Ruth Taylor Kidd is a dedicated nonprofit professional with expertise in multiple aspects of finance, administration, operations, and fundraising. With nearly twenty five years in the social enterprise community, she brings a hands-on approach to problem solving and a commitment to helping nonprofits achieve their vision. Currently, Ruth provides interim and part time CFO support as well as project resources to several non-profit organizations. Ruth particularly enjoys working with organizations that are undergoing transitions or scaling to the next level of growth. Prior to consulting, Ruth served as the CFO for Ashoka, a non-profit whose mission is to cultivate and support social entrepreneurs throughout the globe. Ruth spent a year in Islamabad, Pakistan, working with the Society to Preserve Afghanistan’s Cultural Heritage (SPACH) and the International School of Islamabad. Ruth also has extensive experience with museums, having served as Vice President of Finance and Administration at the Capital Children’s Museum, Director of Budgeting and Planning at the Guggenheim Museum, and Manager of Program Budgets at the American Museum of Natural History. Ruth holds a Master’s Degree in Public and Private Management (MPPM) from the Yale School of Management and a BS in Psychology from Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut. Ruth attended the Getty Leadership Institute/Museum Management Institute (MMI) and is a member of the American Alliance of Museums (AAM) and ArtTable, a national organization for professional women in the visual arts.