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JMT Congratulates Clients Awarded NYN Media Front-Line Heroes

By Sam Murphy, JMT Marketing Associate

JMT Consulting Group would like to congratulate several of its client organizations on nurturing some of New York Nonprofit Media’s new Frontline Heroes. This is an exciting achievement for the individuals in these organizations, as they have exhibited the traits of the “Front-Line Hero”: commitment, leadership, innovation–true behind-the-scenes human service practitioners.

 

In short: these individuals are shining examples of how nonprofit work should be carried out.

 

Congratulations to:

Trequan Bekka, Assistant Director of Good Shepherd Services

John Castellano, Esq. Founder and Director of Mercy Advocacy Program

Barbara Hughes, Executive Chef at Project Renewal

Leslie Bobb, Director of Healthcare at The Children’s Village

Shyvonne M. Noboa LMSW, Director CARE of Sunnyside Community Services

 

JMT Consulting Group is elated to be involved with these organizations that help advocate change so gracefully.

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