Have you heard of MCN’s initiative, the Minnesota Budget Project, but you’re not quite sure what it is and how it benefits your nonprofit? Join us to talk with Nan, the director of the Minnesota Budget Project for more than 20 years. We’ll talk about what it is, why it’s here, and what tools and information it provides that you can use in your work.
Did you know, thanks to the work of the Minnesota Budget Project along with nonprofits and cross-sector partners, roughly $700 million in state funding for affordable health care was protected from cuts in the 2019 Legislative Session? In this session, we'll also talk about how you can engage more with the Minnesota Budget Project to advance public policies that build broad prosperity in Minnesota.
The event will be hosted on Zoom. You will need a computer and a phone as a back-up audio method.
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has been the director of the Minnesota Budget Project since 1999. The Minnesota Budget Project is an initiative of the Minnesota Council of Nonprofits that provides independent research, analysis, and advocacy on budget and tax issues, emphasizing their impact on low- and moderate-income persons and the organizations that serve them. Nan has authored numerous publications on fiscal issues as well as economic self-sufficiency. In 2006, Nan was named by the Minneapolis St. Paul Business Journal as one of its Forty Under 40 honorees.