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Navigating the 'New Normal': Identifying Key Considerations for Financial Health

July 14th, 2020
10:30AM to 12:00PM
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Consultant, Grantseeker, Nonprofit
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Nonprofit leaders and staff are feeling overwhelmed and disoriented by the unprecedented impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. In addition to the shock to the economy and the impact on your colleagues, clients, communities many organizations are facing financial crisis and an uncertain future. This webinar will help organizations navigate amid a ‘new normal’ and identify key considerations that are necessary for near-term and long-term financial health amidst revenue loss, programmatic change and overall uncertainty. 

In this moment where time is limited and resources, tools and webinars abound, this session aims to provide guidance in a practical format. Objectives of the training are to:

  1. Discuss ways for leadership and boards to approach prioritization and strategy 
  2. Present flexible budgeting tools for making data-informed decisions 
  3. Provide a format for sharing your organization’s financial story to internal and external stakeholders

We encourage attendance from those who may benefit from a discussion of free financial planning and decision making resources (such as an ED, VP of Finance, CFO, Program Director, etc.).

This webinar is presented by Philanthropy Massachusetts and the Massachusetts Nonprofit Network (MNN).

About the Presenter:

Sandi Clement McKinley, Consultant 

Sandi works to deliver relevant, accessible advice and insights to foundation and nonprofit clients. Most recently, she led Nonprofit Finance Fund's nationwide Consulting team. Prior to joining NFF, she provided strategic and philanthropic advice to major foundations, family offices, corporate foundations, and their grantees, and served in leadership roles for the Institute of Contemporary Art, American Repertory Theater at Harvard University, and The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania. Sandi holds a Bachelor of Arts from Rosemont College, a Master of Arts from the University of Pennsylvania, and a Master of Business Administration from Simmons College School of Management, where she also serves as a faculty member. She serves on several nonprofit boards, and regularly speaks and writes about the role of nonprofit institutions in the community.

Zoom information will be sent via email in advance of the webinar.

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