With a strong background in nonprofit finance and in New York City government, Jennifer Dickinson combines her experience to bring a unique perspective to her work. Jenn uses her proven financial analysis and modeling skills to inform and advise KrasnePlows’ clients. Her analytics routinely incorporate political and environmental factors as well as financial implications.
Jenn joined KrasnePlows from the Nonprofit Finance Fund (NFF) where she supplied individualized consulting services, delivered financial education and training workshops, conducted financial analyses and supported operations, fundraising and business development for nonprofits. Prior to that, she worked extensively with the New York City government, in both the Commissioner’s Office of the Department of Citywide Administrative Services and the Police Department’s Office of Management Analysis and Planning. In these positions, Jenn routinely researched issues, tracked and negotiated legislation, helped elected officials and their constituents navigate New York City government, and developed strategies to present complex information to agency executives clearly. She came to the NYPD through the prestigious Urban Fellows program.
Jenn is currently the Board Treasurer of Segunda Quimbamba Folkloric Center. She graduated cum laude with a B.A. in Politics from Princeton University. She also holds an MPA in Public and Nonprofit Management with a specialization in Financial Management from the Wagner School of Public Service at New York University.