Karen Key is the vice president of programs for The National Human Services Assembly (NHSA), an association of the nation’s leading national nonprofits in the fields of health, human and community development, and human services. Many of the member organizations are national offices of large networks of local health and human service organizations. Others are national research or resource organizations or national programs. The National Assembly is a learning community where leaders with parallel responsibilities at different national nonprofit human service organizations (e.g., CEOs, HR directors) share knowledge and expertise about their work in this sector. It is also a vehicle for collaborative action among its members and other interested parties in the public, private and nonprofit sectors.