Event Date: 06.01.2021
Part of Mass Cultural Council’s Recover, Rebuild, Renew Series
Nonprofit leaders are most adaptable when they understand their organization’s financial risks and the resources required to manage them. NFF will cover how an organization’s capital structure supports financial resilience and how to strengthen capital structure during times of uncertainty. NFF will also introduce the concept of “full cost” – a concept that we will explore in greater detail in the following webinar.
Outcomes: At the end of this session, participants will be able to assess their organizations’ financial risks and better understand the kinds of resources needed to manage them.
Firm: Nonprofit Finance Fund, New York, NY & Boston, MA
Content Expert: Johnny Lambour
Nothing is more critical than building relationships on love and possessing the courage to engage in uncomfortable conversations. Johnny embodies these values when partnering with community leaders to tackle systemic challenges and inequities, all through the lens of finance. He serves as a thought partner to nonprofit leaders as they grapple with a range of questions from organizational growth and strategic financial planning, to financial literacy and analysis. Prior to joining NFF in 2020, he spent nearly four years as a fundraiser for a couple of organizations supporting youth through mentorship. Johnny holds a Master of Public Administration and Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from CSU Los Angeles and is currently a Public Administration doctoral candidate at University of La Verne, where he focuses on understanding what makes for successful collaboration and cross-sector partnerships. Outside of work, you can find him tucked under a book, writing the “next” New York Times Bestseller, or wandering the streets of LA in search of the best burger and fries in town.
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