From Risk Management to Risk Leadership
How can you avoid having the financial update hit the fan? Learn how to control the downside of a project that stretches the financial capacity of your organization, and how to maximize the rewards of doing what the arts are meant to do: challenge the status quo and take risks.
How can you avoid having the financial update hit the fan? Learn how to control the downside of a project that stretches the financial capacity of your organization, and how to maximize the rewards of doing what the arts are meant to do: challenge the status quo and take risks. What sort of financial oversight is necessary to ensure that the board is fully informed and confident, and that both board and staff are working from good information and solid analysis?
October 31, 2019 | 8:45 AM - 10:45 AM
Atrium, CSI Spadina
192 Spadina Ave
8:45 am Registration opens
9:00 am Opening Remarks by Jini Stolk, Toronto Arts Foundation Research Fellow
9:05 am Presentation by Karine Jaouich, COO of Community Food Centres Canada
9:30 am Panel Discussion
10:00 am Questions & Answers
10:15 am Closing Remarks/Announcements
Refreshments and networking to follow.
Space is limited. Registration is required. Contact Alexandra Loewen at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone (416) 392-6802 x215
Karine Jaouich has been working in operational and financial roles with nonprofit organizations for the last 18 years. Her strengths are in supporting organizations especially during periods of growth and change. Creating new systems and processes for implementing innovations is one of her core competencies. Her ability to manage organizational risk while they innovate has been an important part of her work. Karine just started working at Community Food Centres Canada as their COO where she's supporting organizational and system development of the growing national organization. She was also the COO at Center for Social Innovation where she led the purchasing of multiple buildings, Community Bond implementation, development and construction projects, and the establishment of co-working operations. Karine also had similar operational roles at Local Food Plus and FoodShare. At Local Food Plus Karine also led, along numerous other projects, the development of a local sustainable farmer and produce database project. At FoodShare, Karine was responsible for the organization’s operations, urban agriculture and kitchen programs, as well as a complicated capital project and three relocation projects. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Environmental Science from the University of Guelph.