Who's Who at NFF

Antony Bugg-Levine: CEO
Kristin Giantris: Managing Director, Advisory Services
Kelly Goff: Team Assistant
Norah McVeigh: Managing Director, Financial Services
Craig Reigel: Chief Financial Officer
Jennifer Talansky: Managing Director, Knowledge & Impact
Karen Tang: Fellow


Cassandra Archbold: Director, Investment Underwriter
Brendan Beier: Director, New Markets Tax Credits
Anne Dyjak: Vice President & Chief Investment Officer
Yan Li Jiang: Associate
Jennifer Kawar: Director, Investment Officer
Will Lanier: Analyst

Norah McVeigh: Managing Director, Financial Services
Gilda Moussazadeh: Senior Associate, Loan Administrator
Amanda Mwamuka: Senior Associate, Portfolio Management
Nancy Nichols: Senior Associate, Closing Specialist
David Streim: Manager, Investment Underwriting
Kristine Teaño: Associate Director


Kristine Alvarez: Associate Director
Alice Richardson Antonelli: Director
Dana Britto: Senior Associate
Julia Bromka: Associate Director, Capital Partners
Rebekah Caton: Analyst
Alexandra Chan: Manager
Rodney Christopher: Vice President 
(Currently Senior Fellow, Social Investment Practice, The F. B. Heron Foundation)
Jasson Crockett: Analyst
Alex Epps: Fellow
Christiana Fischer: Manager
Angela Francis: Manager
David Friedkin: Analyst
Kristin Giantris: Managing Director, Advisory Services

Emily Guthman: Director
Renee Hayden: Associate Director
Rachel Heitler: Senior Associate
Dominique Hugg: Coordinator
Casey Johnson: Analyst
Peter Kramer: Manager
Nima Krodel: Associate Director
Jessica LaBarbera: Director
Sherr Lo: Associate
Sandi Clement McKinley: Director
Sonia Montoya: Senior Associate
Trishna Nath: Associate
Braulio Felipe Ocampo: Coordinator
Jina Paik: Associate Director
William Pinakiewicz: Vice President
Philip Rosenbloom: Manager
Rebecca Thomas: Vice President


Tessa Borelli: AssociateKnowledge & Communications
Anjali Deshmukh: Director, Knowledge & Communications
Jennifer Talansky: Managing Director, Knowledge & Impact

Andrea Briscoe: Vice President, Human Capital
Joanne Cheung: Senior Grant Accountant
Melanie Ng: Associate, Accounts Payable/Accounts Receivable
Ingrid Rasmussen: Vice President, Financial Planning & Analysis
Craig Reigel: Chief Financial Officer
Jeremiah Rosario: Office Assistant
Ariana Sainez: Human Capital Analyst

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Selected Biographies

Antony Bugg-Levine
(Photo credit: Jai Catalano)







Antony Bugg-Levine: CEO
Antony Bugg-Levine is the CEO of Nonprofit Finance Fund, a national nonprofit and financial intermediary that unlocks the potential of mission-driven organizations through tailored investment, strategic advice, and accessible insights. In this role, he oversees more than $340million of investment capital and a national consulting practice, and works with a range of philanthropic, private sector and government partners to develop and implement innovative approaches to financing social change. Mr. Bugg-Levine writes and speaks on the evolution of the social sector and the emergence of the global impact investing industry. He is the co-author ofImpact Investing: Transforming How We Make Money While Making a Difference (Wiley, 2011). 

As a Managing Director at the Rockefeller Foundation, Mr. Bugg-Levine designed and led the initiative, Harnessing the Power of Impact Investing. He is the founding board chair of the Global Impact Investing Network and convened the 2007 meeting that coined the phrase “impact investing.” 

Previously, Mr. Bugg-Levine was the country director for Kenya and Uganda for TechnoServe, a nongovernmental organization that develops and implements business solutions to rural poverty. Earlier in his career, as a consultant with McKinsey, he advised Fortune 100 clients in the financial services and health care sectors, and helped develop new frameworks for incorporating social dynamics into corporate strategy. He is an associate adjunct professor in the Social Enterprise Program at the Columbia Business School.

Alice Richardson Antonelli: Director
Alice Antonelli, Director, joined the Philadelphia Office in 2002, and is responsible for leading consulting services initiatives, which include playing a lead role in delivery and product development; cultivating and managing client relationships; and teaching workshops and seminars. Alice was also a part of the NFF lending team, responsible for business development and underwriting loans. Prior to NFF, she worked at JPMorgan Chase as VP for the Community Development Corporation. She served as a member of the board of Narberth Presbyterian Church, and is serving as a member of the Audit Committee of Philanthropy Network Greater Philadelphia. Alice has also served as a grant panelist for the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, the New Jersey State Council on the Arts, and faculty for the NeighborWorks America Training Institute. Alice has an MBA from The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, a BS from St. Lawrence University, and is a PQAS-certified (Pennsylvania Quality Assurance System) instructor.

Tessa Borelli: Associate
Tessa is an Associate in the Knowledge and Communications department, and contributes to NFF’s communications, marketing and social media. Prior to joining Knowledge and Communications, she provided operational and programmatic support to Advisory Services in the San Francisco and Los Angeles sites. Outside of NFF, Tessa has served as the Associate Director of Admission at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music to recruit young musicians to one of the nation’s premier conservatories. She also worked for the Youth Leadership Institute as a Training Coordinator, Human Resources Liaison and Assistant to the Vice President of Community Based Programs. Tessa holds a Bachelor of Music degree from Mannes College of Music in New York and a Master of Music Degree from the San Francisco Conservatory of Music. 

Dana Britto: Senior Associate
Dana has been with NFF since 2008 and is a core member of the Advisory Services team in New York. As a Senior Associate, Dana delivers customized client consultations and workshops with both funders and nonprofits, including business model assessments, capitalization planning and financial literacy coaching. Dana’s experience as a lender with NFF’s Financial Services provides her with a holistic perspective of nonprofits, which she has employed with contributions to NFF’s Social Currency Blog. Prior to joining NFF, she spent two years working with Homes for the Homeless, one of the largest providers of transitional housing in the country. She holds a B.A. in Political Science from Amherst College.

Julia Bromka: Associate Director
Julia is an Associate Director in the Capital Partners Group. In this role, Julia prepares high-performing organizations to raise capital in service of changing or growing their business model and impact.  Prior to joining NFF, Julia managed the finance department at Citizen Schools while the organization tripled its operating budget in three years and quadrupled its programs. She also took part in Edna McConnell Clark Foundations Growth Capital Aggregation Project (GCAP), one of Capital Partners pilot engagements, an experience which ultimately led her back to NFF after graduate school. Julia has also consulted to a variety of growing social enterprises including Revolution Foods, a low-income, healthy school lunch provider and Mandela Marketplace, seeding locally owned health-focused businesses in Oakland. She received her B.A. from Bowdoin College and her M.B.A. from the Haas School of Business at UC Berkeley with a Certificate in Public Health Nutrition.

Rebekah Caton: Analyst
Rebekah Caton is an Analyst on the Advisory Services team that guides initiatives through the business development, project management, and advisory service processes. She is also responsible for client management, financial analysis of nonprofit organizations, provision of services to clients in partnership with consulting staff, and supporting new business development. Prior to NFF, Rebekah worked as a Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL) instructor with Peace Corps Madagascar and as the Web and Audio Editor for PennSound, an audio poetry archive based out of the University of Pennsylvania, her alma mater.

Rodney Christopher: Vice President
(Currently Senior Fellow, Social Investment Practice, The F. B. Heron Foundation)
Rodney Christopher serves as Vice President, Consulting Services at Nonprofit Finance Fund, where he has been employed from 1992 to 1996 and again since 2001. As one of NFF's most broadly experienced team members, Rodney's clients are both nonprofits and foundations, and he divides his time between custom engagements, client coaching, public presentations, product development and training NFF staff. In the five years between his two stints at NFF, Rodney worked in television production — as Story Coordinator at All My Children and as a Script P.A. on Saturday Night Live. He has an MS in Urban Policy Analysis and Management from The New School and a BA summa cum laude in Social Sciences with a minor in dance and theater from Bard College at Simon's Rock (the nation's first early college), which established a scholarship fund in his name in 2006 to help its students afford study abroad. Rodney is the Board Treasurer for Fractured Atlas, a technology-driven national service organization for artists and arts organizations.

Anjali Deshmukh: Director
Anjali is Director of Knowledge & Communications at Nonprofit Finance Fund. She is responsible for writing, editing, graphic design, and project management for NFF's public media, including research reports, articles, blogs, and marketing documents. Previous to NFF, she held a variety of communications-related positions, including working as a writer at LaPlaca Cohen, a marketing firm specializing in services to cultural institutions, and as an Americorps Vista volunteer at the Massachusetts Housing and Shelter Alliance. She received her BA from Amherst College and MFA from the Rhode Island School of Design. She is a Fulbright Scholar in Fine Arts and continues to be involved in the arts; her work can be viewed at anjalideshmukh.com.

Anne Dyjak: Vice President & Chief Investment Officer
Anne is the Chief Investment Officer and Vice President at Nonprofit Finance Fund. Anne is responsible for developing financial solutions to meet the needs of the communities NFF serves. Anne joined NFF in 2005 following a 22 year career in traditional financial services. She has held diverse positions, most recently as Chief Credit Officer at NFF where she was responsible for credit quality nationwide. Prior to joining NFF, Anne was the Northeast region Chief Operations Officer at Wachovia Bank where she was responsible for oversight of a $600 million portfolio of commercial loans and direct management of a $75 million distressed loan portfolio. She has extensive experience in management, analysis, strategic planning, risk management and organizational development. She has served as the Finance Director of a nonprofit organization. She is active in community service and has served in various board officer capacities. Anne has a degree in Agricultural Economics from Rutgers University.

Christiana Fischer: Manager
Christiana Fischer is a Manager in Advisory Services based in the New England office. Christiana works directly with clients to support the development of budgets, business models, financial analysis and facilitates strategic conversations with board and staff. Christiana also regularly presents at regional and national NFF workshops and supports national NFF initiatives such as NFF’s Pay for Success program. Prior to coming to NFF, Christiana worked in higher-education at Wentworth Institute of Technology, facilitating campus/community partnerships to provide mutually beneficial project opportunities for students, faculty and nonprofits and community based organizations in the Mission Hill and Fenway neighborhoods of Boston. Christiana has a BA in English and an MBA specializing in Public and Nonprofit Management from Boston University. 

Angela Francis: Manager
Angela is a Manager at Nonprofit Finance Fund. Based in Philadelphia, she works with NFF’s Western Region team to manage capacity building initiatives across the country, including two multi-year grantmaking projects: one with social service providers and one focused on youth-serving arts institutions. Angela shares our findings from this work by drafting reports and regular blog contributions for our partners. Prior to NFF, she was a grantwriter at Isles, Inc., a nonprofit community development corporation engaged in a broad range of neighborhood revitalization activities in Trenton, New Jersey. A graduate of The Pennsylvania State University, she holds degrees in Advertising and Women’s Studies. Outside of NFF, Angela serves as a board member for Spiral Q Puppet Theater and an advisory board member for Public Herald.

David Friedkin: Analyst
David Friedkin is an Analyst in Advisory Services. In this role, he supports the business development team in advancing strategic initiatives and improving the effectiveness of resource mobilization. David is also on NFF’s Pay for Success team, where he manages PayforSuccess.org and associated social media efforts. He has leant critical coordinating support to NFF’s CEO and the organization’s strategic planning process. Previously, David worked as a consultant for World Learning, an international education and development organization, and as an analyst for a real estate investment firm. He also received the World Partners Fellowship from the American Jewish World Service to spend a year working for an NGO in Mumbai, India. David graduated with a BSBA in Finance and Arabic from Washington University in St. Louis. Above all, David loves to cook, eat, travel, dance, and overlay his California lifestyle on a fast-paced New York City life.

Kristin Giantris: Managing Director 
Kristin is Managing Director, Advisory Services, and directs the business development and relationship management efforts for a number of strategic, national partnerships and innovative financing and funding initiatives. Kristin’s professional experience combines 20 years of economic development and debt financing in both the nonprofit and for profit sectors. Prior to joining NFF, Kristin was a Vice President at Citigroup Global Markets in debt origination and came to Citigroup after an initial career in the nonprofit sector, working for an international nonprofit organization, Volunteers in Overseas Cooperative Assistance. Kristin earned a Masters Degree in Public Affairs from the School of International and Public Affairs at Columbia University and a BA in Political Science from Kenyon College.

Emily Guthman: Director
Emily is Director, Strategic Innovation. In this role, Emily directs NFF’s efforts around strategic initiative development, design and implementation nationally, designs innovative financing and funding programs, stewards stakeholder relationships and actively encourages a culture of innovation across the enterprise.  Her responsibilities include establishing and running a structure for sourcing innovations, assessing ideas advanced by stakeholders and staff and bringing successful innovations to scale.  Prior to joining NFF, Emily worked at Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC) where she managed federal funding operations and was responsible for government development efforts. She has also worked as a funder at the Fannie Mae Foundation, as well as in local government with the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors. Emily holds a BA from Emory University, a Master of Public Policy in Community Development and Nonprofit Management from the University of Southern California, and a certificate in leadership from Columbia University’s Graduate School of Business.

Yan Li Jiang: Associate
Yan Li Jiang is an Associate in Financial Services, whose role includes client communication, financial analysis, market research and data management. Yan is also responsible for assisting in preparing reports and presentations and supporting senior staff in a variety of functions related to delivery of financial products. Prior to joining NFF, she was a Portfolio Manager at the Fund for the City of New York, and provided financial management support to various nonprofit organizations. Previously Yan served as a Senior Loan Consultant at Accion USA, a microfinance organization that provides loans to small businesses in the US. She has also worked in the small business support sector, supporting small businesses in New York City access loans and delivering financial training with the NYC Business Solutions center. Yan earned her BA in Economics from Barnard College, Columbia University.

Jennifer Kawar: Director, Investment Officer 
Jennifer Kawar is Director, Investment Officer for Nonprofit Finance Fund. Before joining NFF in 2009, Jennifer worked as a consultant to financial services companies and private investors, evaluating acquisitions and sourcing capital. She has more than a decade of experience in Business Development, Underwriting, Portfolio Management and Credit Administration for financial institutions including Bank of America and GE Capital. Jennifer began her career in finance as a Securities Analyst for TIAA-CREF, a nonprofit Fortune 100 financial services organization.

Jennifer is committed to increasing access to capital and financial literacy in underserved sectors and communities. She co-chairs the Emergency Loan Fund Committee for Northern California Grantmakers and serves on the Housing Advisory Committee for the City of Berkeley, California, and on the Development and Audit Committees at Black Pine Circle School.. She received an MBA from the Columbia University Graduate School of Business, and has dual undergraduate degrees in English and Business Administration from the University of California, Berkeley.

Peter Kramer: Manager
Peter is a Manager on the National Advisory Services team. He staffs and manages a number of special projects and initiatives, as well as local advisory services engagements. Most recently, Peter played key roles in developing, testing, and now enhancing and promoting NFF’s new data analysis platforms.  He also manages the Boston-based Catalyst Fund for Nonprofits, a funder collaborative that supports technical assistance for nonprofit collaborations and mergers. Peter spent a year in NFF’s Capital Partners division and previously worked for El Pomar Foundation, a private foundation focused on philanthropy and leadership development in the state of Colorado. Peter holds a Bachelor of Arts in English Literature and Spanish Language & Literature from the University of Colorado at Boulder. He currently serves on the Young Advisory Board and Finance Committee of Brooke Charter Schools.

Nima Krodel: Associate Director
Nima is an Associate Director in Chicago. She advises NFF’s clients on growth, capitalization, business model restructuring, strategic financial planning and Social Impact Bonds/Pay For Success efforts. Previously, she managed NFF’s New England and Western Region Financial Services business development and loan underwriting. Prior to joining NFF, Nima worked for Goldman Sachs in the Municipal Finance and Infrastructure Group, where she covered non-profit healthcare and government clients. Nima has served on numerous boards and committees, including co-chair for Northern California Grantmakers Emergency Loan Fund, the career development committee of the Young Nonprofit Professionals Network, and finance committee member of Asian Pacific Islander American Health Forum, a national health policy nonprofit. Nima received an MBA from the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College and a BA in Economics from Northwestern University.

Jessica LaBarbera: Director
Jessica serves as Director, Strategic Innovation at Nonprofit Finance Fund (NFF) and in that role primarily focuses on supporting evolutions in the social impact investing space in addition to managing special initiatives and leading strategic consulting work with nonprofit clients. She has also served as NFF’s California Market Director leading program growth and product delivery in California and overseeing initiatives statewide.  Previously, she was a Vice President at Citi Community Capital, a division of Citigroup Global Markets Inc., where she provided structured financing and relationship management to national nonprofit and Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI) clients. Jessica has also served as a consultant to municipal government social service agencies, nonprofit advocacy organizations and direct service providers. She holds an MPA in Nonprofit Management from Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs and a BA in Sociology from the University of Virginia.

Sandi Clement McKinley: Director
Sandi is NFF’s Director of Advisory Services responsible for overseeing NFF’s consulting services practice in the six-state New England region, while providing strategic direction to the Eastern Region as a whole. Sandi is recognized within NFF and beyond as a thought leader on strategy and effectiveness and is a key member of the national and regional Advisory Services leadership teams responsible for designing program initiatives that meet the evolving needs of both funders and nonprofits.

Sandi brings over 19 years’ experience to NFF, having served in a senior administration capacity for several organizations including the Institute of Contemporary Art, at American Repertory Theatre at Harvard University and the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania. Prior to joining NFF in 2007 she was an executive-level consultant providing strategic planning and philanthropic advice to major foundations, family offices, corporate foundations and their grantees. Armed with a passionate interest in promoting capital-wise practices that support long-term change, she serves on several nonprofit boards and regularly speaks and writes about the role of mission-driven institutions in the community. Sandi has an MBA from the Simmons School of Management, an M.A. from the University of Pennsylvania and a B.A. from Rosemont College.

Norah McVeigh: Managing Director, Financial Services
Norah is Managing Director, Financial Services. In this role she is responsible for NFF’s investing products which include on and off balance sheet lending, New Market Tax Credits, credit enhancement and asset-building products. She manages staff that oversee financing from origination to portfolio management.  Her portfolio includes a $60 million loan portfolio, and a $231 million NMTC portfolio, among others. She is also responsible for the capitalization, raising investment capital and managing investor relations. Working across the organization she helps develop and operationalize new impact investing products and key partnerships.  Before joining NFF in 1993, she worked at the Housing Development Fund in Stamford, Connecticut. Previously, she worked for International Voluntary Services, where, among other positions, she administered a program in Ecuador that provided assistance to rural communities. Norah holds a Masters in Public and Private Management from The Yale School of Management and a BS from Georgetown University.

Nancy Nichols: Senior Associate, Closing Specialist 
Nancy is a Senior Associate, Loan Closing Specialist in the Financial Services department at NFF and specializes in the preparation and review of loan documentation and the closing of lending transactions.  Nancy spent several years in the Commercial Real Estate Department of Fried, Frank where she supervised the real estate paralegals in complex commercial transactions. She became interested in nonprofit work when she volunteered to become involved in a pro bono project undertaken by the firm that involved the capturing of the historical record of the conflict in Liberia from Liberian refugees for The Liberian Truth and Reconciliation Commission. In addition, Nancy worked as a paralegal for Loews Cineplex Entertainment Corporation, the owner of Loews Movie Theatres. She has a Certificate in Paralegal Studies from New York University and is a graduate of the University of Massachusetts in Amherst with a degree in Zoology. She enjoys studying human anatomy and physiology and is a certified Personal Trainer, presently studying athletic training. 

Jina Paik: Associate Director
Jina Paik joined Nonprofit Finance Fund (NFF) in 2008. As Associate Director of Advisory Services, Jina oversees NFF’s Metropolitan New York region in the delivery of strategic financial advisory services and manages business development, funder initiatives, and relationship building across the market. As a senior consultant, Jina leads advisory engagements that help nonprofits with business plans, management tools, needs assessments and financial management coaching. Jina brings over fifteen years experience in both the nonprofit and philanthropic sectors, including the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation and Helene Fuld Health Trust. In addition to her work at NFF, Jina is a Finance Committee member of DanceNYC, which serves New York City’s dance community through advocacy, research and convenings. Jina holds an M.S. from the Milano Graduate School in Urban Policy Analysis where she was awarded the Kaplan Leadership Award for Excellence, and a Bachelors in Fine Arts from Carnegie Mellon University.

William Pinakiewicz: Vice President
Bill leads NFF’s consulting practice in the Eastern Region. He specializes in innovative strategic financial management services for nonprofits that support expanded capital access and advance financial sustainability. On the national front, Bill is a senior member of the NFF team working to build the capacity in the U.S. social sector that is required for outcomes-driven, pay-for-success financing approaches, such as the Social Impact Bond. He speaks and writes regularly on these topics, and his commentary has been featured in articles in The New York Times, Institutional Investor Magazine, The Chronicle of Philanthropy and elsewhere. In addition to his experience as an executive and board member in local educational and philanthropic organizations, Bill also brings 20 years of finance and capital markets experience from his career in investment banking and private banking in the U.S., Europe, the Middle East and Africa to his work at NFF. Bill currently serves as Treasurer of Boston’s Higher Ground, a collective-impact nonprofit inspired by the Harlem Children’s Zone.

Craig Reigel: Chief Financial Officer
Craig is Chief Financial Officer. He joined NFF after serving as a project based consultant to the nascent Capital Partners business for over a year. The core of his work is attracting essential patient capital to high potential nonprofits, improving the allocation of capital within the sector. Craig comes to NFF with a long history of solving the dilemmas of growth in diverse environments. He has been a consultant to for-profit industry leaders, both with Bain & Company and independently, advising on a variety of strategic, operational, and organizational issues. In seven years as a principal in Datagraph Systems, Inc. he has taken a small business delivering performance management tools literally from the basement to international success. In his spare time, Craig is a partner in a small wine business in San Francisco. Twice an alumnus of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, he has earned both a B.A. in Economics and an MBA from the Kenan-Flagler Business School.

Jennifer Talansky: Managing Director
Jen is Managing Director, Knowledge & Impact, responsible for NFF’s strategies and activities on thought leadership, marketing, press and social media. As part of NFF’s knowledge sharing mandate, her team conducts NFF’s annual State of the Sector survey, which gathers and shares data on the challenges and financial condition of thousands of nonprofits. Previously, Jen held marketing, branding and sales roles at Credit Suisse Asset Management, Partnerships for Parks, Hearst Magazines Brand Development, and JP Morgan’s Private Client Group. She earned a BA in English Literature from Duke University and an MS in Social Psychology from the London School of Economics and Political Science.

Rebecca Thomas: Vice President
Rebecca has strategic responsibility for national arts initiatives, funder partnerships and product development efforts that advance NFF’s profitability, visibility and impact. In this role, Rebecca advises nonprofits in areas of financial planning and management, and designs and directs grant programs on behalf of foundations. She is also the architect of Financial SCAN, an online financial data platform developed with GuideStar. Rebecca serves as a spokesperson and advocate for NFF, speaking and writing on issues of nonprofit capitalization.  She is the co-author of The Case for Change Capital in the Arts and Change Capital in Action: Lessons from Leading Arts Organizations.

Before entering the nonprofit sector, Rebecca served as Senior Economics Correspondent for Smartmoney.com, where she covered economic developments and financial markets and appeared as a commentator on CNNfn, MSNBC, and Fox. In her volunteer capacity, Rebecca serves in leadership positions on the boards of the Cultural Data Project and Jose Mateo Ballet Theatre, and is a Finance Committee member of Lark Play Development Center. Rebecca received an MBA from Columbia University and B.A. in French and International Studies from Yale University.


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NFF Board of Directors

Maria E. Blair 
NFF Board Chair

Jim Bildner 
General Partner
New Horizons Partners, LLC

Antony Bugg-Levine
Nonprofit Finance Fund

Audrey Choi
Managing Director
Morgan Stanley Global Sustainable Finance

Andrew B. Cohn
NFF Board Secretary
Kaplin Stewart Meloff Reiter & Stein, P.C. 

Stephen DeBerry
Founder and Chief Investment Officer
Bronze Investments

Tessie Guillermo
President and CEO

Lisa Hall
Managing Director of Impact Investing
Anthos Asset Management

Kimberly Johnson

Henry Ramos
Insight Center for Community Development

Robert S. Robbin
Holland & Knight, LLP

Ruth Salzman 
The Russell Berrie Foundation

Janet Thompson

David Vollmayer
NFF Board Treasurer
Liberator Management Company, LLC


Clara Miller
Clara Miller founded NFF in 1980,
and held the role of President & CEO through February 2011.