12/5/2012: How to Read Nonprofit Financial Statements: What Executives & Leaders Need to Know About the Numbers
- December 5, 2012 1:00 pm
- December 5, 2012 2:00 pm
Our apologies. This session has been cancelled, but we will be scheduling a similar webinar in the future. Please continue to watch our listings and thank you for participating in NonprofitWebinars.
Are you a board member or senior leader who is…
• Feeling challenged to understand how the organization is performing financially?
• Confused by the reports the accounting staff provides the board & management?
• Serving on the Finance Committee but don’t know what questions you should be asking?
Join Susan C. Hammond of scHammond Advisors for an informative webinar designed to demystify nonprofit financial statements. Discover how better decision-making comes from understanding the organization’s financial information, what specific financial information you should pay attention to most often, and how to avoid practices that will get the organization in trouble.
- Understand how internal & external financial statements differ.
- Understand what reports can comprise internal financial statements –how & when to use them, and which ones are important for which decisions.
- Understand how to use balance sheet and income statement information to gain valuable insights about the organization’s operations.
Susan C. Hammond, CPA, MST is a leadership and business coach. She consults on improving board financial literacy and governance practices. She is a frequent speaker on creating advisory boards, interpreting financial information, and improving board member performance. She is a former CFO of Fuller Craft Museum and a co-founder of the South Shore Women’s Business Network and the Center for Women & Enterprise. In 2010 she published the Advisory Board Kit: A Comprehensive Guide to Establishing an Advisory Board. Susan has served as a contract CFO/COO and strategic advisor to nonprofit organizations, technology companies, and professional service firms.
scHammond Advisors helps nonprofits maximize the impact of their boards by: