Nonprofit organizations face unprecedented financial challenges because of the COVID-19 pandemic. With nationwide restrictions on public gatherings, schools and after school programs have shut their doors indefinitely. We are all dealing with the uncertainty as we navigate canceled fundraising events, and other sources of revenue loss, all while needing to serve clients in new ways. Curtis Klotz, Director of Nonprofit Innovation at CLA (CliftonLarsonAllen), will discuss how organizations can best assess and work to maintain their financial health in such uncertain times. CLA has one of the largest nonprofit practices in the country, with more than 50 years in the nonprofit sector.
The event will be hosted on Zoom. You will need a computer and a phone as a back-up audio method.
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serves as the Director of Nonprofit Innovation at CLA. This role is grounded in CLA's nonprofit consulting and business operations practice, which inspires Curt's writing and thought leadership in the industry. He is a primary contributor to CLA's Innovation in Nonprofit Finance blog.
Curt shares inventive strategies for nonprofits that have emerged from more than 30 years of direct work in nonprofit organizations, including his former role as VP of Finance & CFO at Propel Nonprofits. While at Propel, Curt authored numerous blog posts, including frequent online contributions to Nonprofit Quarterly
. Curt was honored as MSP Biz Journal’s Nonprofit CFO of the Year in 2017. Along with other stints as a nonprofit CFO, he is also past Chairperson of the Montana Nonprofit Association. To fully appreciate Curt’s approach to nonprofit finance, you should know that he graduated summa cum laude
from St Olaf College with majors in women’s studies and religion.