Nonprofits are facing increased demand for services, according to the Nonprofit Finance Fund's 2011 Nonprofit State of the Sector survey. That follows three consecutive years of increases in request for aid.
Meeting that demand has grown tougher as governments make cuts and private donations continue to be sluggish.
Join The Chronicle of Philanthropy on Tuesday, June 28, at noon U.S. Eastern time for a live online discussion on the ways nonprofits can overcome these challenges and serve more of the people who need their help.
Anne Dyjak, chief credit officer and vice president of the Nonprofit Finance Fund, was previously regional chief operations officer and vice president at Wachovia Bank. She has also served as the director of finance and administration at an environmental organization.
Joe Harrington is director of financial services at the California Charter Schools Association. Previously he worked in marketing and operations assessment at Citizen Schools and was the marketing manager at Working Assets, an organization that sells telecommunications and credit-card services and then provides a share of its profits to nonprofits.
Jay Laudato is acting executive director of Callen-Lorde Community Health Center. Previously he served as the director of the division of managed care at New York State Department of Health, and in New York City's Health and Hospitals Corporation's HIV services office.