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Creating the Right Mix of Financial Reports for Your Board: A Conversation with Hilda Polanco
October 28, 2015 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
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Creating the Right Mix of Financial Reports for Your Board
A Conversation with Hilda Polanco
As experts with close to 20 years of experience in providing financial literacy to nonprofit boards, FMA is pleased to extend this invitation to a complimentary webinar presented in conjunction with Nonprofit Quarterly, a leader in innovative thinking for the nonprofit sector. Hilda H. Polanco, CEO of Fiscal Management Associates, will be the keynote speaker, and Ruth McCambridge, Editor in Chief of the Nonprofit Quarterly, will be taking your questions as well. The event will be held on October 28th from 1-2PM Eastern Standard Time.
Those with experience in the nonprofit sector, particularly in the area of board governance, know that there is no such thing as a one size fits all approach to financial reporting to the nonprofit board. Each organization’s board must understand the variables needing to be watched in their own specific enterprise. Nonprofit financial expert Hilda Polanco will help CFOs, CEOs and board members understand what kind of reporting is most effective in what sizes and types of organizations.
Among other things, you will learn:
- How to ensure the financial literacy on your board meets your needs
- When cash-flow reports are vital
- How to create a dashboard to track your own critical variables
You can send your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org to have them answered during the web event.
About Hilda Polanco:
As Founder and CEO, Hilda has led FMA to become the go-to capacity builder foundation and nonprofit leaders seek to address nonprofit financial management issues.
A nationally recognized and sought after leader in the field, Hilda serves the sector in many ways. Hilda was a founding member of the selection committee of the New York Nonprofit Excellence Awards, established by the New York Times and the Nonprofit Coordinating Committee.
When not speaking publicly or leading FMA’s team, she provides direct capacity building, training and coaching services to foundations and nonprofits throughout the country.