illustrated how a career takes many unexpected turns, and the importance of resilience. Dr. Marwell characterized a successful leadership style in the not-for-profit sector as being able to connect with employees as individuals and help each one do his or her best job.  The Touro College Graduate School of Business offers an MBA program with a variety of specializations, and M.S. degrees in accounting, international business finance and human resource management.  For further information, please visit