The LIA brings Long Islanders together to make Long Island a better place... for all of us. The LIA starts with small businesses; as small businesses are the bedrock of Long Island's economy. The LIA also includes many of the Island's largest businesses as well as hospitals, colleges, universities, research laboratories and non-profit organizations.
Non-profit and non-partisan, the LIA helps businesses succeed so they can create and retain jobs here. It also identifies the issues our entire region faces so Long Island itself can be successful; taxes, housing, energy costs, education, transportation, economic development and many others.
The LIA acts as the voice of the business community, encouraging government - at all levels - to do what is right for Long Island. Long Island is a great place to live, work and do business, but we need to keep it that way.
The mission of Girls Incorporated® of Long Island is to inspire all girls to be strong, smart and bold. We provide school and community based programming that serves the unique needs of girls, ages 5-18, living in Nassau and Suffolk Counties.