The FENG Not-for-Profit S.I.G.

Next Meeting


12/15/2020 – 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM (Reserve a spot at this event)


Zoom information will be sent to registrants 24 hours before the meeting


Terry Seamon presents "Job Search in the "New Normal": How COVID-19 Has Changed the Game and the Six Rules to Apply Now"

Many have said that the pandemic is a "game changer." All around the world, organizations have been reeling from the impact. Some have gone under while others have chosen to restructure. This has led to tremendous job losses. In a highly uncertain economy, what can a career transitioner hold onto to provide guidance and stability?

Reasons members should attend: In this session, Terrence ("Terry") Seamon will guide you through a discussion of six key strategies for career navigation during this extraordinary time in our history.

Terrence "Terry" Seamon is an executive career transition consultant with The Ayers Group where he coaches executives and professionals that are in career transitions. He has been with Ayers since 2009. He frequently speaks at career transition support group meetings on such topics as job search, career transition, and achieving success.

Previously Terry had a long career in the corporate world as an HR Training Manager in such industries as energy, telecom, and pharma-chem. The author of three books, Terry is also active as a leadership development consultant. Terry moderates the St. Matthias Employment Ministry, founded in 2007.


About the Not-for-Profit S.I.G.

The FENG Nonprofit S.I.G. comprises FENG members whose careers or professional interests are primarily focused on the leadership and administration of charitable and service groups, foundations, universities and other non-profit organizations, or who are active advisors, board members or volunteers of such organizations to share job leads, news and information about non-profit organizations.

The Nonprofit SIG warmly welcomes new members and members interested in transitioning from the for profit to the not for profit sector.

We invite you to join our LinkedIn group called FENG Not for Profit. We use this group to share job leads and information of interest to executives in transition and in the not for profit sector.

If you have an interest:

Tim Domini
Mark Coron
Paul Konigstein
Jason Rok

S.I.G. Leadership

Paul Konigstein
(516) 270-5070
Paul Konigstein helps nonprofits master finance and accounting. He specializes in making financial concepts understandable to non-financial nonprofit leaders to enable the strategic use of finance to achieve organizational goals.

Paul has twenty five years experience as a controller and Chief Financial Officer at arts, culture, education, and international development not for profits including the Metropolitan Opera, the New York Hall of Science, Helen Keller International, ArtsConnection, and the American Montessori Society. He is currently CFO of Marks Jewish Community House in Brooklyn. Paul is also chair of a networking group for nonprofit CFOs and controllers
He holds an MBA in finance from New York University and a BS in marketing from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.
Tim Domini
(914) 263-2135
Tim is a graduate of Babson College with a BS of BA in Finance and a MBA in management. Tim began his career in manufacturing cost accounting and worked his way through Publishing , Direct Marketing and Consulting organizations as the Controller or Business Manager. After a layoff from Readers Digest Tim began consulting directly and eventually became a full time associate with The A Team. During his tenure with the A Team Tim began working in the not-for-profit arena and identified the industry as one he had a great fit with. For the past Ten years Tim has been the Controller of the Brennan Center for Justice where he managed all Accounting Finance, budgeting and all presentations to outside funders. Tim has been a member of the FENG since 2001 and can help folks with all aspects of the job search, networking, resumes and elevators pitches.

Tim lives in Bergan county.
Jason Rok
(646) 918-6196

For Meeting Information, Please Contact:
Paul Konigstein
(516) 270-5070