Financial Management in a Time of Crisis

Date and Time: Tuesday, June 23, 2020 - 09:00 am to 12:00 pmLocation: N/A

$40.00$50.00

Registration for this course is closed. Please contact us on 215-991-3676 to inquire about any remaining spaces or to be placed on a waiting list.

Before you think summer fun and financial management do not mix, think again. Presented by Thomas Scurto-Davis, a current executive director and former long-serving CFO, Thomas brings a unique, and much needed, perspective to finance and its interplay with the rest of a nonprofit.

Wondering how public relations, client services, honest communication with your stakeholders, and having an organizational culture that embraces reflection have to do with an organization’s finance? Well, then, you need to attend this class. Want to understand why you should be working on your next disaster recovery plan now, while in the throes of a current disaster? How to do that all important cash flow forecasting? How you might increase revenue and decrease expenses in ways you might not have considered? Then, you need to attend this class.

We’ve included extra time in this class to allow for all of your questions to be asked and answered because we know just how many questions we all have when it comes to finance.

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Event Location

Date: June 23rd, 2020

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Member $40
Non-Member $50

Instructors

  • Thomas Scurto-Davis

    Thomas Scurto-Davis, is executive director of the Main Line Art Center in Haverford, where he had been serving as interim executive director and prior to that, director of finance and operations.  With a special interest in arts and culture, he is passionate about advancing the role of arts and culture in the national consciousness and has been committed to promoting nonprofits through enhanced education and management for more than 30 years.

    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