- October 10, 2012 1:00 pm
- October 10, 2012 2:00 pm
A well-run nonprofit must focus both on accomplishing its mission and managing its finances well. Learn how staff from all parts of the organization can contribute to its long-term sustainability.
Running a nonprofit organization is about more than just well-executed programmatic work; it is also about the organizational structures that need to be in place to help maintain financial sustainability. Everyone in a nonprofit, from the executive director to the receptionist, has a role in the financial management of the organization.
Master the right language for:
- Each staff member’s financial role.
- Twelve ways every executive director should be involved in the organization’s finances.
- Three things every receptionist should do.
- Helpful tips for trustees, program managers, fundraisers, and administrators.
|Paul Konigstein is Principal of Mission First Finance. He has over twenty years experience as a controller and Chief Financial Officer at arts, culture, education, and international development not for profits including the Metropolitan Opera, the New York Hall of Science, Helen Keller International, and the American Montessori Society.
Paul is also chair of the Bridgespan NY CFO Group and co-chair of the Financial Executives Networking Group not for profit special interest group and is Treasurer of The Animation Project.
He holds an MBA in finance from New York University and a BS in marketing from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.
|Mission First Finance provides interim and part-time CFOs and controllers and financial operations consulting to not for profits in the greater New York City area. Our attention to our client’s mission differentiates us from our competition. We give not for profits the financial tools they need to accomplish their goals.|