with Maria Fibiger
Thursday, April 22, 2021
Via Zoom – a link will be sent to your email upon registration
Developing sustainable, diverse income streams is a challenge for any organization. And that challenge is amplified during times of crisis and uncertainty. This interactive workshop will help you better define and strengthen your organization’s revenue model.
- We will explore realistic income-based budget forecasting and how to do it successfully.
- We will use current, real-world challenges and barriers to create healthy financial models for uncertain times.
- Templates will be shared for you to use in your work.
- We will explore and discuss ideas for expanding income streams and funding opportunities so your organization is prepared for whatever comes your way.
About the Presenter
As President & Senior Consultant of Three Dog Consulting, Inc., Maria Fibiger brings 15 years of consulting practice and 20+ years of career experience in the nonprofit and public administration fields. A deep passion and understanding of the importance of nonprofit organizations to a community’s socio-economic stability are the inspiration for Three Dog Consulting’s business development. Maria has held top-level nonprofit management positions for numerous organizations and government agencies. As such, her view of the day-to-day challenges faced by so many nonprofit organizations is realistic and down-to-earth.
Maria’s nonprofit consulting experience is expansive, specializing in building strong financial health/business models for organizations in Start-Up, Growth, and Turnaround lifecycles. She is a Certified Lifecycles Capacity Consultant and founding member of the Nonprofit Lifecycles Institute. She has been the Lead Consultant for the Gifford Foundation’s POWER Lifecycles cohort program in Syracuse among other Lifecycles programs.
Maria holds a BA in Public Administration & Urban Planning with a Certification in Nonprofit Management & Organizational Development from the University of Illinois at Chicago.
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