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New York Asian Women's Center Inc

Rating: 3 stars   2 reviews 1,172

Nonprofit Issues:

Mental Health, Homeless & Housing, Human Services, Immigration


39 Bowery Box 375 New York NY 10002 USA


The New York Asian Women's Center strives to help battered Asian women overcome violence and govern their own lives, free of abuse. The Center also works to raise public awareness about domestic violence, advocate for the rights of battered women, and create an agenda for social change.

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Rating: 5 stars  

1 person found this review helpful

This domestic violence agent provided very professional services to me. I was very impressed. I needed to get help from other similar agents. New York Asian Women's Center showed more cares and provided more prompt responses. If you know anyone needs help, definitely recommend making the call.

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Rating: 1 stars  

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This organization goes through Directors of Finance and Directors of Administration like water. The Executive Director keeps a tight rein on information, especially bad news, that goes out to the board. The ED pressures finance to inflate revenue projections and bypasses HR and ignores hiring best practices. Worse is that the board when notified of such supports ED's churn of finance and administrators, until he finds one that will agree to crossing ethical reporting lines for him. Program directors are ignorant of budgeting and financial management of their programs and the Executive Director encourages these silos and does not understand the need for managers to be able to manage both simultaneously. ED does not understand how to read and interpret financial statements and fiscal control policy is weak by choice and manages by personality and politics, not performance; he rewards loyalty with pay raises in difficult economic times. There is a disconnect between programs, organizational and financial management and an underappreciation of the importance and efforts of effective financial and organizational management and resourceful, creative and impactful program management.

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encourage board governance training and good financial management training practices. Deficits are not good especially when information is available ahead of time to help avoid. Change fiscal year reporting and budgeting to avoid end of year operating deficit when funding does not come in as expected but already spent.

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