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AiP Boston: Transformative Strategy for Scale and Sustainability

 Export to Your Calendar 3/16/2020
When: Monday, March 16, 2020
3:00 - 5:30 pm
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Offices of Nutter McClennen & Fish LLP
155 Seaport Blvd, 5th Floor
Boston, Massachusetts  02118
United States


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"Transformative Strategy for Scale and Sustainability"

Monday, March 16, 2020
3:00 - 5:30 pm ET

Offices of Nutter McClennen & Fish LLP
155 Seaport Blvd, 5th FloorBoston, MA  02118

Members: no charge │ Non-members: $25.00


About the program...

Shifts in funding, competition, regulation, and changes in consumer needs have raised the expectations for nonprofits to save money, increase capacity, diversify revenue, and position for success. 

Drawing upon direct experience, this session will offer an in-depth look at the success, challenges, and outcomes of a merger between two organizations; alternative collaborative strategy options for gaining scale; and new ways to approach and develop philanthropic partnerships as a means of impacting scalability and positioning for the future.

About the speakers...


Melissa Sampson McMorrow, Nutter McClennen & Fish LLP

Melissa chairs Nutter's Tax Department, co-chairs the Nonprofit and Social Impact practice group, and serves as a member of the firm’s Executive Committee. She advises businesses, tax-exempt entities and individuals on federal, state and international matters. Melissa frequently represents taxpayers before the Internal Revenue Service, state revenue authorities, Appellate Tax Board, and other state and local authorities. She was the inaugural co-chair of the Boston Bar Association’s Tax Exempt Organization Section, and has been an active member of the Tax Section. Melissa presents at local and national conferences regarding tax matters.

   

Eric W. Curtis, Curtis Strategy

Eric is the President of Curtis Strategy, an innovative consulting firm focused on breaking the status quo through strategy design, board governance, and adaptive business modeling. For more than a decade, Eric has helped leaders across the country address their most complex and challenging issues, guiding them in achieving change and sustained success. He has advised colleges and universities, healthcare and human services agencies, and many professional associations, inspiring them to break the status quo and maximize their strategic impact.

Eric received his MBA from Suffolk University and his BS in accounting and finance from Norwich University. Eric currently serves on the Board of Directors for the Massachusetts Health Council and is a guest lecturer at area Universities.

   

Jean Phelps, LifeLinks CLASS

Jean is the CEO of LifeLinks CLASS, a leading agency that delivers enriching supports to people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD) throughout Greater Lowell and Greater Lawrence. Under her leadership, LifeLinks CLASS has dramatically expanded its service portfolio and geographic reach over the past ten years, as she was the architect behind the merger of LifeLinks, Inc. and CLASS, Inc. in 2019. The combined agency now supports more than 800 individuals and families in the region, with nearly 500 staff, operating out of facilities in Chelmsford, Lawrence, and Wilmington.

Her career in human services management spans almost 40 years, and she has been a sought-after speaker in areas ranging from nonprofit leadership to human services program innovation to policy issues impacting the I/DD community. She is an expert in the areas of administration and finance, human services programming, and strategic planning and has a proven history of guiding complex organizations to meet their strategic goals and objectives.

Jean is a board member, serving on the steering committee, for the National Council of Executives of the Arc. She is the immediate past board chair of the Association of Developmental Disabilities Providers (ADDP) in Massachusetts and is a past president of the Massachusetts Chapter of AAIDD. She is also a current board member of the Region 10 AAIDD Board and is an AAIDD Fellow.

Jean holds an MSW from Boston University and a BA in Psychology from Clark University. 


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About AiP Boston...

The Boston Chapter of Advisors in Philanthropy (AiP) was formed from the group previously known at BPARt. After nearly 10 years as an all-volunteer organization serving Boston’s philanthropic community, the Steering Committee voted in fall 2018 to continue service through membership in the national organization, The International Association of Advisors in Philanthropy.

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