Claire Knowlton

Claire leads NFF’s work on full cost with nonprofits, funders, and government partners and authored “Why Funding Overhead is Not the Real Issue: The Case to Cover Full Costs.” She also leads several major initiatives, including NFF’s work to improve the flow of revenue and capital to organizations combating the homelessness crisis in Los Angeles County, and a six-year effort that combines anti-racism, capacity building, and funding to develop new nonprofit arts models. Prior to joining NFF in 2014, Claire led a community-based art center in Los Angeles from financial distress to a model of excellence in programming and organizational management. She has also worked as an auditor and tax-preparer for nonprofits. Claire earned a Bachelor of Arts from University of the Pacific with a double major in economics and religious studies.

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