In case you missed it, FMA’s Hilda Polanco joined a panel of experts from the foundation and consulting worlds to discuss the role of peer learning in building nonprofit capacity. The panel was hosted by Philanthropy New York and featured an enthusiastic audience in the room as well as nearly fifty viewers who tuned into the livestream broadcast of the event. You can view the recording here below:
Learn more about the participants and other upcoming events by visiting the Philanthropy New York website here. FMA has a distinguished track-record of harnessing the power of peer learning to improve capacity-building, most notably in the form of the Strategic Financial Management Initiative on behalf of the Wallace Foundation. An independent formal evaluation showed that FMA’s intervention improved participants’ capacity to manage their finances. You can learn much more about this effort on our Cohort-Based Capacity-Building page right here.