Diana Mao (MPA 2008) is the Co-Founder and President of Nomi Network, an organization that she first envisioned creating during her time at NYU Wagner.
When Ali Knight (MPA 2007) stepped into the role of CEO at Fresh Lifelines for Youth (FLY) in the summer of 2020, he was stepping into a leadership position during a time of momentous change.
Professor Patricia Satterstrom recognized by NYU Wagner with Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (EDI) research award
NYU Wagner has awarded Patricia Satterstrom, Assistant Professor of Management, its Equity Diversity, and Inclusion (
Study at NYU Wagner Finds Significant Health Care Impact Among Low-Wage Adults from NYC Paid Sick Leave Requirement
A new study by Dr Hansoo Koo and Sherry Glied published by JAMA has found strong evidence that paid sick leave in New
DEVELOPING AN INTRAPRENEURSHIP CAPACITY-BUILDING PROGRAM
The New York City Department of Citywide Administrative Services (DCAS) is a city agency that provides shared services to support the operations of NYC’s government. Although the agency has over 2,000 employees spanning 13 units and various internal and external facing functions, it lacks a formal mechanism to foster innovation and facilitate collaboration between units. DCAS’s Strategic Operations Office contracted a team to help build out the Intrapreneur Capacity Building Program, which was first launched in the summer of 2020 to provide training opportunities for employees and build a community of practice around innovation. The Capstone team conducted a literature review and case study analysis on intrapreneurship in the public sector, interviewed various DCAS employees, and developed and administered a survey. The team used its results from this analysis to produce a training curriculum and a toolkit of employee resources for the Intrapreneur Capacity Building Program.