Session proposals due by April 12th 2019!
The fourth annual Nonprofit Finance & Accounting Summit is fast approaching! This expert-led, two-day intensive training event will take place on September 18-19th in Washington, DC. We are currently searching for high quality sessions and speakers to present at the event. We are especially seeking an economist as this topic is of special interest!
The Nonprofit Finance & Accounting Summit is a training and networking conference event made specifically for mid-upper level finance professionals at tax exempt organizations in the United States. The summit is comprised of 11 single-tracked 1-hour long sessions presented by finance industry experts on a wide variety of topics.
Finance professionals must be in the know about new regulations and industry best practices, or else risk fraud, embezzlement, legal prosecution or fines, loss of tax exempt status, declining membership, or even bankruptcy. That’s why summit attendees need to hear from financial experts about what’s working and what’s not, as well as predictions about the 2020 economic climate, in order to strengthen their organization and advance their mission.
We are expecting about 100+ mid-upper level finance professionals from charities, trade associations, and other types of nonprofit/tax-exempt organizations. Job titles being targeted for attendance include:
- Chief Financial Officers
- Chief Executive Officers and Executive Directors
- Chief Operating Officers
- Finance and Operations Vice Presidents and Directors
- Audit Managers
- Board Members
- Risk Management Staff
- Other mid-upper level finance and operations staff
Please email proposals or any questions to Jamie Herring (firstname.lastname@example.org) by April 12th. Session selections will be given by May 10th.