When Janet Marinaccio became chief executive of Pacoima poverty alleviation services nonprofit MEND in 2017, the organization’s finances were a mess. But with a few savvy business moves over the last two and a half years, Marinaccio, with help from her board of directors, has managed to transform $600,000 of debt into a nest egg of about $1 million for the charity....

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