Like their for-profit counterparts, nonprofit organizations carry a huge responsibility managing their assets and finances. A healthy and well-practiced financial management program benefits not just the nonprofit organization itself, but also the communities they serve. In this panel, we will deep-dive on how nonprofits can improve their current financial management strategies with some industry experts.

Meet the Panelists

Leigh Tucker, Principal at Nonprofit Executives

Leigh Tucker is a nonprofit super-connector. His name may be familiar to some because he’s the founder of the Nonprofit Executives Networking Group and its program From Bored 2 Board. He is also a Principal with CLA (CliftonLarsonAllen), working with organizations looking for outsourced and interim financial management, consulting, and search options.

Mindy Saffer, Managing Principal at Cresa

Mindy Saffer is a LEED Accredited Professional who started her career in commercial real estate over 30 years ago. She began on the architectural side, designing office space for nonprofits in the Washington DC market. In 1999 she became a real estate consultant for a local firm and in 2012 joined Cresa as a Managing Principal and founder of the Cresa Nonprofit Practice Group. Since Cresa is an international real estate company, Mindy now works with nonprofits and associations nationally and internationally.

What is discussed?

Who should watch?

While we firmly believe that anyone in the nonprofit sector could benefit from learning and thinking about improving their financial management systems, nonprofit finance and accounting professionals will find this panel the most pertinent.