Eric Fraint, CPA, founded Your Part-Time Controller, LLC. in 1993 to provide nonprofits with controller services on an as-needed basis. They now have offices in Washington DC, New York and Philadelphia. His extensive experience with nonprofits includes serving as treasurer or as a board member for numerous organizations including the Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance, the Grand Canyon Association, the Young Playwrights’ Theater of Washington, D.C., the Philadelphia Foundation, the Philadelphia Jewish Archives Center, the Jewish Publication Society, Creative Access, the Kellman Brown Academy, and Temple Read more
Laura Solomon, Esq. has dedicated her career to advising charitable organizations, their management, and boards of directors. She understands the challenges facing charities and is uniquely qualified to help them maximize their missions and minimize their tax liability. Her practice is concentrated in the representation of exempt organizations, to make the highest quality corporate and tax legal services accessible to any nonprofit organization. Prior to starting her practice, Laura was associated with the law firm of Ballard Spahr Andrews and Ingersoll in Philadelphia. She has Read more
Michael Schweisheimer, founder and executive producer of Primitive World Productions, is an award-winning filmmaker with experience behind the camera since 1991. He has been involved in the creation of hundreds of films and videos, ranging from corporate training and promotional projects, to television commercials and feature films. Michael founded Primitive World Productions in 2000 with an emphasis on nonprofit organizations, helping them to convey their missions to the public through video communication. He enjoys consulting, speaking and teaching about the intersection between nonprofits, education and Read more
Mark C. Lashley, Ph.D. is an assistant professor of communication at La Salle University whose expertise includes mass media, with an emphasis on social media. From his dissertation to his master’s thesis, to his roles as editor, author, lecturer, media guest and instructor, Mark’s knowledge of and interest in popular culture and social media tools distinguishes his teaching for The Nonprofit Center on harnessing the power of social media. He earned his BA in communication at the University of Scranton and his MA in Mass Read more
Susan Tyler is the owner and principal consultant of The Tyler Group, an organization and development consulting firm. Her extensive experience in both nonprofit and for-profit organizations has enabled her to effectively partner with clients in change management, strategy deployment, organizational effectiveness, leadership development and cultural awareness, by implementing innovative problem-solving techniques. Her background in human resources compliments her organizational development experience, as she is able to provide consultation in workforce planning, staffing, compensation practices, talent management and team building.
In 2001, Susan founded a nonprofit Read more
Janis Glenn brings a wide range of nonprofit skills to her work as both a consultant and instructor, with expertise not only in resource development but also in leadership, management and performance development and advancement. Her extensive experience in national service includes the executive directorship of the Delaware Commission, director of the Maryland Service Exchange and adjunct faculty for the National Service Leadership Institute. She has worked with multiple nonprofits to build their capacity through volunteers, and has been a trainer for VISTAs. She earned Read more
Lori Moffa is the Director of Consulting for The Nonprofit Center at LaSalle University’s School of Business. For over 20 years Lori has worked in the nonprofit sector in a variety of roles. At United Way of King County, Seattle, she recruited and managed a corps of consultants, including some volunteer, to provide technical assistance and training to nonprofit organizations. During her many years in Philadelphia nonprofits, Lori has worked for the United Way of Gloucester County determining community needs, reviewing funding applications and distributing Read more
Thomas Scurto-Davis, director of finance and operations at the Main Line Art Center in Haverford, has been committed to promoting nonprofits through enhanced education and management, for more than 30 years. With a special interest in arts and culture, he is passionate about advancing the role of arts and culture in the national consciousness.
Thomas got hooked on the arts through his school’s arts programs, then successfully pursued his professional artistic goal with a career as an operatic baritone. His performance career included singing in some Read more
Stephanie Kindt has skillfully paired her expertise as an attorney with her human resources leadership roles, working in such diverse areas as human resources compliance, leadership development, policy development, performance management, employee communications, HR audits, and diversity and inclusion strategies and programs. She previously worked for 11 years at GlaxoSmithKline where she designed and implemented programs and also served as a trainer. Stephanie is a certified administrator of the MBTI (Myers Briggs Type Indicator) and the Neuro PQ assessment tool. Stephanie has a master’s degree in industrial Read more
Sherry Carmella Hicks has had an extensive career in communications, encompassing public relations, marketing, community outreach, writing, media relations, communications planning, public speaking and event planning, as well as serving as an adjunct professor at Rowan University. In addition to her teaching responsibilities, she also does communications consulting. Previously, she served as communications director for the Pennsylvania Humanities Council. Experienced in all aspects of communications and marketing, she has been responsible for media relations, internal communications and marketing and community relations for a wide range Read more