Stewart Uretsky, CFO of the Brookings Institution, is the 2014 Nonprofit CFO of the Year. Other honorees who were announced recently are the 2014 Nonprofit CFO Transformational Leaders and the 2014 Nonprofit CFO Rising Star. They all will be honored at the 2014 CFO of the Year Awards Luncheon, Jan. 31 at the Capital Hilton in Washington.
A short-term bill ending the partial government shutdown - and which includes raising the debt ceiling - was passed by both chambers of Congress and signed by President Obama early Thursday. Many associations had voiced support for ending the impasse.
Projected deficits in the next two decades are more threatening to economic growth than the current deficit, most business economists say, but they diverge on the best way to address the problem. Meanwhile association executives have never been more optimistic about the economy.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics reported this week that the unemployment rate was little changed at 7.2 percent. This seems to match employment expectations found in the TRENDS 2013 Financial and Operational Excellence, or FOX, Report.
One of the most sought-after honors in association communications, the TRENDS 2013 All Media Contest is open to national, regional, state and local associations and nonprofits, or suppliers may enter on behalf of their association clients.
The 2013 Study on Nonprofit Investing, or SONI, is accepting registrants who will complete a short survey about their investment policies, procedures, and net return-on-investment. SONI’s mission is to empower nonprofits with actionable data that will lead to better decisions about their investments. For more information, go to www.npinvesting.org. For results of the 2012 SONI, click here.