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Book Title: Finance Arts Guide to Nonprofit Cash Flow|
The author of the book: David Gray
Edition: Finance Arts, LLC
Date of issue: December 1st 2010
ISBN 13: 9780982812402
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A user-friendly guide to nonprofit finance for board members, administrators, grant-makers and students. Using his experience as both a nonprofit administrator and a personal financial planner, author David Gray reviews familiar personal finance topics and explains how they relate to their nonprofit organizational counterparts. Including real-world examples from his own experience, and that of his wife, former New York City Ballet Principal Dancer Kyra Nichols, Gray provides insights that can change the way you understand and approach your organization's finances - and perhaps your own. The result is an informative and entertaining guide to how money flows in nonprofit organizations, and how that money can be managed to improve sustainability. Gray also introduces a new method for determining the appropriate cash reserve for nonprofit organizations, based not on outdated rules-of-thumb, but targeted to the specific operational model of the individual organization.
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Read information about the authorDavid Gray began his professional career in the publicity office of Doubleday Publishing after graduation from Johns Hopkins University. It didn’t take long for him to decide that writing and publishing were not the same thing so he quit his job, became a bartender and writer. He wrote plays and was a founding member of the Catalyst Theatre Company in New York which performed a number of his plays.
He continued writing plays and short stories and soon added nonfiction articles to the list. His first novel was a work-for-hire as a ghost writer for a popular series of children’s mystery books. The experience proved time consuming and minimally remunerative so Gray decided that making a profession of writing and a hobby of investing and finance was probably not as smart as making a career of investing and finance and a hobby of writing. He became a Certified Financial Planner and soon found himself working as Executive Director of a number of nonprofit arts organizations.
His second book, a novel for 9-11 year olds titled The Finance Arts Guide to Nonprofit Cash Flow was published in 2010.
Escape From Verona is Gray’s first work of historical fiction. The book required years of research and trips to Italy where Gray and his wife, former New York City Ballet Principal Dancer, Kyra Nichols, visited the many locations where characters that served as inspiration for Shakespeare’s Italian plays were supposed to have lived, and where the great artists of the late Italian Renaissance including Titian, Tintoretto, Veronese, and Palladio lived and worked.
Gray now runs Finance Arts, LLC, a firm that offers personal financial planning, as well as consulting to nonprofit organizations. Gray is a captivating speaker and conducts frequent training sessions on topics related to finance and nonprofit management.
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