Debbie DiVirgilio is a Certified Governance Trainer and has more than 20 years of experience serving in the nonprofit sector. She is a nonprofit coach, consultant, teacher, facilitator and grant professional committed to helping nonprofits thrive.
Debbie holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Behavioral Sciences and a Master’s Degree in Non-Profit Management from Regis University. She is a Grant Professional Certified as conferred by the Grant Professional Institute and has served on the Board of Directors of the Grant Professionals Association for the past seven years. She has also served as President of the Grant Professionals Association and is a certified coach, teacher and speaker with The John Maxwell Team.
Non-profits have a double-bottom line--- a financial bottom line and a second bottom line that reflects the mission of the organization. While many organizations focus on one or other, the two really work hand in hand. Ideally, the financial bottom line will demonstrate a surplus of funds and the mission bottom line will demonstrate the organization’s social impact.
“What gets measured gets done,” is often quoted and is also the case with dimensions of performance. Through implementation of various performance measures, non-profit organizations improve both their financial outcomes and their social impact
Join expert speaker Debbie Divirgilio, where she discusses strategies to integrate performance measures into all areas of the non-profit to increase accountability and transparency to stakeholders. She will also share tips for the small non-profit to integrate performance measures and provide guidance on how financial performance and program performance work together to fulfil the organizational mission. With an ever-increasing demand for accountability and transparency, this session will focus on the various strategies that organizations can use to track dimensions of performance.
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