Non-Profit Outlook for 2024: Guidance for the Year Ahead

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Join FEI Boston and the Mass Nonprofit Network for a joint professional development event:

"Nonprofit Outlook for 2024: Guidance for the Year Ahead”

Date: January 10, 2024
Time: 6:00-8:30 PM
Location: Amalgamated Bank, 53 State Street, Boston MA

Moderator: John Gillespie, CRCFO Nonprofit Practice Leader

  1. Best Practices in Preventing Financial Fraud: Kathy Gasperine, First Vice President of Social Impact Banking at Amalgamated Bank.

  2. Risk Assessment and Mitigation: Melissa Straka, Senior Vice President and Director of Marketing and Client Services at HUB International New England.

  3. Improving Audit Preparation: Joyce Ripianzi, CPA, Partner, and leader of the firm’s Managed Accounting Solutions (MAS) practice with a focus on nonprofit organizations at AAFCPAs.

Don't miss this opportunity to gain valuable insights, network with industry experts, and contribute to the growth and resilience of the nonprofit sector in Massachusetts. Reserve your spot today!

Speakers

Kathleen Gasperine

First Vice President Social Impact Banking
Amalgamated Bank

John Gillespie

Nonprofit & Social Enterprise Practice Leader
Charles River CFO

Joyce Ripianzi

Partner
AAFCPAs

Melissa Straka

Non Profit Practice Leader— New England
Hub International

Credits

1.00 CPE
Basic

Method

group-live

Field

Accounting, Technical

Prerequisites

none

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