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Educational Podcast: Nonprofit Executive Panel

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There’s nothing like being in a room full of like-minded peers to inspire creativity! In this closing panel session, we take advantage of this unique opportunity to leverage the collective expertise and experiences of peers to curate new ideas to help nonprofit clients improve their approach to sustainability. AAFCPAs Co-Managing Partner Carla McCall, CPA, CGMA moderated this interactive panel of nonprofit executives, who shared their real-life stories of adaptability in pursuit of long-term financial and programmatic sustainability. From mergers and collaborations, to creative revenue streams and unique cost-cutting methodologies, these determined nonprofits are making strategic decisions to survive and thrive. These pivotal decisions have enhanced the services they are able to provide their constituencies, solved leadership succession challenges, and perpetuated their ability to fulfill their missions. This podcast will inspire and challenge listeners to think about their abilities to sustain financial health and mission impact over time.
Panelists includeDavid Shapiro, President/CEO, MENTOR; Tim Barrett, CFO, Pine Street Inn; Jennifer Van Campen, Executive Director, Metro West Collaborative Development, Inc.; Troy Siebels, Executive Director, The Hanover Theatre.
This audio session was recorded live at AAFCPAs’ April 26th, 2018 Annual Nonprofit Educational Seminar.
Watch the full video recording (35 min 27 sec) or download the full audio of the session recorded April 26th, 2018 at AAFCPAs’ Annual Nonprofit Educational Seminar.

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Carla McCall
Carla is Managing Partner of AAFCPAs, a 240 person CPA and consulting firm with offices in Boston, Westborough, and Wellesley, MA. She specializes in providing assurance, tax, and business consulting solutions for sophisticated nonprofit organizations, including: multi-service human & social services providers, behavioral health providers, arts & cultural organizations, foundations and grant making institutions.