AJLIAssociation of Junior Leagues International Inc.
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Jonathan Rudes, senior vice president, and Erik Alberti, associate director of Winoker Realty Company, represented AJLI in both transactions.
In yet another demonstration of a Midtown tenant taking advantage of the economic incentive packages and relocating to downtown Manhattan, the AJLI has committed to a full-floor, totaling 10,877 s/f at 90 William Street.
The AJLI joins other prominent non-profit organizations at the property, including the Thurgood Marshall Scholarship Fund and the National Gay & Lesbian Taskforce.
"After an exhaustive search, we determined that 90 William Street represented the best value and opportunity in the market for AJLI," said Mr.
Mounting a national public-awareness campaign was a galvanizing force within AJLI, and it can be within your association, too.
For example, AJLI's decision to launch a public-awareness campaign for early childhood immunization was the logical out-growth of the Junior Leagues' 90-year commitment to improving services for children and families.
AJLI, for example, learned almost too late that some Junior Leagues had secured transit display space for the entire month of April and needed materials shipped out weeks earlier than the date planned by our creative agency.
Critical to AJLI's campaign was the advice and expertise of the health and medical communities.
Most often this devaluing comes in the form of surprise on the part of an individual or group that is startled to learn of the management sophistication at AJLI. I'll make a presentation on the association's strategic planning process or the cross-functional approach we take to organizing staff, and I'll be overwhelmed with comments like, "I had no idea you did this type of thing" or "This is not what I expected." These comments are sincere.
In 1977, says Fidler, an annual meeting delegate--a woman of color--questioned AJLI's declared mission: to represent and reflect the communities in which it had chapters.
According to Fidler, the groups AJLI concentrates on are racial, ethnic, and religious minorities.
(AJLI), New York City, explains that her group has had an informal staff diversity commitment for years, but the plan has not been institutionalized.