Keynote Speaker

Full Name
John MacIntosh
Job Title
Managing Partner
Company or Organization
Speaker Bio
John spends much of his time exploring new ways that SeaChange might help nonprofits facing complex challenges. Prior to joining SeaChange in 2008, John was a partner at Warburg Pincus in that global private equity firm’s New York, Tokyo, and London offices. Earlier in his career John worked as a software engineer in Tokyo and a management consultant at Oliver Wyman. John did a mid-life masters in philosophy at the London School of Economics. John has a BSE from Princeton University and a MSc in Philosophy and Public Policy from the London School of Economics. In conjunction with his role at SeaChange, he serves as an observer on a number of nonprofit boards (or finance committees), is a trustee of John Jay Foundation and the Putney School, and is an equity investment advisor to MicroVest Capital Management. John lives in Brooklyn, New York with his wife and four daughters.
John MacIntosh

Keynote Presentation 

Tough Actions for Tough Times | Keynote Speaker

COVID-19 threatens to be an extinction-level event for nonprofits. Executive Directors and Boards need to take decisive and difficult action if the nonprofits they lead are to survive let alone thrive. SeaChange has a decade of experience working with nonprofits with respect to risk management, lending, financial analysis, mergers and sustained collaborations, restructurings and even dissolutions. In his keynote address, SeaChange Managing Partner John Macintosh will discuss the best practices that organizations are using to guide their decision making and the tough decisions they are making in response to these tough times.

Monday, June 22, 2020
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM (CDT)
Virtual Session Link