Dedicated people make great nonprofit Board members. But meeting fiduciary responsibility takes more than dedication–it takes serious financial know-how.
But what if your Board members aren’t CPAs? What if they don’t understand your financial structure? What if they don’t know how to use due diligence, cash flow strategies and other financial and accounting practices to keep your nonprofit in the black?
Having an unprepared board is frankly not an option. In light of today’s challenges, what your Board doesn’t know can hurt you. Here’s how to get everyone up to speed – fast.
Order the OnDemand recording of Nonprofit Financials: What Your Board Needs to Know. In this 90-minute webinar, a CPA who specializes in serving nonprofit clients shows your Board how to understand those financials to protect your future and theirs.
Make your next Board meeting a breakthrough. Nat Bartholomew will free your members from simply rubber stamping committee recommendations. He’ll quickly bring them up to speed on their fiduciary duties and on how to evaluate financial decisions and set the right course. Step by step, you will learn how to understand your organization’s financial structure and assess the right fiscal and accounting strategies to protect and sustain your growth.
Order the OnDemand recording to build a stronger Board with the financial and accounting know-how to guide your nonprofit, including:
• How to most effectively prepare for Board meetings
• How to assess the impact of various revenue streams on financial health
• What the Board’s treasurer and finance and audit committees must do
• How to recruit the best-qualified Board members to fulfill these roles
• How to meet due diligence requirements in reviewing Board materials
• What specifics to look for within financial records
• Best practices for optimizing nonprofit liquidity and cash flow
Your members may not be CPAs, but this audience conference will teach them how to think like CPAs so they can carry out their duties – and carry your organization forward.
Order the OnDemand recording and let Nonprofit Financials: What Your Board Needs to Know, chart the right course for your financials.
Meet Your Training Team
Nat Bartholomew, CPA Partner, CliftonLarsonAllen LLP - Nat is the Partner in Charge of the Association and Membership Organization practice and has more than 24 years of public accounting experience. For more than 20 of those years, he has exclusively served nonprofit clients and is a nationally recognized expert in audit, accounting, tax and technology issues facing associations and their related for-profit and not-for-profit organizations. Nat is a frequent speaker and author, and has addressed the memberships of the American Society of Association Executives (ASAE) and the Greater Washington Society of CPAs (GWSCPA) and several of the country’s leading not-for-profits.
Who Will Benefit
This session is value to everyone who is vested in the sustainability of a nonprofit, including:
• Nonprofit accountants
• Board members/chairs
• Training managers
With governance under such intense scrutiny, Board members can’t just rubber-stamp committee recommendations: they have to be 100% clear on what the financials are and what fiscal and accounting practices are needed keep their nonprofit in the black. Get them the training they need to carry out their legal duty – and carry your nonprofit forward.
Interested in registering multiple Board members in different locations? All registrations of 3 or more lines pay only $175 per line! Please contact customer service directly at 1-888-265-0600 ext. 105 when placing multi-line orders.
CAE Credits: Live webinar attendees are eligible for 1.5 CAE credit hours. Association TRENDS is a CAE Approved Provider. This program meets the requirements for fulfilling the professional development requirements to earn or maintain the Certified Association Executive credential. We will maintain records of your participation in accord with CAE policies. For more information about the CAE credential or Approved Provider program, please visit www.whatiscae.org.