Financial Management 101 for Non-Profit Leaders | Barnes Dennig

Financial Management 101 for NFP Leaders Who Do It All

Not-for-Profit Virtual Roundtable

Wednesday, February 9th, 2022


We know that many not-for-profit leaders wear multiple hats. You’ve got the strategy, the mission and the vision set. But to grow the organization, you need to know the ins-and-outs of running a business too. That’s why Barnes Dennig and Impact 100 hosted this 1-hour session on tax, accounting, and financial hot topics that our not-for-profit clients want to know more about.

Join us virtually as our not-for-profit pros cover:

  1. Financial Reporting and QuickBooks Online for Not-for-Profits
  2. 990 and Tax Reporting Tips
  3. Other Important Financial Reports – Audit/Review/Compilation
  4. Impact 100 Financial Ratios for Not-for-Profits
  5. Lively Q&A with Presenters

This event is presented free of charge by Barnes Dennig and Impact 100. Attendees to the live event are eligible for one hour of CPE credit.

About Impact 100

This year, Impact 100 celebrated 20 years of women collectively awarding $6 million in transformational grants in our community.  Founded in Cincinnati by Wendy Steele, Impact 100 was born out of a desire to make a greater impact by collectively pooling the philanthropic donations of area women into a significant, $100,000-plus grant. The name, Impact 100, comes from the initial goal of 100 women contributing $1,000 to award a $100,000 grant to a community organization. Impact 100 has grown into a movement with chapters in 40+ U.S. cities and two foreign countries. Together, the organizations have awarded more than $25 million in grants. The Cincinnati chapter alone has awarded over $6 million in grant money locally and is a 2019 Recipient of the BBB Cincinnati Torch Award. To learn more about Impact 100, visit www.Impact100.org.

About the Speakers:

Jennifer Rothwell – Client Account Specialist, Ducks In A RowJennifer has more than 15 years of bookkeeping experience across a range of industries, including professional services (real estate, landscaping, and construction, to name a few), non-profit organizations, and the arts. Jennifer enjoys the detailed work of preparing financial statements and helping clients make smart financial decisions. 

Paula Hume, CPA – Director, Barnes Dennig – Paula has more than 25 years of expertise on the tax code as it relates to not-for-profit organizations, a specialization that makes her a popular resource for local organizations and a decided asset to Barnes Dennig’s clients. Since joining Barnes Dennig, she has worked exclusively with not-for-profit clients, which gives her unique insights into the issues they face.

Kara Wysinski, CPA – Senior Manager, Barnes Dennig – Kara has more than 10 years of experience on the Non-Profit Client Service Team at Barnes Dennig. In her time at the firm she has worked with non-profits in the social service, behavioral health, healthcare and arts sectors. She also has received specialized training and performed compliance audit work under OMB Uniform Grant Guidance (formerly, Circular A-133).

Lynn Meiser, CPA – Manager, Barnes Dennig – Lynn has more than 10 years of experience working with non-profit organizations and specializes in non-profit tax preparation. Lynn works diligently to ensure efficient engagements and exceptional client service. Lynn also serves on the Board of Directors on a local non-profit in northern Kentucky.