PLANNED PARENTHOOD OF NASSAU COUNTY INC
540 FULTON AVENUE, HEMPSTEAD, NY 11550 www.ppnc.org

Total Revenue
$10,333,489
Total Expenses
$9,789,768
Net Assets
$22,497,539

Organizations Filed Purposes: THE MISSION OF PLANNED PARENTHOOD OF NASSAU COUNTY, INC. (PPNC) IS TO COMPASSIONATELY AND RESPECTFULLY EMPOWER INDIVIDUALS TO MAKE INDEPENDENT, INFORMED DECISIONS ABOUT THEIR SEXUAL AND REPRODUCTIVE LIVES BY PROVIDING ACCESS TO MEDICALLY-SOUND HEALTH CARE AND EDUCATIONAL SERVICES, AND BY PROMOTING PUBLIC POLICIES TO MAKE THOSE SERVICES AVAILABLE TO ALL. TO ACHIEVE THIS MISSION, PPNC PROVIDES: HIGH QUALITY, AFFORDABLE, COMPREHENSIVE REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH CARE AND COUNSELING SERVICES THAT ARE OFFERED WITH RESPECT AND CONFIDENTIALITY; SEXUALITY EDUCATION AND TRAINING PROGRAMS FOR TEENS, YOUNG ADULTS, PARENTS AND PROFESSIONALS; AND LEADERSHIP AND ADVOCACY FOR PUBLIC POLICIES THAT PRESERVE CHOICE AND GUARANTEE INDIVIDUAL RIGHTS.

TO PROVIDE SEXUAL AND REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH SERVICES, EDUCATION, AND ADVOCACY.

Health services: Planned Parenthood of Nassau County (PPNC) ensures that the people in our community have access to the full range of reproductive health care services they both need and deserve - and we continued to keep that promise to the community throughout 2018. More than 14,000 women, men and teens (across 29,002 patient visits) turned to our health centers in Hempstead, Glen Cove and Massapequa in the past year for essential, lifesaving reproductive health care, including: testing and treatment for sexually-transmitted infections (STIs); birth control; emergency contraception; gynecological exams; pregnancy testing; infertility screening; breast and cervical cancer screenings; testicular cancer screenings; prenatal care; and HIV testing and counseling. Equally important, PPNC continued to offer safe and legal medical and surgical abortions. Moreover, in 2018, we continued to expand resources and care for young people through our weekly Teen Clinic, an initiative in which our Hempstead health center is open exclusively for teens on Friday evenings so that they may receive free or low-cost reproductive health care services in a teen-friendly, nonjudgmental and confidential environment. By keeping our doors open for teens, PPNC bridges the gap between education and access to care, and thereby reduces the likelihood of adverse sexual health outcomes, such as STIs and unintended pregnancies. Another highlight of the year included our work combating HIV/AIDS in Nassau Countys underserved communities through education, outreach, and treatment. In fact, in 2018, PPNC's HIV prevention program facilitated 6,311 HIV tests and continued to be one of the few providers in Nassau County to offer pre-exposure prophylaxis (PreP), a daily pill that individuals at increased risk for HIV can take to prevent infection. Finally, PPNC is proud to have been designated by New York State Department of Health as a "Patient Centered Medical Home," which recognizes our efforts in providing important preventive services such as flu shots, diabetes screenings, and weight management services.

EDUCATION AND TRAINING: WHETHER IT IS TEENAGERS WITH QUESTIONS ABOUT THEIR SEXUAL HEALTH, PARENTS WHO NEED HELP TALKING TO THEIR KIDS ABOUT SEX, COMMUNITY MEMBERS WHO NEED INFORMATION ON BREAST OR TESTICULAR HEALTH, OR COLLEGE STUDENTS WHO WANT TO KNOW WHERE THEY CAN GET FREE BIRTH CONTROL, THERE IS ONE PLACE PEOPLE IN THE COMMUNITY CAN ALWAYS TURN FOR ACCURATE INFORMATION: PLANNED PARENTHOOD OF NASSAU COUNTY. IN 2018, THE PPNC EDUCATION TEAM REACHED MORE THAN 14,500 NASSAU COUNTY RESIDENTS THROUGH WORKSHOPS AND COMMUNITY OUTREACH AND TRAININGS, GIVING THEM THE KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS THEY NEED TO MAKE HEALTHY, RESPONSIBLE SEXUAL AND REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH DECISIONS. THESE EFFORTS INCLUDED EVIDENCE-BASED SERIES AND SINGLE-SESSION WORKSHOPS ON TOPICS SUCH AS PREGNANCY AND STI PREVENTION, HEALTHY RELATIONSHIPS, CONSENT AND PARENT-CHILD COMMUNICATION. THESE WORKSHOPS AND OUTREACH EFFORTS WERE CONDUCTED IN COMMUNITY-BASED ORGANIZATIONS, FAITH-BASED INSTITUTIONS AND NASSAU COUNTY SCHOOLS. EQUALLY IMPORTANT, THE SISTERS UNITED IN HEALTH INITIATIVE REACHED CLOSE TO 2,500 COMMUNITY MEMBERS WITH BREAST CANCER PREVENTION EDUCATION AND REFERRALS FOR LOW-COST BREAST SCREENINGS.

Sexual and reproductive health and rights advocacy: PPNC is dedicated to ensuring that everyone in our community has access to the essential health care services and information they need to make informed and empowered decisions about their reproductive and sexual lives. In 2018, PPNCs advocacy work included educating and activating more than 20,000 advocates around reproductive rights issues such as the Title X domestic gag rule, threats to abortion access on the federal level, and state legislative priorities such as the Reproductive Health Act, the Comprehensive Contraceptive Coverage Act, and several other bills. This work was carried out through monthly activist meetings, a growing patient advocacy program, increased engagement with youth through the Activist Council for Teens and Youth Activist Council, college campus programs at several local schools, intentional community outreach in collaboration with the Education Department, and concerted efforts with a robust network of community partnerships. To achieve advocacy goals, PPNC strategically and innovatively organized phone banks, canvasses, rallies, letter-writing campaigns, trainings, lobby days, and several other events. Equally important, PPNC collaborated with community partners to promote civic engagement and social justice.

Executives Listed on Filing

Total Salary includes financial earnings, benefits, and all related organization earnings listed on tax filing

NameTitleHours Per WeekTotal Salary
Jo Ann SmithPresident & CEO46$240,819
Jennifer Ray-TerryDirector of Clinical Svcs42$149,854
Tamara UmanskyChief Financial Officer45$147,851
Saskia Monteiro ThomsonVP Development & Marketing45$140,442
Nancy O'KeefeSr. VP Health Services43.5$121,389
Sarah MillerVP Education & Public Affairs42$111,233
Sandra MyrtilAdvanced Practice Clinician35$101,836
Diane YatauroDirector0.5$0
Rick ShaperDirector1$0
Judy SchwartzDirector1$0
Jane SchwartzDirector1$0
Audrey ScheinDirector1$0
Carol RudmanDirector1$0
Sharon PikusDirector0.5$0
Liz MurovDirector1$0
Ron MenzinDirector0.5$0
Carol MarkmanDirector1$0
Amanda Perez LederDirector1$0
Rhona FeigenbaumDirector1$0
Rabbi Judith Cohen-RosenbergDirector1$0
Andrina Velt ClevelandDirector1$0
Betsy BlattmachrDirector1$0
Donna BaconDirector through 6/180.5$0
David Ackman MdDirector1$0
Marilyn MonterCorresponding Secretary1$0
Jan FigueiraRecording Secretary1$0
Lynn NajmanAssistant Treasurer1$0
Scott LenowitzTreasurer1.5$0
Robin SigmanVice-Chairperson1.5$0
Leslie LindenbaumVice-Chairperson1.25$0
Karen SeltzerChairperson5.5$0

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