David Stolow is the Faculty Director for the Public and Nonprofit MBA Program at the Boston University School of Management, where he also teaches courses related to nonprofit management, finance, and social enterprise and serves as a core instructor with the Institute for Nonprofit Management and Leadership. Prior to his role at BU, David was Director of Strategic Development at Citizen Schools, Director of Finance for TERC, and Chief Financial Officer for City Year when it launched its national expansion, Boston Community Capital, and The Home for Little Wanderers. David received his Master’s Degree in Public and Private Management from the Yale School of Management and his Bacheor’s from Yale University. David has served as an advisor, trainer, and community partner of New Sector for several years.
David received his Master’s Degree in Public and Private Management from the Yale School of Management and his Bacheor’s from Yale University.
What do you find inspirational, motivating, or meaningful about New Sector?
New Sector is a fantastic pipeline of aspiring leaders for the organizations I care about most. The people and organizations of New Sector blend competency and compassion to strengthen our community and heal our world.