Nonprofit leaders are continuously challenged to secure funding, to maximize their real estate, to prove their credit-worthiness, and more. In a pandemic like COVID-19, these struggles have intensified, but leaders’ commitments to good information and smart decision-making must endure. In this two-part webinar series, three long-time nonprofit advisors will empower responsive, actionable, and durable planning efforts by sharing their best practices and newest insights. The first webinar will take a 3-month perspective and address short-term challenges and opportunities, while the second webinar will examine a 3-year landscape.
Paul G. Wolf
Co-President, Denham Wolf Real Estate Services
Paul is an established leader in the field of real estate, with more than 30 years of development, brokerage, and nonprofit consulting experience. Paul’s expertise is shaped by a breadth and depth of experience in New York City real estate and is proven by his strong record of realizing complex projects. As an industry leader, Paul’s insights and creative approaches, together with those of Co-President Jon Denham, provide the underlying framework for all of Denham Wolf’s services. As a principal of Denham Wolf, Paul has provided strategic guidance and technical expertise for a range of arts, cultural, community development, healthcare, social service, and educational organizations in New York City. Prior to co-founding Denham Wolf in 1998, Paul served as Senior Vice President of Asset Management at the New York City Economic Development Corporation. He currently serves on the board of the STREB Lab for Action Mechanics.