Milwaukee, WI – Eloiza Altoro has been named fund advisor of the Nonprofit Management Fund, a collaboration of eight Milwaukee-area donors that aims to raise the effectiveness of the region’s small- and mid-size organizations. In her new role, Altoro leads the Fund’s longstanding grant program to increase the individual capacity of nonprofits meeting a host of community needs, as well as ensuring that the Fund plays an active role in broader initiatives to address the strength of the sector.
“The Covid pandemic has placed Milwaukee’s nonprofits under tremendous pressure, both in how they sustain themselves, and how they fulfill their missions in a safe, effective way,” said Alicia Manning, senior program director at the Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation, a Fund partner. “As the community continues to face these challenges, the Fund aims to play a significant role, so we are pleased about the powerful combination of experience and a perspective that Eloiza will bring to this work.”
Altoro brings more than 25 years of social-sector management to the Fund. She is currently principal at Mind Redesign Consulting, which advises on organizational development, board governance, and transition management, specializing in nonprofit organizations and professional associations. Altoro holds a Master’s of Science in Human Services from Springfield College, as well as Bachelor of Arts degrees from Alverno College. She is credentialed as a Certified Association Executive (CAE) through the American Society of Association Executives.
ABOUT THE NONPROFIT MANAGEMENT FUND: Established in 1994, the Fund has provided more than $10 million in grants to Milwaukee-area nonprofits, helping them work with experienced consultants on various organizational needs. More information about the Fund and its grant programs is at: https://www.nonprofitmanagementfund.org