The Board of Governors of The Municipal Forum of New York has launched the Ned Flynn Community
Service Scholarship to honor and celebrate Ned’s dedication to the Forum and the Urban Leadership
Ned Flynn was a 35 year veteran of the municipal finance industry. After
graduating from Georgetown University, Ned started his career at E.F.
Hutton in 1980. In 1989, he became a founding member of First Albany’s
investment banking team and stayed on as the team ultimately
transitioned to Jefferies. From 2008 until his untimely passing in 2017,
Ned was a managing director in their Public Finance division.
Ned was a member of the Board of Governors, where he served as a
member of the Municipal Forum for over 16 years and on its Board of
Governors for six years. He served as President of the Board in 2012.
Ned also Co-Chaired the Urban Leadership Fellows Committee for three
years and has actively sought to increase membership and sponsorship for internships as Co-Chair of the
To honor Ned’s commitment to making the ULF program available to as many students as possible and
broadest range of opportunities possible, we hope that you will consider making a donation to support
the Ned Flynn Community Service Scholarship in recognition of Ned and his efforts on behalf of this
To make a tax-deductible contribution, please use the PayPal link below or make a check payable to the
Municipal Forum Youth Education Fund (Ned Flynn Community Service Scholarship in the memo line) to
the following address:
Wells Fargo Securities
375 Park Ave, 2nd Floor
New York, NY 10152-0002
We thank you for your support
The Municipal Forum of New York.
The Municipal Forum Youth Education Fund (the “Fund”) is tax-exempt under Internal Revenue Code Section
501(c)(3). A copy of the organization’s latest annual report is available by contacting the Fund directly at
http://www.themunicipalforumofnewyork.org/or from the New York State Attorney General Charities Bureau at 28
Liberty Street, 15 th Floor, New York, New York 10005. Registration with the New York State Attorney General
Charities Bureau or any other government agency should not be constructed as an endorsement of the Fund.