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Karen Constine
1358

Karen Constine’s consultancy specializes in cultural development, business planning/feasibility studies, program and policy development, civic/cultural engagement, capacity building and strategic planning and providing interim leadership services. Karen serves a broad base of clients and their initiatives including nonprofits, cultural agencies, artists’ projects, etc.
Topic(s): Financial Management and Accounting; Fundraising; Human Resources/Staff Training; Management/Strategic Planning; Marketing/Communications; Board Development
Location(s): California Statewide
Phone: (323) 936-1975
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Website: http://www.linkedin.com/in/karenconstine



Leslie Graham
1360

Leslie Graham has more than ten years of management consulting experience working with nonprofit and public institutions; she specializes in planning for small organizations.
Topic(s): Management/Strategic Planning; Board Development; Human Resources/Staff Training; Facilitation; Fundraising
Location(s): Los Angeles Metro
Phone: 310 425 8292
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Adam Philipson
1364

Adam Philipson is a senior arts administrator with a broad range of experience in the non-profit and educational sectors. Adam has a solid background in strategic, financial and operations planning; extensive arts programming, producing and arts education experience, with a strong background in the entertainment industry. In his career as an arts administrator Adam has a proven track record of success as a fundraiser for capital, programming, endowment and operational support. Adam is a demonstrated leader in complex educational and Civic settings and has built a formidable reputation for creating important and meaningful partnerships across multiple constituency groups.
Topic(s): Fundraising
Location(s): California Statewide

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Morrie Warshawski
7323

Morrie Warshawski has worked in the nonprofit arts and culture sector for over thirty years, bringing a commitment to the core values of tolerance, thoughtfulness, transparency, and creativity. He served as the Executive Director of three nonprofit arts organizations (the last one being Bay Area Video Coalition in San Francisco). Since 1986 he has been a consultant specializing in Strategic Planning with nonprofit organizations throughout the US (large and small and in every arts discipline), state arts agencies, local arts council, and community cultural planning with cities and counties. He served for six years as a consultant and regional coordinator for the National Endowment for the Arts’ Advancement Program, which provided fifteen months of planning support for arts organizations. As a writer, he created A STATE ARTS AGENCY PLANNING TOOLKIT for the National Assembly of State Arts Agencies; and a website on planning for the NEA called “Lessons Learned” (http://www.nea.gov/resources/Lessons/index.html). He is the author of many articles, and of two books on fundraising: THE FUNDRAISING HOUSEPARTY: HOW TO PARTY WITH A PURPOSE AND RAISE MONEY FOR YOUR CAUSE – 2nd Edition; and SHAKING THE MONEY TREE: THE ART OF GETTING GRANTS AND DONATIONS FOR FILM AND VIDEO – 3rd Edition. Morrie is the moderator for, and originator of, the “Strategic Planning for Nonprofits” Group on LinkedIn (with 4,000 members worldwide.
Topic(s): Fundraising; Career Development: Multiple Topic Business Training; Management/Strategic Planning
Location(s): National; California Statewide
Phone: (707) 224-4353
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Website: http://www.warshawski.com



Angela Johnson Peters

ALJ Consulting
10385

Angela Johnson Peters has dedicated her professional and personal career to the support of cultural institutions, artists, and community organizations. Angela entered the art world when, as a volunteer, she walked onto a theater backstage for a jazz concert. That was more than 30 years ago. Johnson Peters has been a cultural worker, producer, writer, caterer, fundraiser, planner, facilitator, organizer, trainer, and travel writer. Angela sees her working with artists and arts organization as a calling, and believes passionately in the importance of art in our society. After spending ten years in the local arts agency field where she developed ways to promote and support the arts communities in the San Francisco Bay Area cities of Berkeley and Oakland; in 1999, Angela founded ALJ Consulting which specializes in developing resources, effectively planning and successfully implementing programs with the non-profit, philanthropic, and government sectors. Over the years, she estimates working with close to 280 organizations and over 135 artists. Some of her formerly clients include dance companies, community arts centers, musicians, playwright festivals, theater groups, film festivals, and museums. Angela has worked with the National Endowment for the Arts as a site visitor and panelist; the California Arts Council, as producer for a statewide arts leaders conference; and served as a panelist for every municiple arts agency in the San Francisco Bay Area and the cities of Santa Monica, Pasadena, Los Angeles and Los Angeles County. Accomplished in the areas of strategic planning, development, special events planning, community outreach, and coaching; Angela is currently one of the coaches for the Los Angeles Fundraising Academy for Communities of Color. Angela is a trained facilitator and has completed programs with the Grassroots Institute of Fundraising Training (GIFT), the National Community Development Institute’s Community Builders Leadership Program, and is a Wilder Foundation Shannon Leadership Fellow. 
Topic(s): Financial Management and Accounting; Executive Coaching; Networking/Field Learning; Fundraising; Facilitation; Leadership; Management Training; Human Resources/Staff Training; Programming; Audience Development; Career Development: Multiple Topic Business Training; Management/Strategic Planning; Marketing/Communications; Other; Volunteer Management; Board Development
Location(s): Online Classes/Webinars; National; California Statewide; Los Angeles Metro; Other States/Regions
Phone: (310) 597-2526
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Michelle Pred

Art Career Coaching
1365

Navigate the process of exhibiting and selling art Prepare presentation packages for gallery submission Create/update your artist statement or resume Determine prices for your art and understand the marketplace
Topic(s): Financial Management and Accounting; Networking/Field Learning; Marketing/Communications; Fundraising; Management/Strategic Planning
Location(s): San Francisco Bay Area
Phone: (510) 388-2628
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Website: http://artcareercoach.com/



Jamie Brunson

Art Primer
1356

I consult privately with practicing visual artists at different career levels, providing a range of support, research and education services customized to fit individual needs and circumstances. I offer studio critiques to artists who are working on developing their portfolios, and writing and editing services to artists who need help with their statements, web content or catalog text. A majority of artists work with me to achieve more sales, publicity and exposure for their art. I review and evaluate studio inventory and text materials; suggest website improvements and web-based/social networking tools for publicity and outreach; define appropriate markets and audiences in order to research best options for residencies, exhibition submissions and proposals; and, establish a series of time-based goals and actions that will result in greater exposure and increased opportunities. 
Topic(s): Financial Management and Accounting; Networking/Field Learning; Fundraising; Management/Strategic Planning; Marketing/Communications
Location(s): San Francisco Bay Area
Phone: 510.703.7068
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Website: http://artprimer.blogspot.com/



Arts Council Silicon Valley
1428

Established in 1982, Arts Council Silicon Valley is a private, nonprofit arts organization dedicated to improving the quality of life for Santa Clara County residents by creating and fostering arts and culture throughout the region. As a grantmaking agency, Arts Council Silicon Valley provides funding and fundraising support services to more than 140 local arts organizations and individual artists. The Arts Council also provides advocacy, marketing, and support services to more than 600 local arts organizations and strives to help make the arts accessible to youth. As the official state and local partner with the California Arts Council and the County of Santa Clara, Arts Council Silicon Valley is now the largest private nonprofit arts council in the state. Since its inception, Arts Council Silicon Valley has distributed nearly $24 million in grants and services to the arts in the region.
Topic(s): Fundraising; Marketing/Communications
Location(s): South Bay Area
Phone: (408) 998-2787
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Website: http://www.artscouncil.org



Kristine Maltrud

ArtSpark
13253

ArtSpark is dedicated to shifting the arts ecosystem where artists live and work. The current arts ecosystem is confusing, frustrating, fragmented and full of inefficiencies. ArtSpark envisions a realigned arts ecosystem that minimizes the burden of building and managing the business of being an artist so artists can remain true to their creative practice and art. To that end, ArtSpark offers workshops and technical assistance to artists, artisans, designers, makers and creative entrepreneurs focused on business development (Artist Business Canvas workshops), communications (including social media), fundraising, marketing and branding, audience development and community engagement. ArtSpark also connects artists (and designers, makers, etc.) to creativity-friendly business professionals and online resources in their communities. 
Topic(s): Financial Management and Accounting; Executive Coaching; Networking/Field Learning; Fundraising; Leadership; Audience Development; Career Development: Multiple Topic Business Training; Management/Strategic Planning; Legal Issues; Marketing/Communications; Education; Technology Training
Location(s): Online Classes/Webinars; San Francisco Bay Area
Phone: x
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Website: http://www.art-spark.org



Association of California Symphony Orchestras
1429

Founded in 1969 at Asilomar as a means of sharing information and resources for California orchestras, the Association of California Symphony Orchestras (ACSO) is the largest state orchestra association in the U.S. Over the past 40 years, ACSO membership has grown to include over 400 individuals and organizations from California and other states. Its 23-member Board of Directors is representative of organizations with different budget sizes, from different geographic areas, and consists of trustees, music directors, musicians, volunteers and staff. Membership is open to orchestras, choruses and classical music presenters of all sizes, symphony leagues and guilds, youth orchestras, festivals, artists managements, businesses, and individuals associated with orchestras or wishing to access ACSO s services.
Topic(s): Networking/Field Learning; Fundraising; Volunteer Management
Location(s): California Statewide
Phone: (916) 484-6744
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Website: http://www.acso.org



Elizabeth Pickens

Career Development & Consultation for Artists
10463

Elizabeth Pickens, M.Ed. is an independent career development and fundraising consultant for artists of all disciplines. She earned her Master’s degree in Counseling Psychology at the University of Missouri-Columbia and moved to San Francisco in 2007. Previously she served as Managing Director of RADAR Productions and the Queer Cultural Center and as Senior Program Manager at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts. She specializes in supporting individual artists, small arts organizations, and queer arts advocacy. 
Topic(s): Fundraising; Programming; Audience Development; Career Development: Multiple Topic Business Training; Management/Strategic Planning; Other; Board Development
Location(s): San Francisco Bay Area
Phone: 415-321-1311 x
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Carrie Blanding

Carrie Blanding
11448

I work with arts and other nonprofits to improve organizational sustainability, navigate leadership transitions, and secure necessary funding so that they can do their work more effectively. I also write grants for organizations and individual artists. With over ten years of director level experience at arts organizations, I know first-hand about the challenges and opportunities that managers face. I combine my real-world experience with a deep understanding of arts policy, philanthropic trends, and management theory to give my clients a big-picture view of the field. My approach is compassionate, disciplined, creative, and collaborative. Bring me your problems, and together we will solve them.
Topic(s): Fundraising; Leadership; Management Training; Human Resources/Staff Training; Career Development: Multiple Topic Business Training; Management/Strategic Planning; Marketing/Communications; Board Development
Location(s): San Francisco Bay Area

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Website: http://www.carrieblanding.com



Center for Cultural Innovation
1434

The Center for Cultural Innovation was founded in 2001 with a mission to promote knowledge sharing, networking and financial independence for individual artists and creative entrepreneurs by providing business training, grants and loans, and incubating innovative projects that create new program knowledge, tools and practices for artists in the field. Through our professional development offerings, individual artists and creative entrepreneurs learn key business skills that provide them with the knowledge and resources to help advance their art, develop their ideas and increase their financial independence. More courses will be scheduled throughout the year. For more information on CCI or to register for Bay Area workshops visit our website at www.cciarts.org.
Topic(s): Fundraising; Marketing/Communications; Legal Issues; Management/Strategic Planning; Technology Training
Location(s): Los Angeles Metro; South Bay Area; San Francisco Bay Area
Phone: (415) 288-0530
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Website: http://www.cciarts.org



Center for Volunteer and Nonprofit Leadership of Marin
1435

The Center for Volunteer and Nonprofit Leadership helps bring community members, local businesses, and schools together with the Marin nonprofit and volunteer sector. The Center offers a variety of events and programs that foster connections and provide opportunities to serve. A more extensive listing of The Center s programs can be found online at www.cvnl.org.
Topic(s): Financial Management and Accounting; Marketing/Communications; Fundraising; Management/Strategic Planning; Board Development; Technology Training
Location(s): North Coast
Phone: (415) 479-5710
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Website: http://www.cvnl.org



CompassPoint Nonprofit Services
1436

At CompassPoint, we believe in the investment of people who work and volunteer in the nonprofit sector. That is why thousands of nonprofits send their staff to CompassPoint training programs. Visit www.compasspoint.org/workshops to view our current course catalog. CompassPoint provides you with the overall learning objectives in each of our core curriculum areas. We have created learning paths course sequences that work together to help you or someone you supervise, achieve a depth of mastery in these essential topics. Learning path courses are paced so that they are easy for you to schedule. Workshop content builds skills sequentially. Experience in a particular job role may enable a participant to take the more advanced class but classes are designed to provide the most benefit taken in sequence.
Topic(s): Board Development; Financial Management and Accounting; Fundraising; Leadership; Marketing/Communications; Management/Strategic Planning; Technology Training
Location(s): San Francisco Bay Area; Online Classes/Webinars
Phone: (415) 541-9000
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Website: http://www.compasspoint.org



Terry Wolverton

Consult'Her
1368

In over twenty-five years of operation, Terry Wolverton has built a diverse practice that includes long-range and strategic planning, organizational assessment, project evaluation, marketing strategy, board development, staff development and human relations issues, executive search, executive and life coaching, conflict resolution, program development, fundraising strategy, and facilitation of group meetings and retreats.
Topic(s): Financial Management and Accounting; Fundraising; Human Resources/Staff Training; Management/Strategic Planning; Marketing/Communications; Board Development
Location(s): California Statewide; Los Angeles Metro
Phone: 323-227-4633
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CounterPULSE
1437

CounterPULSE provides space and resources for emerging artists and cultural innovators, serving as an incubator for the creation of socially relevant, community-based art and culture. Courses include Boot Camp for Artists: Intensive Skills For Raising Money and Attention, a six-week course that provides comprehensive hands-on training, connections and skills to artists in all disciplines, with a special focus on performing artists. Whether you're self-producing for the first time, expanding your company, or looking for a job in arts administration, this crash course will give you all the skills you need to kick-start your career. Topics include: grant-writing, fundraisers, press releases, creative marketing, talking to press, presenters and funders, renting a venue, basic lighting design, and much more. Instructor Jessica Robinson has written dozens of successful grant proposals, hundreds of press releases, and advised artists in all disciplines on the how-to's of self-production. Guests include editors and leaders in the philanthropic sector.
Topic(s): Fundraising; Marketing/Communications
Location(s): San Francisco Bay Area
Phone: (415) 626-2060
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Website: http://www.counterpulse.org



Dancers' Group
1438

Founded in 1982, Dancers' Group has established itself as an invaluable service organization for the San Francisco Bay Area dance community. Our programs support dance artists in producing their work, cultivating their craft, and creating connections. We also serve as advocates for the dance community on a local, regional and national level. Our programs include Dancers' Group Presents, featuring 2nd Sundays, Dance Discourse Project and ONSITE; In Dance, our monthly print publication sharing Bay Area dance with readers across the U.S.; our Ebulletin, networking over 2,500 artists and dance supporters and keeping them informed about current happenings; and our Fiscal Sponsorship Program, providing mentorship and administrative and financial oversight for dance projects. Throughout the year, Dancers' Group presents development workshops in areas such as fundraising, publicity, video documentation and more.
Topic(s): Fundraising; Marketing/Communications; Technology Training
Location(s): San Francisco Bay Area
Phone: (415) 920-9181
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Website: http://www.dancersgroup.org



Steven Deeble

EMP Consulting
1359

Our marketing communications offerings range from writing press releases to publicity campaigns. We offer video production services and have recently added online community management to our offerings.
Topic(s): Fundraising; Marketing/Communications; Technology Training
Location(s): Los Angeles Metro
Phone: (760)534-2302
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Foundation Center
1455

The Foundation Center-San Francisco is one of five library/learning centers operated by the Foundation Center, a national nonprofit organization headquartered in New York. The Center's mission to strengthen the nonprofit sector by advancing knowledge about U.S. philanthropy is accomplished in part through the free information and grantseeker training offered to the public at our San Francisco library/learning center. We've been serving the nonprofit community of California since 1977. The Foundation Center s workshops help you master the world of foundation fundraising, proposal writing, and all that goes into getting the grants you need. We offer short training courses that are free of charge and full-day training courses at reasonable rates. Courses are offered in our five library/learning centers and in webinar format.
Topic(s): Fundraising
Location(s): San Francisco Bay Area; Online Classes/Webinars
Phone: (415) 397-0902
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Website: http://www.foundationcenter.org/sanfrancisco



Gigi Rosenberg

Gigi Rosenberg
9442

Gigi Rosenberg is an author and speaker offering workshops and presentation coaching. Her book, The Artist’s Guide To Grant Writing, published by Watson-Guptill (a division of Random House), is in its second printing. The book grew out of Gigi’s popular workshops, which empower artists to craft winning proposals and fundraise for their artistic endeavors. With twenty years of experience in writing, theater, and corporate communications, Gigi also specializes in coaching artist entrepreneurs how to make stellar public presentations.
Topic(s): Fundraising; Career Development: Multiple Topic Business Training; Marketing/Communications; Education
Location(s): Online Classes/Webinars; San Francisco Bay Area; National; Other States/Regions
Phone: 503.771.0400 x
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Website: http://www.gigirosenberg.com



Independent Arts and Media
1439

Independent Arts & Media is a producer's co-op and media/culture incubator with a mission to expand civic dialogue by increasing access to independent voices. Indy Arts was founded in 2000 to provide resources and support for media, arts and cultural programs and producers who are doing important work, but who lack support from existing commercial media outlets and traditional arts institutions. Indy Arts  production, sponsorship, promotional, educational and support services are always free or affordable, and strengthen a culture of democracy in which individuals fully participate in their communities through vibrant arts, media and public affairs experiences
Topic(s): Fundraising; Financial Management and Accounting; Marketing/Communications; Management/Strategic Planning
Location(s): San Francisco Bay Area
Phone: (415) 738-4975
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Website: http://www.artsandmedia.net



Joan Mitchell Foundation

Joan Mitchell Foundation
14338

The Joan Mitchell Foundation provides emergency support to US based visual artists working in the mediums of painting, sculpture, and/or drawing, who have suffered significant losses after natural or manmade disasters that have affected their community. Artists who have been negatively impacted due to catastrophic situations of this nature can apply to the Foundation for funding. Please contact the Joan Mitchell Foundation for additional information at grantsupport@joanmitchellfoundation.org.
Topic(s): Financial Management and Accounting; Fundraising; Legal Issues; Advocacy; Other; Education
Location(s): Central Valley; Online Classes/Webinars; San Francisco Bay Area; National; North Coast; California Statewide; Los Angeles Metro; Other States/Regions; Inland Empire; South Bay Area; San Diego
Phone: (212) 524-0100 x
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Website: http://joanmitchellfoundation.org/artist-programs/artist-grants/emergency



Judith Teitelman

Judith Teitelman Consulting
1367

Judith Teitelman brings more than 25 years of experience in helping grass roots and mid-sized organizations and large institutions strengthen their management and resource generating capacities and effectively plan for the future. She is a strong proponent of management initiatives designed to examine and challenge long-standing assumptions about nonprofit administration, and is committed to helping organizations rethink "business as usual." Judith is also a mentor and professional advisor to artists working in all disciplines. A skilled and innovative designer and facilitator of meetings and retreats, she regularly works with Boards of Directors and staff to institute positive and impactful change within their organizations. Between 1994 and 1996 — the last three years of the program — Judith served as a Planning Consultant to the National Endowment for the Arts Advancement Program: assisting organizations in a process of self-assessment, financial and statistical data review, and strategic long-range planning, and participating in the development of regional and national seminars and workshops. The Los Angeles County Arts Commission contracted Judith as a Technical Assistance Specialist for more than a decade, and she worked with the Flintridge Foundation’s Nonprofit Leadership Program in a similar capacity during the program’s four-year history. Her national consulting practice, established in 1990 and based in Los Angeles, provides a full range of services tailored to meet the unique vision and particular needs of each organization and artist. The services offered by Judith Teitelman Consulting include: long-range strategic planning, needs and program assessments, meeting and retreat facilitation, nonprofit administration training, resource development, executive leadership coaching and board and staff development. In her parallel realm, Judith recently completed her first novel, a magical realist tale entitled, "Guesthouse for Ganesha."
Topic(s): Executive Coaching; Fundraising; Facilitation; Management/Strategic Planning; Board Development
Location(s): National
Phone: 323- 661-0987
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Kala Art Institute
1440

Kala Art Institute's mission is to help artists sustain their creative efforts over time through its Artist-in- Residence and Fellowship Programs, and to increase appreciation of this work through exhibitions, public programming and educational efforts. Artists at Kala are encouraged to produce innovative artwork of the highest quality, and are given total freedom to realize their artistic vision using media that span the Gutenberg to digital eras. Artists are also provided with a number of professional development opportunities, and a spirit of exchange and education is nurtured through artist involvement in exhibitions, special events, lectures, teaching, and classroom experience. Additionally, Kala is committed to offering quality art education to the general public and public school children through its on-site program of classes and workshops and its Artists in Schools program, established in 1991, providing multiple-week artist-led instruction to students in East Bay public schools and summer programs.
Topic(s): Fundraising; Technology Training
Location(s): San Francisco Bay Area
Phone: (510) 549-2977
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Website: http://www.kala.org



Kamella Tate

KTA/LLC
1366

For the last four years, we have focused much of our work on assessment and evaluation at the program and institutional levels. We provide start-to-finish evaluation services, including workplan design, literature reviews and resource compilation, instrument development and piloting, data collection (scaled surveys, focus groups, interviews, observation, document review, etc.), data analysis (quantitative, qualitative, mixed-methods), preparation of reports and white papers, and management of research assistants and analysts
Topic(s): Board Development; Marketing/Communications; Financial Management and Accounting; Fundraising; Human Resources/Staff Training; Management/Strategic Planning
Location(s): California Statewide
Phone: 818-753-8438
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Marin Arts Council
1441

For 26 years, the Marin Arts Council has championed the arts, ensuring that the arts are woven into Marin s infrastructure, making our quality of life one of the best in the nation. We support artists by providing grants, sponsorships and programs that provide direct financial support to keep artists and future artists living and working in Marin. We promote the arts through major civic celebrations, by showcasing and promoting local performing artists and arts organizations, and by advocating for increased funding and recognition of the arts overall. The Marin Arts Council engage the community by bridging cultural, economic and social divides, by working to ensure access to the experience and practice of the arts to every resident in Marin, and most especially to those with limited resources and opportunities.
Topic(s): Fundraising; Leadership; Networking/Field Learning
Location(s): North Coast
Phone: (415) 499-8350
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Website: http://www.marinarts.org



Nonprofit Resource Center
10046

The Nonprofit Resource Center has been providing comprehensive services and support to nonprofit organizations in the Sacramento region since 1989. Offering comprehensive resources, from a professionally-staffed library, access to a grant funder database, from fundraising workshops to management networking, the Center enables new and existing nonprofits to improve management, operations, fund development, marketing & public relations, board development and more. 
Topic(s): Financial Management and Accounting; Executive Coaching; Fundraising; Leadership; Non Profit Job Opportunities; Management Training; Human Resources/Staff Training; Management/Strategic Planning; Marketing/Communications; Volunteer Management; Board Development
Location(s): Central Valley; Online Classes/Webinars
Phone: x
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Website: http://www.nprcenter.org



Quinn Associates Arts Management Institute
1442

The Arts Management Institute (AMI) was founded in 2007 to provide arts-focused management training for arts administrators, board members, and volunteers who are seeking the skills necessary to take their organizations to the next level of success. AMI Essentials courses are taught by experienced arts managers, and provide participants with hands-on learning opportunities, as well as big picture  coaching aimed at meeting the strategic needs of your organization. Founder Nancy Quinn has 25 years of experience in the field, and holds an MBA in Arts Administration from the Anderson School of Management at UCLA. Her firm, Quinn Associates, has provided hundreds of small and midsized arts organizations with grantwriting, PR, strategic planning, and other key services since its founding in 1988. Nancy served as an Adjunct Faculty member at California College of the Arts in 2007, and teaches grantwriting throughout California under the auspices of the Center for Cultural Innovation.
Topic(s): Board Development; Fundraising; Marketing/Communications; Management/Strategic Planning
Location(s): San Francisco Bay Area
Phone: (415) 621-3186
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Website: http://www.quinn-assoc.com



San Francisco Bay Area Capacity Builders of Color Directory
1444

San Francisco Bay Area Capacity Builders of Color Directory aims to help community-based organizations, nonprofits and foundations identify prospective consultants of color and to aid consultants of color working with the nonprofit sector in the San Francisco Bay Area to get the word out about the services they offer.
Topic(s): Advocacy; Fundraising; Marketing/Communications
Location(s): San Francisco Bay Area; South Bay Area; North Coast

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Website: http://www.bayareaconsultantsofcolor.org



San Francisco Film Society
1445

The San Francisco Film Society is proud to present a full range of Filmmaker Education classes designed to help students at all levels gather the knowledge and skills they need to succeed as filmmakers from concept and creation to execution and exhibition. The program features 20 30 classes per tri-quarterly session, organized to guide students organically through the filmmaking process. Our instructors are working professionals with a passion for nurturing filmmakers at all stages of their careers. Whether you re a filmmaker, film aficionado or seeking professional or personal development, Filmmaker Education will empower you within a vibrant community of artists and unleash your creative energy in pursuit of cinematic excellence. Presented in partnership with Film Arts Foundation
Topic(s): Fundraising; Legal Issues; Marketing/Communications; Technology Training
Location(s): San Francisco Bay Area
Phone: (415) 561-5048
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Website: http://www.sffs.org



Yesenia Sanchez

Soleil Coaching & Consulting
9405

Yesenia Sanchez, Soleil Coaching & Consulting, is a professional coach and arts management consultant based in the San Francisco Bay Area. She has over ten years experience working with artists and arts organizations as a financial manager, administrative director, program director, coach and consultant. Previously, she ran one of the largest artist incubation programs in the country and is a founding member of C2Arts –Consultants and Coaches for the Arts (www.c2arts.com). Yesenia has served as a panelist for San Francisco Arts Commission, San Francisco Foundation & Grants for the Arts “Best Practices Series", and the  National Performing Arts Convention. She is a featured author in the newly published Center for Cultural Innovation's Business of Art© book, authoring the chapter on financial literacy for artists. Yesenia believes in an integrated, left-brain, right-brain approach to coaching and consulting uniquely suited for artists and arts organizations.
Topic(s): Financial Management and Accounting; Executive Coaching; Fundraising; Facilitation; Leadership; Management Training; Human Resources/Staff Training; Programming; Career Development: Multiple Topic Business Training; Management/Strategic Planning; Volunteer Management
Location(s): Online Classes/Webinars; San Francisco Bay Area
Phone: (415) 216-7625 x
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Website: http://www.soleilcoach.com



The CBO Center
1450

The mission of The CBO Center is to build the professional capacity of nonprofit organizations serving the East Bay. The CBO Center fulfills it mission by improving individual performance, increasing organizational effectiveness, and promoting sector accountability. The CBO Center is carrying out its mission through five core strategies: It Takes a Village supports and strengthens nonprofit leaders by creating opportunities for peer learning and support through roundtables, mentoring, peer coaching, and sector convening's. The Capacity Building Workshop Series provides accessible, affordable training. The curriculum is designed to introduce important concepts in organizational leadership and governance and to enhance individual and team performance. The CBO Center also offers workshops in partnership with consultants and other management support organizations to bring their excellent programs to the East Bay. Blueprint for Excellence utilizes the considerable expertise of CBO Center staff and select consultants to help improve organizational effectiveness and accountability through on-site consulting and executive and relationship coaching. The CBO Center's information & resources services provide access to a wealth of information about local and national resources on nonprofit management, board governance, training, funding research, professional development, and nonprofit consulting. Information can be accessed through the Center's website, by phone or via email. One Voice, the CBO Center's public policy strategy, encourages civic participation and engagement through its Public Policy Committee, and its work with the Policy Council of the California Association of Nonprofits and CAN's Regional Partners Policy Network.
Topic(s): Board Development; Marketing/Communications; Financial Management and Accounting; Fundraising; Human Resources/Staff Training; Management/Strategic Planning
Location(s): San Francisco Bay Area; Online Classes/Webinars
Phone: (925) 969-3159
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Website: http://www.cbocenter.org



Theatre Bay Area
1451

Theatre Bay Area is one of the largest and most respected regional performing arts service organizations in the nation. Its membership is drawn from 11 Bay Area counties and includes 300 theatre companies and some 2,400 individual artists. The Bay Area is home to one of the most dynamic theatre communities in the country; the region boasts more theatre companies per capita than any other metropolitan area in the United States, houses the third largest community of Equity (union) actors, and premieres some 200 new plays each year. Theatre Bay Area's mission is to unite, strengthen, promote and advance the theatre community in the San Francisco Bay Area, working on behalf of our conviction that the performing arts are an essential public good, critical to a healthy and truly democratic society, and invaluable as a source of personal enrichment and growth. Visit theatrebayarea.org for more information. 
Topic(s): Fundraising; Management/Strategic Planning; Marketing/Communications; Board Development
Location(s): San Francisco Bay Area
Phone: (415) 430-1140
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Website: http://www.theatrebayarea.org



William Moreno

William Moreno Consulting
1363

As a practiced, visionary leader in the non-profit and corporate sectors, William Moreno possesses substantial executive expertise in the areas of strategic planning, development and fundraising, marketing, public relations and cultural programming. He has held positions as an Executive Director and Board member and has helped establish several non-profit organizations; he leads a fundraising workshop at Loyola-Marymount University. His clients range from the visual to the performing arts and everything in-between. During his corporate career, he worked in a variety of executive marketing, sales, training and senior organizational consultant positions. William is also a curator, writer and art advisor/coach working with individual artists or executive directors/senior staff on organizational issues, career development, personal effectiveness and helping them maneuver the creative world.
Topic(s): Fundraising; Facilitation; Programming; Management/Strategic Planning; Marketing/Communications; Board Development
Location(s): National
Phone: 213-804-5901
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