The Jewish Leadership Academy invites you to join us at our next meeting of the Treasurers’ Circle on Wednesday, March 4th at 5:30pm at the Jewish Federation office, Room 203.
Enjoy networking & discussion with your fellow treasurers from Greater Hartford’s Jewish nonprofit organizations, schools and synagogues. Together, we will share experiences, build bridges and develop creative solutions to address common issues.
5:30-6 pm Apps & Networking (laws of kashrut observed)
6-6:45 pm The Role Endowments Play in Your Revenue Model with Kathryn Gonnerman Vice President Philanthropy, Jewish Community Foundation of Greater Hartford
- Understanding endowment from the inside out
- Endowment: a secret ingredient to financial sustainability
- How to book the right numbers and track the right things
- How to explain endowments to others – even those who don’t speak spreadsheet
Please RSVP by Friday, February 28th to email@example.com
About Our Presenter:
Kathryn Gonnerman has served on the JCF leadership team since December 2013, first as the Marketing and Communications Director and then directing the Center for Innovative Philanthropy. She also served with distinction as Interim CEO in 2018. Before JCF, Kathryn ran Development Operations and served in marketing roles at the California Community Foundation in Los Angeles, which has $1.8 billion in assets. She earned her master’s and bachelor’s degrees in East Asian Studies at Yale University and is a certified leadership coach. The Hartford Business Journal named her a member of their “40 Under 40” in 2016.
JLA is developed with support from the Jewish Federation of Greater Hartford and funded by the Jewish Community Foundation, the Auerbach-Schiro Foundation, the Samuel Roskin Trust at Hartford Foundation for Public Giving, Lea and Richard Rubenstein, Lisa and Peter Fishman and Sandy and Arnie Dashefsky.
Sponsor: Jewish Leadership Academy