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Making sense of dollars + cents: a guide to nonprofit debt
Tuesday March 15, 2022
6:00pm - 8:00pm US/Eastern GMT-4:00
ZOOM Meeting ID: 846 3883 9592 Passcode: 583972

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Find your local number: sense of dollars + cents: a guide to nonprofit debt 

COVID-19 presents a fundamentally new challenge to the nonprofit sector. In this time of uncertainty, it is essential that you have every tool at your disposal to make difficult decisions moving forward. Through a combination of sources, an unprecedented number of nonprofits are taking on debt for the first time. For nearly 40 years, Nonprofit Finance Fund (NFF) has served as a trusted partner to nonprofits seeking financing and financial guidance. This webinar will leverage NFF’s experience as both a lender and a trusted advisor to give decision-makers a framework for considering debt. You will also gain access to resources and tools to help you navigate from crisis response through resiliency.

Olivia Pipitone, Director  
Olivia plays a central role on the East Coast Business Development team by generating a quality pipeline for NFF’s tailored investments portfolio, assessing project viability, and managing client and partner relationships. Prior to joining NFF, Olivia was an Assistant Vice President at Texas Capital Bank, where she supported the development of a new Asset Based Lending group. In this role, she was responsible for the structuring, underwriting, and portfolio management of middle market and large corporate financing for clients across diversified industries. Prior to this role, Olivia was a member of JP Morgan’s largest Asset Based Lending region with over 60 loan commitments and $4.3 billion in direct credit holdings. Olivia earned a B.A. in Economics and Spanish with honors from The University of Texas at Austin.

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Tim Domini

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