Arts Finance Empowerment Camp Series 2: Financial Management & Strategy
The Arts Finance Empowerment Camp is an interactive cohort learning program for nonprofit arts administrators and board members who want to build their financial management skills.
In Series 2 we take a deeper dive into what makes up nonprofit finances and get introduced to financial management tools.
Attendance in Series 1 is not a required prerequisite for Series 2 for those who already have an understanding of Profit & Loss, Budget vs. Actuals, Balance Sheet, and Cash Flow.
“This program was everything I hoped it would be and more. I deeply appreciated the cohort-learning model and Yesenia’s warm, organized, knowledgeable, and humorous take on the material.” – Program Graduate
Series 2 is designed for nonprofit arts administrators and board members looking to build financial management confidence and competence.
By the end of this series, participants will be able to…
- Identify how good budgeting contributes to fiscal health and financial management
- Implement best practices for basic organizational budgeting
- Explore tools and models for different ways of budgeting based on organizational goals
- Understand the difference between a budget and cash flow projections
- Use a cash flow management tool
WHAT YOU GAIN
- Financial management training
- Network of peers in your learning cohort
- Safe and supportive environment
- Certificate of Completion
- 10 participant cohort
- 4 sessions, 3 hours each
- 1 hour of 1:1 Coaching with Yesenia
- 13 hours total
2024 DATES AND LOCATIONS
- Thursday, January 25 from 10am-1pm via Zoom
- Thursday, February 1 from 10am-1pm via Zoom
- Thursday, February 8 from 10am-1pm via Zoom
- Thursday, February 15 from 10am-1pm in person in San Francisco
- Thursday, February 22 from 10am-1pm in person in San Francisco
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR
Yesenia Sanchez has 20 years of experience working with artists and arts organizations in many capacities. She has been an interim director, finance manager, administrative and program director, and executive coach and consultant. She is a finance trainer and coach for the Center for Cultural Innovation. Previously, Yesenia ran one of the largest artist incubation programs in the country at Intersection for the Arts. She received her coaching training in 2009 through the Coaching & Philanthropy Project’s Coach Training Pilot Program, where she had the opportunity to be a part of a year-long cohort exploring the value of the coaching model in non-profit environments and in underserved communities. Yesenia specializes in business and finance coaching for individual artists, in addition to financial management, fundraising and development, facilitation, executive coaching and team building for arts organizations.
To discuss payment options contact Amy: amy(at)theintersection.org
California residents may be eligible to apply for CCI’s Quick Grant to possibly cover the cost of this course. Application deadline is December 15, 2023.
All workshops have closed captioning enabled. A written transcript will be available to all registrants after the workshop. Additional accessibility accommodation can best be fulfilled when communicated within 48 hours of the workshop start time by emailing Amy: amy(at)theintersection.org
Additional requests? Questions? Email Amy: amy(at)theintersection.org
You may request a full refund (excluding Eventbrite fees) before the start of the program on the day of the workshop, after which point no refund can be processed.