Like planting a garden in spring to provide a rich harvest in the fall, taking the time to design an elegant chart of accounts, cost centers, and allocations creates the conditions in which your accounting system will eventually bear fruit – reports and dashboards rich with information that effectively tell your nonprofit’s financial story.
This is a single workshop in the 6-part Nonprofit Fundamentals Series. Use the registration button at the top of this event page to register for only this single session. The next sessions are Getting Out of Your Way (July 14) and Storytelling for Nonprofits (July 21). Use the following link to register for the full series for $135 for members and $150 for nonmembers: Register for the full series.
The Nonprofit Fundamentals Series is designed to provide a back-to-basics overview of the many management topics essential to nonprofits and re-focuses staff on the core elements of working and managing nonprofit organizations. Each event will have a presentation along with plenty of time for discussion and Q&A on the designated topic. Bring your questions and expertise on the topic! With our cameras and microphones on, we can stay connected, learn, and support one another.
This virtual event will take place on the Zoom platform. Your access link will be emailed to you the day before the event in the afternoon.
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Sarah Reichling is an audit principal in the Public Sector Group specializing in nonprofit audits. She leads the independent school subindustry for the firm. She has led large multi-entity engagements with over 10 combined entities and has experience with nonprofit audits with over $1 billion in assets. She has significant experience with fair value measurements, investments, split-interest agreements, endowments, complex revenue recognition, and implementation of new accounting standards. She also has helped clients with internal control structures with various size accounting/finance departments.
Jennie Claver: As a Controller in Outsourcing, specializing in nonprofit/public sector accounting serving organizations ranging between $1M and $6M in revenues. Jennifer has 13 years of experience in public accounting, internal audit, and controller positions. They work with clients to prepare accounting records, manage annual audits, financial reporting and analysis, budgeting, and forecasting. They also worked extensively to identify process improvements and operating efficiencies while continuing to maintain strong internal controls. They specialize in working with management teams to provide dashboards and financial reports that best fit their needs to improve management decision-making.
Thanks to our generous series sponsors!