Sammy Ndiyo is the Controller of the Neighborhood Impact Investment Fund. He has over 8 years of experience in finance and accounting and has worked with both nonprofit and governmental organizations. He most recently served as the Finance Director for Nexus-Woodbourne Family Healing where he led the Finance Department and oversaw all aspects of the accounting and finance function including month-end close management, accounts receivable, accounts payable, financial reporting, budgeting, compliance, grant tracking and reporting. Sammy has also been involved in professional organizations, serving as the treasurer of the National Association of Black Accountants – Baltimore Metropolitan Chapter (NABA) and as a member of the CFO Leadership Council.
He earned his accounting degree from Morgan State University and obtained his CPA license in 2015 while working at the Center for Urban Families.