Non-Profit Motives

Gray, Carol Lippert
September 1998
Financial Executive;Sep/Oct98, Vol. 14 Issue 5, p49
Academic Journal
The article focuses on people who left their jobs in the public or private sectors to work for nonprofit organizations. George McGuinness, director of administration and finance at the Seeing Eye dog guide school, previously held the position of chief financial officer (CFO) at a New Jersey bank. Joan Netzel, controller at the SciTrek science and technology museum, had been employed at the quasi-governmental agency New Mexico Mortgage Finance Authority. Michael Manning, the former CFO of M-C Industries, works for the Charlotte (North Carolina) Chamber of Commerce as its group vice president for organizational development. William Aiken, chief financial officer at the Jewish Child Care Association of New York, had a work history that included the Long Island Rail Road. INSET: Switching Gears..


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