Bonnie MazzaAssociate Director, Associate Director of Nonprofit Strategy and Capacity Building
Education: BA: University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MPA: NYU Robert F. Wagner School of Public Service
Service Expertise: Strategic planning, business planning, and capacity building
As Associate Director of Nonprofit Strategy and Capacity Building, Bonnie Mazza is a senior leader in TCC’s work with a range of nonprofit organizations engaged in strategic and business planning, board development, and other capacity-building efforts.
An experienced facilitator and strategist, Mazza has worked with numerous nonprofit organizations and foundations, including Nonprofit Centers Network, New York Asian Women’s Center, the American Public Health Association, New Settlement Apartments and Third Street Music School Settlement. Her philanthropic engagements have included the Ford Foundation, the James Irvine Foundation, the Margaret A. Cargill Philanthropies, and the Virginia B. Toulmin Foundation among others.
Mazza has helped craft and present a number of workshops and presentations for TCC Group, such as Leadership in Difficult Times, The Value of Organizational Culture and Leadership’s Role in Shaping It, What is Core, and The Three I’s of Foundation Effectiveness.
Mazza has fifteen years’ experience in the nonprofit sector, including prior experience in economic and international development. She has worked with organizations such as ACCION USA, Pro Mujer, and CHF International. Mazza's dedicated areas of interest include women's issues, international development, and the environment.
Mazza holds a Master of Public Administration degree in Nonprofit Management from the Robert F. Wagner School of Public Service at NYU and a Women's Studies degree from University of Massachusetts, Amherst. She has also studied with the School for International Training in Kingston, Jamaica.
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