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Ning Yuan, TSNE
[BOSTON, October 6, 2020] — TSNE, a $50 million organization that provides fiscal sponsorship and shared operational services, management consulting, and capacity building support to other nonprofits, is proud to name Noah Stockman as its new Chief Financial Officer (CFO).
Most recently, Noah served as CFO at the Big Brothers Big Sisters of Eastern Massachusetts and comes to TSNE with over seventeen years of experience working for multi-million dollar public service and mission driven organizations including Scholar Athletes, Inc; City of Boston Department of Neighborhood Development; and the City of Boston Centers for Youth & Families and the Boston Youth Fund.
“I am so pleased to announce Noah Stockman is joining TSNE as our CFO,” says CEO Elaine Ng. “His years of finance experience and strategy development — particularly those spent in the nonprofit arena — will serve our organization well as we continue to evolve our supports and services for other nonprofits and the sector.”
“I am thrilled to join the TSNE team and look forward to helping move the organization forward. TSNE’s reputation in the industry is already very strong and I’m excited to contribute to the agency’s goals and support the nonprofits it serves through strategic partnership and effective management.”
Noah is a Brown University graduate where he received two Bachelors of Arts in Economics and Organizational Behavior and Management. He has also earned a Certificate in Local Government Leadership and Management from Suffolk University and a Certificate in Urban Planning and Design from Harvard University Graduate School of Design.
TSNE builds the organizational capacity of nonprofits through a mix of management and consulting services, training programs, and community building services. The cornerstone of TSNE’s service lines is its fiscal sponsorship program, which provides financial management, legal work, human resources administration, and organizational development support so that organizations can focus on achieving their missions. TSNE is committed to equity and uses the economies of scale to provide living wages and benefits to its staff and fiscally sponsored organizations. TSNE is also the owner and operator of the NonProfit Center in downtown Boston, an 110,000 square foot facility providing below market office and meeting spaces for nonprofits. Visit tsne.org for more information.