Senior Director, GFA
Based in San Francisco, Daniel Winokur is in GFA’s finance and strategy, leadership, and development groups. Winokur has a background in nonprofit finance, governance, fundraising, and leads a wide scope of administrative and financial management projects. Winokur believes that nonprofit organizations need the right administrative and financial firepower to match the mission that drives them. By combining technical expertise, communication, and strategic thinking, Winokur is passionate about contributing to client success and thinking big to solve urgent problems.
Winokur's serves in interim Chief Financial Officer roles which have included quality and compliance, development, HR, capital project and construction management issues. Winokur provides a wide range project support including development of financial tools, pro formas, budgets, and dashboards; assessments of departmental staffing, processes, and effectiveness; facilitation of board retreats, including training and strategic planning; marketing and branding, including website construction and communication platforms; project management, including site selection, architectural design, permitting, financing arrangements, and construction management; and strategic review, analysis, and development of business models and business plans. Major Federally Qualified Health Center projects that Winokur has led or co-delivered include New Access Point applications, Service Area Competitions, Non-competing Continuation applications, Operational Site Visit support, and Federal Tort Claims Act program qualification and management.
Winokur has a Bachelor of Arts from Wesleyan University and a Master of Business Administration from Presidio Graduate School. He provides pro-bono consulting to small and startup nonprofits in the San Francisco Bay Area, focused on early childhood education, political engagement, and environmental conservation. In his spare time, Winokur cooks with his two young children and spends time outdoors kitesurfing and rock climbing.