The FENG Not-for-Profit S.I.G.

Next Meeting


10/17/2017 – 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM (Reserve a spot at this event)


Edwin Gould Foundation
55 Exchange Place, Suite 602
New York, NY


How to Reset and Re-energize Your Brand is a workshop designed to develop your personal brand awareness. Every professional has a brand. The problem is most of us are not aware of what it is or what it should be. This workshop is all about taking charge of your career and defining the message that you want to communicate.

Damon Montal has been a consultant at The Ayers Group since 1999, and has over twenty-five years of experience
in sales, recruiting, and career management.

As an Executive Career Transition Consultant, Damon is responsible for the full life-cycle training of individual clients during their career transition. Additionally, Damon
plays a principle role in developing and delivering training seminars.

Damon has been active in several professional organizations. He is a Certified Mediator with NY State
Unified Court System and conducts Alternate Dispute Resolutions at small-claims court. He has held board
positions at his ToastMasters chapter and ACPNY. He is currently a career mentor at two local universities.
Damon was formally recognized by NYS Senator Thomas P Morahan, NYS Assemblywoman Ellen Jaffe, and The
County of Rockland- for Outstanding Service to the Community.

Damon holds a BA in Psychology from SUNY at Plattsburgh and a MA in Organizational Behavior from
Fairleigh Dickinson University. He obtained a postgraduate certificate from NYU in Adult Career Planning
and Development and a certificate in Organizational Leadership from Fairleigh Dickinson.

In 2007, Kelly Services recognized his ability by presenting him with the company’s most prestigious
honor, The William Russell Kelly Award, recognized for global excellence.


55 Exchange Place is located between Broad and William Streets
Nearby subways
J to Broad Street (last stop)
2,3 to Wall Street
4,5 to Wall Street

You must present a photo ID to the security guard in the lobby. Then take the elevator to the 6th floor and follow the signs to the Edwin Gould Foundation conference room.

About the Not-for-Profit S.I.G.

The FENG Nonprofit S.I.G. comprises FENG members whose careers or professional interests are primarily focused on the leadership and administration of charitable and service groups, foundations, universities and other non-profit organizations, or who are active advisors, board members or volunteers of such organizations to share job leads, news and information about non-profit organizations.

The Nonprofit SIG warmly welcomes new members and members interested in transitioning from the for profit to the not for profit sector.

If you have an interest:

Tim Domini
Mark Coron
Paul Konigstein (

Tele-conferencing instructions for those members outside the NYC Tri-state area:
- We usually dial in at 6:15 pm EST
- Conference Dial-in Number: (712) 432-0850
- Participant Access Code: 445296#

S.I.G. Leadership

Paul Konigstein
(516) 270-5070
Paul Konigstein helps nonprofits master finance and accounting. He specializes in making financial concepts understandable to non-financial nonprofit leaders to enable the strategic use of finance to achieve organizational goals.

Paul has twenty five years experience as a controller and Chief Financial Officer at arts, culture, education, and international development not for profits including the Metropolitan Opera, the New York Hall of Science, Helen Keller International, ArtsConnection, and the American Montessori Society. He is currently a Senior Consultant at Accounting Management Solutions, a CliftonLarsonAllen LLP division. Paul is also chair of the Bridgespan NY nonprofit CFO Group and co-chair of the Financial Executives Networking Group not for profit special interest group.

He holds an MBA in finance from New York University and a BS in marketing from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.
Tim Domini
(914) 263-2135
Tim is a graduate of Babson College with a BS of BA in Finance and a MBA in management. Tim began his career in manufacturing cost accounting and worked his way through Publishing , Direct Marketing and Consulting organizations as the Controller or Business Manager. After a layoff from Readers Digest Tim began consulting directly and eventually became a full time associate with The A Team. During his tenure with the A Team Tim began working in the not-for-profit arena and identified the industry as one he had a great fit with. For the past Ten years Tim has been the Controller of the Brennan Center for Justice where he managed all Accounting Finance, budgeting and all presentations to outside funders. Tim has been a member of the FENG since 2001 and can help folks with all aspects of the job search, networking, resumes and elevators pitches.

Tim lives in Bergan county.
Mark Coron
(347) 425-4161
Mark Coron has been co-chair of this chapter for the past 8 yrs with first Tim, then we added Paul, what a great addition!!!

I have been in the Not for Profit sector for over 20 years in a various sectors. Organizations with budgets ranging from $ 5 million to $ 100 million. He has demonstrated strategic and financial leadership in the following sectors: Community, Chapter, NGO's with worldwide operations, Health & Human Services.

Mark has held titles of Director of Financial Analysis and Systems, Controller, Consultant and his career has steadily grown in the areas of managing staff development, financial software enhancements and implementations. A super user of various financial applications. He has reported to CFO, and Executive Director.

Mark now lives in Cranston, Rhode Island.

For Meeting Information, Please Contact:
Tim Domini
(914) 263-2135