Media Center

Direct all media inquiries to Colleen Roche of LAK Public Relations, Inc., who can be reached via email or by phone at (212) 329-1413.

For more information about our monthly television program, Both Sides of the Bars, click here.

CATEGORY

ALL PRESS

  • August 28, 2019 The New York Jewish Week
    A Family’s Fortune: Tearing Out The Hate

    “Both of my parents had the capacity to remember both the worst and the best of their experiences in the Holocaust. I got that deep optimism from them. It’s about looking at a human being and seeing that spark there, no matter what their background is. Not giving up on people and giving them the chance to recreate themselves over and over no matter what they’ve done.”— JoAnne Page, President & CEO, The Fortune Society

    READ MORE
  • August 20, 2019 Queens Patch
    Fortune Society Strengthens Executive Team with Key Appointments

    Fortune is excited to welcome two new members of its executive team. Lou Miceli, an entrepreneur and seasoned leader in youth and workforce development, joins as Chief Operating Officer. Donald Powell, a former Fortune employee, returns as Associate Vice President of Development and Communications as a seasoned fundraiser with decades of experience.

    READ MORE
  • August 20, 2019 The Fortune Society
    Fortune Society Strengthens Executive Team With Two Key Appointments

    “Fortune is proud to welcome Lou and Donald to our executive team. Their diverse and impressive backgrounds, insights and perspectives, as well as their decades of experience serving vulnerable populations, will enhance our ability to serve people with justice involvement." Read more about two new members of Fortune's team.

    READ MORE
  • August 06, 2019 The Wall Street Journal
    NYC launches health initiative to help those involved in the criminal-justice system

    Fortune’s Director of Health Policy, Micaela Linder, and several Fortune participants shared their expertise to inform the NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene's new initiative. Learn more, now on The Wall Street Journal.

    READ MORE
  • August 05, 2019 Queens Daily Eagle
    Young adults in city jails miss half of their mental health appointments

    Mental health treatment is vital for individuals with justice involvement. Young adults incarcerated in New York City, however, are marked as having completed just 54% of their scheduled mental health treatment appointments by December 2018. Read from Fortune Executive Vice President Stanley Richards and others regarding why this may be occurring and what should be done about it. 

    READ MORE
  1. 1
  2. 2
  3. 3
  4. 4
  5. 48
NEED SERVICES?
Learn how Fortune Society can help you