David Orlinoff


David Orlinoff (MET AR 750- Financial Management for Nonprofits) has been teaching the Financial Management class in the Arts Administration program since 2005. He is a financial executive and consultant, specializing in mission-based organizations. Over more than 30 years in the nonprofit sector,  David has been the interim or full-time CFO of such organizations as Franklin Pierce University, Lasell University, DeCordova Museum, Oxfam America, Combined Jewish Philanthropies, Education Development Center, Facing History and Ourselves, and Boston Ballet. David is a board member of the Boston Jewish Arts Collaborative and a member of the audit committee of the United Way in Boston. He has been the board chair or president of three other nonprofits. He is a graduate of UCLA, Bentley College, and Harvard Business School and teaches at Tufts as well as BU.