Stephanie Skryzowski is a visionary Chief Financial Officer that helps purpose-driven leaders better understand and use their numbers to make smart decisions to grow their bottom line and their impact. She founded 100 Degrees in 2015 after a decade-long career serving nonprofits around the globe, from Afghanistan to Haiti, Nepal to Malawi. She loves teaching purpose-driven leaders how to use your financials to create sustainability and increase your impact on the world at workshops and conferences. Stephanie is the creator of Master Your Nonprofit Numbers, an online course in financial management for nonprofit leaders, and The Entrepreneur’s CFO Corner, a membership program to help leaders take control of their finances and grow their businesses. She also coaches busy women entrepreneurs to build their businesses while creating a beautiful life with their families. Stephanie holds a Master’s degree in Public Administration from New York University, focusing on management and finance.
When she is not crunching numbers, Stephanie is traveling the world with her husband and two young daughters.
For over 15 years, Margaret has focused on implementing strategic financial planning and administrative oversight to enhance overall campaign and organizational goals. She has managed companies, nonprofits and electoral campaigns around the world with budgets from $50,000 to over $23 million annually. Margaret firmly believes that, when done well, finance and operations can be strategic tools that further programmatic aims and increase efficiency overall. Her education includes Masters degrees in Business Administration, History of European Financial Instruments and European and Eurasian Studies from the George Washington University and Bachelors Degrees in Economics and International Affairs from Marshall University in Huntington, WV.
Amber loves serving small business owners and entrepreneurs as they are on their unique purpose-driven path. Her passion and experience for financial management allow her to serve her clients with clarity, visibility, and direction. Amber received her bachelor’s in Hospitality and Event Planning from the University of Florida as she intended to work in the Wedding and Event Industry. She soon realized that her favorite part of the role was creating and managing events and business financials. She then went back to school to obtain her Masters of Accountancy. Amber lives outside of Atlanta with her husband and three children where they are frequently enjoying the beauty of North Georgia, a daughter’s lacrosse game, or planning for a family road trip.
Ellen Elmore believes that having clear financials and clean books is the path to making a huge impact for purpose-driven businesses and nonprofits alike. Her attention to detail and love for numbers helps her support multinational organizations, new nonprofits, and start-up businesses. She firmly believes that starting with a solid financial foundation is the key to success. Ellen holds a bachelor’s degree in anthropology from New York University and is steadily progressing on an accounting degree from Fayetteville State University. Currently, she lives with her beautiful daughters and husband in Oaxaca, Mexico, where she enjoys cooking, yoga, playing soccer, and spending time with family and friends.
Sarah has worked with nonprofits for the last 7 years, where she is able to combine her love for numbers with her desire to serve the community. She is passionate about helping nonprofits understand their financial health to maximize their impact. She loves the continued learning that happens daily while working with nonprofits and enjoys the challenge of problem-solving financial obstacles. Sarah holds a bachelor’s degree in business management from Luther College and a master’s in accountancy from Drake University. She currently lives in Hamilton, MT where she spends as much time as possible outside, usually hiking, backpacking or fishing with her husband and two rescue dogs.
Sarah has a passion for helping nonprofits find success through improving processes. She believes in finding efficient and effective ways to do work so that nonprofit leaders can focus on higher-level strategic thinking. Sarah has a master’s degree in nonprofit management from Regis University and has over 5 years of experience in program and project management in the nonprofit sector. She enjoys focusing on financial management because she likes puzzles and solving problems. Sarah lives in Washington, DC and spends her free time running, cooking, and painting. She enjoys traveling, and has lived in Bulgaria, France, and Argentina.