Timothy Laczynski, Project Management & Capacity Building
Timothy Laczynski is an independent producer and entrepreneur. Broadway producing credits include: Something Rotten! (Tony nomination, Best Musical), Hand to God (Tony nomination, Best Play), A Christmas Story the Musical (Tony nomination, Best Musical) and The Pee-wee Herman Show. London West End credits include: Hand to God (Olivier nomination, Best New Comedy). Mr. Laczynski served as a judge for the 2015 New York Musical Theatre Festival and he currently serves as Board Treasurer for the Napa Valley Performing Arts Center at Lincoln Theater, which he salvaged from insolvency to help reopen in 2011. Mr. Laczynski is also the former Executive Producer for a 500-seat nonprofit professional producing house he successfully ushered through Chapter 11 reorganization. Prior to his entry into the business of the arts, Mr. Laczynski spent over a decade in Miami and Hawaii working as a cruise industry executive. He is a business strategist and financial planning veteran, having successfully navigated start-up ventures, business restructurings and annual operating budgets in excess of $500 million.
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Barbara Sokoloff Associates: Development & Financial Consultant
Barbara Sokoloff Associates (BSA) is a multi-faceted development and community planning consulting firm located in downtown Providence. BSA provides its clients with consulting services for all phases of development ranging from financial feasibility, market research, and deal structuring through design to project management.
Projects have included adaptive re-use for abandoned buildings, manufactured housing, and condominiums. Other responsibilities include development of financing programs, utilization programs, operating budgets, and coordination of the construction manager, architect, owner, state agencies, and consortium.
To learn more visit: www.sokoplan.com
101A Dyer Street | Providence | Rhode Island 02903-3926 | Ph: 401.455.0550
Durkee, Brown, Viveiros & Werenfels Architects (DBVW) is a Providence, Rhode Island based architectural firm, founded in 1994, that provides services throughout the Northeast. Our staff of 23 people includes 12 registered architects and 9 LEED Accredited Professionals. Throughout our firm’s 17 year history, approximately 85% of our projects have involved the preservation of historic buildings. We have completed over one hundred historic preservation projects involving buildings listed in the National Register of Historic Places, all of which involved working with State Historic Preservation Offices throughout the process. This is DBVW’s area of specialization and we have assembled a staff that brings considerable experience delivering:
• Landmark-Quality Restoration Services
• Conditions Assessments & Feasibility Studies
• Adaptive Re-Use Studies
• Phasing Recommendations with Cost Estimation
• Sustainable Design for Historic & Older Buildings
• Federal & State Historic Tax Credit Applications
• Interior Design within Historic & Older Buildings
DBVW delivers smart projects from beginning to end.
For more information visit: www.durkeebrown.com
Elizabeth S. Cahn: Gift Planning & Fund-Raising Services
Fundraising consultant specializing in the educational and arts sector. Provide major gift and planned giving consulting, frontline fundraising services, major gifts coaching, staff, board and volunteer training, and pubic speaking to industry professionals. Primary retained clients include Boston Latin School Association and MIFA Victory Theatre. Additional major gift and gift planning counsel provided to EdVestors, Roxbury Latin School, Concord Academy and Hampshire College.
Learn more: Elizabeth S. Cahn Resume
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