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Event Date: 06.01.2021
Part of Mass Cultural Council’s Recover, Rebuild, Renew Series
In this session, we will cover: Identifying the capital structure required to support the financial sustainability of programs and business model; Options to consider to strengthen capital structure and build a buffer during times of uncertainty and change; Covering the full cost of an adaptable and thriving organization.
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: Kristin Giantris
Kristin Giantris is a Managing Director at Nonprofit Finance Fund (NFF) where she leads NFF’s national financial consulting practice. NFF focuses on the intersection of mission and money and how best organizations and communities can gain control of resources to achieve community goals. Working with nonprofits across the country, with public, private and philanthropic funders and investors, and with local, state and national government agencies, Kristin and her team build financial-management capacity and work deeply with community-based organizations to help them thrive and meet the needs of their communities. Prior to NFF, Kristin worked in international development and international capital markets. She earned a master’s degree in public affairs from the School of International and Public Affairs at Columbia University and a Bachelor of Arts in political science from Kenyon College.
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