Founding Principle at Money2Mission, LLC, Thomas Scurto-Davis has 20 years of nonprofit financial management and accounting experience. His professional practice is focused on helping NPOs design and implement systems, improve financial literacy and effectiveness, and build organizational understanding. His goal is to help nonprofits make better-informed decisions while using financial data to tell their compelling and unique story.
He is an affiliated trainer with the Nonprofit Center at La Salle University’s School of Business where he leads trainings on financial management, risk assessment and mitigation, business planning, budgeting and financial analysis. He is also an adjunct professor for La Salle’s graduate program in Nonprofit Leadership. Thomas is the former Executive Director of Main Line Art Center where he also served as its Director of Finance and Operations. He served as the Director of Finance and Administration for the Asian Arts Initiative in Philadelphia and is an alumnus of the Community Arts Education Leadership Institute. He holds a Master’s degree in Arts Administration from Drexel University where his thesis explored the relationship between earned revenue ratio and nonprofit organizational sustainability. He has spent the last decade sharing his knowledge of nonprofit GAAP accounting and financial management systems with hundreds of nonprofit leaders and board members throughout the region.
He is a former professional opera singer whose current artistic identity is expressed in sculpture, primarily created through the use of a lathe.