David Stolow teaches courses related to nonprofit management and social enterprise and is the Faculty Director for the Public and Nonprofit MBA Program at the Boston University School of Management. He is also a core instructor in the Institute for Nonprofit Management and Leadership.
Prior to joining the School of Management faculty full-time in fall 2011, David served as a Lecturer for three years, teaching Social Entrepreneurship. He also taught Education Reform and the Rise of Out of School Time at Lesley University from 2007-2011.
From 2001-2011, David was Director of Strategic Development at Citizen Schools, a national nonprofit network of extended-learning programs and an advocate for a longer and more robust school day. David was primarily responsible for securing resources and managing partnerships with national foundations and federal agencies such as the Corporation for National and Community Service and the National Science Foundation. He also helps to lead Citizen Schoolsí Teaching Fellowship, which recruits 200+ aspiring educators to serve for two years as front-line teachers, mentors, and community builders in high-need schools.
Prior to joining Citizen Schools in 2001, David worked for 11 years in nonprofit management in the Boston area. He served as Director of Finance for TERC, a developer of innovative math and science curriculum. He then served as Team Leader, National Policy Assistant, and Chief Financial Officer for City Year from 1992-95 when City Year launched its national expansion. From 1996-2000, he worked as Chief Financial Officer for Boston Community Capital, a leading Community Development Financial Institution. At The Home for Little Wanderers, one of New Englandís largest child welfare agencies, David was the Director of Financial Strategy and later Chief Financial Officer.
David has previously served on the Board of Directors of Bright Futures Adoption Center, the Massachusetts Youth Service Alliance, the Home for Little Wanderers, Boston Childrenís Services, Health Leads, and Generations Incorporated.
David graduated summa cum laude from Yale University in 1986 and holds a Masterís Degree in Public and Private Management from the Yale School of Management.
MPPM, Yale School of Management, 1990.
GSM PL837 F1
Strategic Fundraising and Corporate Philanthropy
SMG OB456 A1
Leadership and Management of Nonprofit Organizations
Review loan recommendations for community development projects