J. Kevin Fee

Kevin founded Angler West in 1997 following a 25 year career as Chief Financial Officer of some of the nation’s largest nonprofit behavioral health and social services provider organizations, including children’s mental health, addictions and developmental disabilities organizations.  In the course of this experience Kevin gained expertise in capital financing and mergers and acquisitions, along with insight into the nuances that distinguish nonprofit organizations from their for-profit counterparts.

 

SELECT PUBLICATIONS AND PRESENTATIONS

Publications

  • "The Activist Foundation Prescription" - Click Here
  • "Eclipse of the Nonprofit Corporation" - Click Here
  • "The Emerging Market for Nonprofit Control: Business Model Implications" - Click Here
  • “The Emerging Market for Nonprofit Control: Business Model Implications”, Philadelphia Journal of Social Innovation, January 2013
  • “Some Observations on the Acquisition of Non-Profits by Publicly Traded Companies”, OPEN MINDS, November, 1997
  • “Innovative Solutions for Non-Profit Children’s Residential Services”, The Children’s Vanguard, January, 1998
  • “Fundamentals for Nonprofits as Sellers in Consolidating Markets”, OPEN MINDS, April, 1999

 Presentations

  • The Emerging Market For Corporate Control, December, 2016, Public / Private Destination Performance, North Carolina Council of Community Programs Conference
  • New York State Coalition for Children’s Mental Health Services, July 2013, Board Retreat
  • The Emerging Market For Corporate Control: Business Model Implications, May 2013, Keynote Address of the Spring Policy Institute of the New York State Rehabilitation Association
  • Contests for Corporate Control, June, 2000, Keynote Address of the Reinventing the Not-For-Profit Conference of the Pennsylvania Institute of Certified Public Accountants
  • Agency Mergers and Acquisitions:  What We Are Learning, June, 1998, Solutions in a  Changing Marketplace Conference sponsored by Pennsylvania Association of Resources for People With Mental Retardation (PAR)
  • Industry Consolidation:  Are Charitable Service Providers Doomed?, September, 1998, Tenth Annual This Year in Nonprofit Law Conference