Event Date: 05.25.2021
Part of Mass Cultural Council’s Recover, Rebuild, Renew Series
To make informed decisions, nonprofit leaders must understand how their programs contribute to both financial and mission objectives. You will use NFF’s Program Economics Analysis to see how your mission can inform financial decisions, explore where well-placed subsidy can maximize your organization’s impact, and determine how to adapt your programs in response to the current moment.
Outcomes: At the end of this session, participants will be able to assess and understand how their programs contribute to money and mission objectives.
Firm: Nonprofit Finance Fund, New York, NY & Boston, MA
Content Expert: Alice Antonelli
Alice leads delivery and product development, cultivating and managing client relationships, teaching workshops and seminars, and training and coaching of new recruits. Alice initially joined NFF as part of the lending team and was responsible for business development and underwriting loans. Prior to NFF, she worked at JPMorgan Chase as Vice President for the Community Development Corporation. Alice has a Master of Business Administration from The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and a Bachelor of Science from St. Lawrence University, and was a certified instructor for the Pennsylvania Quality Assurance System. She currently serves on the National Fund for Sacred Places, and previously served as a member of the Not-for-Profit Advisory Committee of the Financial Accounting Standards Board, and the Audit Committee of Philanthropy Network Greater Philadelphia. Alice has also served as a grant panelist for the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, the New Jersey State Council on the Arts, and the faculty of the NeighborWorks America Training Institute.
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