Thu Apr 14, 2016
9:30 am - 11:30 am
Cary Memorial Library
Effective budgeting is essential to the success of any nonprofit organization, and there are several crucial steps in developing an accurate and usable plan. At this seminar we will discuss some of the best practices in budgeting and some of the worst mistakes often made, and how you can implement the former and avoid the latter. The first portion of the seminar will focus on the organization’s annual operating plan, which combines forecasts for each significant revenue and expense item over the course of the upcoming fiscal year.
David Orlinoff is a financial management consultant in the nonprofit community and the full-time CFO of Facing History and Ourselves in Brookline. David has 35 years of experience as a CFO and consultant and has been the interim CFO of such organizations as Franklin Pierce University, Oxfam America, Education Development Center, and Boston Ballet. Previously, David was the CFO of Combined Jewish Philanthropies and of two for-profit corporations. David is on the board of the Boston Jewish Arts Collaborative and a member of the audit committee of the United Way and has been board chair of three other nonprofits. He is a graduate of UCLA, Bentley College, and Harvard Business School and teaches graduate courses in nonprofit financial management at BU and Tufts.
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