Jaffe Management’s clients include both trade and professional associations from a variety industries including: financial, technology, mental health, engineering, media, and the arts. While each organization’s mission is quite unique, many of the strategies and techniques we use to make each of them succeed are quite similar. Our clients also range in size and scope and include 501c(6) professional associations, 501c(4) advocacy organizations & 501c(3) charitable organizations. To find out more about the clients we work with and what kind of services we provide, please contact us.
Our Current Clients
The American Society of Interior Designers New York Metro Chapter is the premiere professional association of interior designers in the NY Metropolitan area. The abiding mission of the Chapter is to elevate and strengthen the professional practice of Interior Design in the NY Metropolitan region. Through educational outreach, support of vital legislation, and programming for their membership and public, ASID NY Metro enhances the visibility and credibility of the ASID brand, helps their members grow, strengthen their businesses, and serve their communities.
Children's Media Association (CMA) is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization of women and men who are committed to creating and distributing thoughtful, entertaining media to children and young adults. CMA produces educational events, promotes professional development, and inspires our members to lead, innovate, and shape the future of children's media.
The Eating Disorders Coalition for Research, Policy, and Action (EDC) has a mission to advance the federal recognition of eating disorders as a public health priority. Eating disorders, defined as anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, binge eating disorder, and eating disorders not otherwise specified (EDNOS) are a growing public health threat facing our nation with an estimated 11 million Americans suffering from eating disorders today. However, many insurance companies do not cover appropriate and adequate care for eating disorders which limits access to the treatment necessary for recovery. In addition, there is little federal attention to eating disorders policy which hampers the understanding, awareness, and prevention of eating disorders at a national level. Thus, the Eating Disorders Coalition for Research, Policy & Action is working with Congress and the executive through education, raising public awareness, and direct and grassroots advocacy.
The Global Citizens Association's (GCA) goal is to help its members pursue episodes of international living that increase cross-cultural understanding and tolerance. With their interest in diversity and their desire for knowledge, our members pursue world travel and develop an abiding understanding of and respect for the world's peoples.
The International Association of Financial Engineers (IAFE) is the not-for-profit, professional society dedicated to fostering the profession of quantitative finance by providing platforms to discuss cutting-edge and pivotal issues in the field. Founded in 1992, the IAFE is composed of individual academics and practitioners from banks, broker dealers, hedge funds, pension funds, asset managers, technology firms, regulators, accounting, consulting and law firms, and universities across the globe.
Through frank discussions of current policy issues, sponsoring programs to educate the financial community and recognizing the outstanding achievements in the field, the IAFE acts as a beacon for the development of quantitative finance. Throughout its history, the IAFE´s pre-eminent leadership has positioned us to respond with savvy to the evolving needs of the financial engineering community. The IAFE´s programs - from our area-specific committees to our monthly panel discussions to the Financial Engineer of the Year Award - are designed to provide our membership with uniquely valuable activities to enhance their work in the field and opportunities to network and socialize with their colleagues.
Inside Broadway is a is a 501(c) 3 nonprofit New York City based children’s theatre company committed to producing Broadway’s classic musicals in a contemporary light for young audiences. Our aim is to pass down the rich legacy of America’s musical theater to future generations so that the magic, music, and universal themes of the genre are not lost, but rediscovered and made relevant for today’s youth. IB’s musical adaptations are presented in public schools throughout the city and in our Weekend Family Series for the public. We also offer related hands-on, in-school Teaching Artist Residency Programs that enrich core curriculum subjects through drama, dance, and music.
The North American Merchant Advance Association (NAMAA) is a not-for-profit trade association representing organizations in the United States and Canada that are in the business of providing working capital advance products based on credit, debit or other card and electronic payment-related revenue streams to small and mid-sized businesses (currently referred to as a "Merchant Cash Advance"). NAMAA provides guidance and helps to influence the merchant cash advance industry through leadership, education and the sharing of information.
National Association of Travel Healthcare Organizations (NATHO) is a non-profit association of travel healthcare organizations, founded in 2008 to promote ethical business practices in the travel healthcare industry, setting the gold standard for conduct that is aligned among member agencies on behalf of travel healthcare candidates and clients. The organization primarily serves in these capacities: To educate the healthcare industry on the benefits of Travel Healthcare staffing, To establish a set of service standards among Travel Healthcare companies, to share resources among member organizations, to offer a dispute resolution process through an arbitration committee, and to aid all members in cultivating market growth.
NIRI-New York is the founding chapter of the National Investor Relations Institute (NIRI), a professional association of corporate investor relations officers (IROs), investor relations consultants and service providers. Established in 1970, NIRI-New York is also the largest chapter of NIRI, with over 650 members.
The New York Hedge Fund Roundtable is a non-profit organization committed to promoting education and best practices in the hedge fund industry. Membership is comprised of investors, investment managers and other industry professionals who meet regularly to share insights and connect with like-minded colleagues. The Roundtable hosts events featuring a wide range of thought-provoking speakers, which provide our members the opportunity to garner useful information and exchange ideas. The Roundtable's goal is to create a forum for thought leadership where professionals can enhance their skills and network with others committed to advancing the industry along the highest ethical standards.
The New York Area Chapter of the Professional ConventionManagement Association (PCMA) is comprised of a broad spectrum of meetings industry leaders. The chapter exists to offer relevant education programs, professional development, and community service projects to meetings professionals and acts as a local representative for PCMA HQ. PCMA is the leading organization for meeting and event planners, whose mission is to deliver breakthrough education and promote the value of professional convention management.
The REDC is comprised solely of residential eating disorder treatment centers whose main goal is to ensure access to residential care for individuals by working collaboratively to address issues that impact the whole residential eating disorder treatment industry. We believe that residential eating disorder treatment programs must have a unified voice in regards to Policy; agree on and promote strong Quality Standards; and collaboratively conduct outcome Research so we have data to support our mission.
REDC will create a place for all residential eating disorder treatment providers to communicate and to share information with each other, as well as develop and support common strategy to address current and future issues impacting residential eating disorder programs. REDC members will work together to promote unified treatment standards, develop a strong policy approach, and conduct productive research. Member meetings are held 2-4 times per year. Annual membership rates are based on program bed number. Membership fees support REDC policy, standards, and research initiatives
The Software and Technology Vendors’ Association (SATVA) is a trade organization for vendors of behavioral health and human services software and information technology. Its members have a genuine concern for promoting the use of effective information technology in behavioral health and human services; helping to formulate and support quality improvement for the highest industry standards; and facilitating the delivery of more efficient and effective consumer services through use of information technology.
The Society of Depreciation Professionals (SDP) was organized to recognize the professional field of depreciation analysis and individuals contributing to this field; to promote the professional development and professional ethics of practitioners in the field of depreciation analysis; to collect and exchange information about depreciation analysis; and to provide a national forum of programs and publications concerning depreciation. The professional field of depreciation analysis continues to evolve because of the increasing need for objective, competent, and reliable estimates of equipment life, salvage, and cost of removal for capital intensive industries. Despite diversity of interest among depreciation professionals employed by regulated companies, regulatory commissions, and consulting organizations, there are certain fundamental standards of conduct which are common to all those engaged in the field.
The Structural Engineers Association of New York (SEAoNY) is a member organization of the National Council of Structural Engineers Associations. The association sponsors workshops, panel discussions, lectures and seminars with the aim of addressing topics of interest and concern to structural engineers. Its membership, which is over 500 members, includes individuals from most major structural engineering design firms in New York State. SEAoNY also reaches out to other professionals, outside the engineering community, who work in related fields with common interests. Currently, 10% of its membership consists of affiliate members who come from a variety of disciplines such as geotechnical, civil, construction management and architecture. The purpose of SEAoNY is to advance the art of structural engineering in New York by improving the flow of ideas and building the community of colleagues.