Graham featured in a new case study published by Columbia University Business School Executive Education department!

Dear Friend,

As we kick off this season of gratitude, thank you for your abiding support of our kids and families, bringing hope and opportunity where it is needed most. 

Always, and especially in these days, I am also grateful to work with an exceptional team, over 400 strong, pulling together. I am thrilled to invite you to read all about it as the Columbia University Business School Executive Education department has published a case study about Graham!  

The case study focuses on how Graham’s approach to leadership development and our partnership with Columbia has helped us build an inclusive, integrated, and highly effective leadership team—a team that listens and grounds itself in what our kids and families tell us and then develops breakthrough innovations based on that wisdom.

Click here to read the study and learn more about this important work.

Thank you for all that you do to make our vital work possible and know as we approach Thanksgiving that we are most grateful!


Jess Dannhauser
President & CEO

Cover of Case Study - Picture of Youth Advocates
"Can I show you what I'm proudest of? I established the first private orphanage in New York City."
Eliza Hamilton
Founder of Graham Windham, from the musical "Hamilton"