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Event Date: 04.06.2021
Part of Mass Cultural Council’s Recover, Rebuild, Renew Series
This webinar grounds nonprofit leaders in the challenges of nonprofit finance and the implications of operating in a structurally inequitable system. The session introduces core concepts in nonprofit finance, such as how to build financial health amidst significant uncertainty and how to balance money with mission.
Outcomes: At the end of this session, participants will learn how to operate in a “flawed system”.
Firm: Nonprofit Finance Fund, New York, NY & Boston, MA
Content Expert: Kristine Alvarez
Kristine coaches nonprofit leaders and board members to maximize their mission impact through strategic financial planning and decision-making, via both one-on-one engagements and group trainings. Her contributions to thought leadership in early childhood education include authorship of NFF’s 2015 report, “Overcoming Financial Barriers to Expanding High-Quality Early Care & Education.” Prior to joining NFF in 2005, Kristine served as Strategic Planning Consultant for Washington DC nonprofit organizations, Communications Director of City Year Greater Philadelphia, a national youth service program under AmeriCorps, and Volunteer Coordinator for a congressional campaign in Bethesda, MD. She holds a Master of Business Administration from George Washington University, a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Pennsylvania, and a Certified Nonprofit Accounting Professional Certificate from Fiscal Management Associates.
Auto-generated captions will be provided. If you have additional questions or to request additional accommodations to ensure your participation, please contact Michael Ibrahim.
Note: This is a two-part series. Register for Part 2.