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Wednesday, April 4, 2012


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Jobs Watch

Featured Jobs

Executive Director, Allegheny Land Trust – Sewickley, PA

Program Director, Neil Kennedy Recovery Clinic, Gateway Rehabilitation Center – Youngstown, OH

Director of Fundraising, Neighborhood Legal Services Association – Pittsburgh, PA

Speech Language Pathology Assistant, Lifesteps – Beaver, PA

Speech Language Pathologist, Lifesteps – Butler, PA

Physical Therapist, Lifesteps – Butler, PA

Senior Supervisor, Direct Care, Lifesteps, Inc. – Indiana, PA

Director of Development, ACHIEVA – Pittsburgh, PA

Managing Director, The Catholic Foundation – The Diocese of Greensburg – Greensburg, PA

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Transitions and Transformations in the Nonprofit Sector: Report from the Strategic
Restructuring Cohort

By Craig Maier, Consultant, Dewey & Kaye

“What will your world look like in the next five years?”

Recently, we asked that question of a number of nonprofit leaders taking part in a Strategic Restructuring Cohort sponsored by The Forbes Funds.

What began as a quick question, however, became a wide-ranging conversation about the sector’s needs and challenges. Though the group was small and the discussion tended to focus on human services, participants’ answers had sector-wide implications and raised important questions about the transformation of nonprofit organizations in the years ahead.

Click here for the entire article.



Building Nonprofit Financial Health
Kate Sphar, Senior Consultant, Dewey & Kaye

Presented by:
Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh — Foundation Center

Wednesday, April 11, 2012
9:30 AM – 12:30 PM
Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh — Squirrel Hill
$20 per person

includes a light continental breakfast

Registration is required by calling the Foundation Center
at (412) 622-6277

In this precarious economic environment, nonprofits need more than ever to have a handle on their financial health. This session will outline the key financial tools every organization should have in its toolbox to understand financial position and be proactive in avoiding a crisis. Participants will:

  • Learn about the core financial statements and how to troubleshoot financial issues
  • Explore tools for better financial planning
  • Discuss how to address financial concerns when they arise
  • Review basic processes and procedures that can strengthen your financial health


Kate Sphar, Senior Consultant, Dewey & Kaye
Her work focuses on helping organizations develop strong, sustainable business models. Her areas of expertise include business and strategic planning, organizational business modeling, mergers and collaborations, financial management and market research. Kate has designed and taught courses and workshops in social enterprise, business planning, financial management and nonprofit collaborations for numerous institutions in Pittsburgh and beyond. Kate was named one of Pittsburgh Magazine’s “40 Under 40” in 2008 and is a graduate of the Leadership Development Initiative program at Leadership Pittsburgh. She currently serves as Treasurer of the Bach Choir of Pittsburgh and Treasurer of GTECH Strategies, Inc. Kate received her bachelor’s degree from Duke University, as well as an MBA in Finance & Accounting and MA in Arts Administration from Southern Methodist University.



Launching in May 2012 —

In May 2012, Dewey & Kaye will convert JobsWatch into  This exciting new service will provide nonprofit organizations a targeted, regional and effective method to recruit employees, interns, volunteers, and board members.  Subscribers to the Mosaic e-newsletter will automatically start receiving the NonprofiTalent e-newsletter beginning in May.  More details to follow shortly.



Creating Sustainable Funding For Your Nonprofit BENEVON

Presented by: Terry Axelrod, Benevon Founder & CEO

Wednesday, April 18, 2012
9:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.
Dewey & Kaye
20 Stanwix Street, 5th Floor
Pittsburgh, PA 15222
No fee to attend

Who should attend:
Please bring at least two key leaders, including Board Members, CEO, and Development Director.

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