UST WEBINAR SERIES
W214: 5 Key Tactics for Financial Communications to Your Board (Associations & Non-Profits)
To Successfully Navigate Difficult Decisions Requires Proactive Strong Strategic Financial Leadership from the Chief Financial Officer Position (CFO, Director of Finance, Controller) to Drive Mission Delivery and Impact, Improve Financial Health and Super-Charge Governance
Wednesday, January 19, 2022
11:00 AM - 12:30 PM (EASTERN TIME)

During a time of great disruption and uncertainty, bold Executive Officer fiscal and financial leadership is needed to meet the challenge brought on by difficult decisions, not hesitating to lead and drive change during a time of challenges and adversity. Explore the power active financial officers must have to lead, be innovative, effect change and reposition a nonprofit organization. The ability to effect change is directly related to how well you can communicate, message, provide financial reports, and interact with board members and other volunteer leadership. Learn about how effective CFO’s have up their game improving their financial communications and opportunities to interact with Boards.

Learning Objectives
  • Learn about how empathy needs to be incorporated into financial problem solving, messaging, and communications.
  • Explore how to better prepare for board and finance committee meetings that are occurring mostly in a virtual format and how to prep for these meetings and improve outcomes.
  • Learn how to provide financial information in a format that is easier to understand and comprehend and helps with performance and impact assessments.
  • Explore other strategies that will help financial executives to better connect with nonprofit Boards to advance strategic planning and innovative change.
SPEAKER BIOS
A. Michael Gellman, CPA, CGMA
Co-Founder at Sustainability Education 4 Nonprofits
Mr. Gellman, CPA, CGMA, is an independent Fiscal and Financial Strategist for Nonprofit Organizations. He has more than 35 years’ experience in nonprofit fiscal, financial and accounting systems working as a chief financial, fiscal and management consultant where he has focused on specialized management and advisory services for trade and professional associations, public charities and endowment based foundations. Mr. Gellman has also developed comprehensive budget and projection-based systems in support of senior management and organizational leadership. Mr. Gellman has been designing, installing, interpreting and teaching budget and projection based systems and financial and fiscal management systems for over 30 years.
Paul Preziotti
Partner, Johnson Lambert LLP
I provide audit, compliance and operational solutions to nonprofit organizations and sponsors of employee benefit plans. Paul likes to wind down by hitting the links, reading, hiking, snowboarding, and attending concerts. Industry Involvement: Member, AICPA Member, Not-for-Profit Advisory Council Former Member, Uniform Accountancy Act Committee Alumnus, AICPA Leadership Academy Member, Greater Washington Society of CPAs Member, Board of Directors Member, Not-for-Profit Section Committee Former Chair, Not-for-Profit Symposium Planning Committee Member, American Society of Association Executives Former Member, Young Professionals Committee Member, Finance and Administration Roundtable Member, Board of Directors Member, Program Committee Board and Audit Committee Member, St. John’s Community Services Faculty Member, Center for Nonprofit Advancement
Level Intermediate Delivery Group Internet-Based
CPE(NASBA Category) Business Management & Organization Reviewer Wade Tetsuka, CPA
CAE (Field of Study) Organizational Strategy CPE/CAE Credits 1.5
Prerequisites and advance preparation needed None Cost $0.00
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