Behind the scenes of a successful nonprofit organization is the CFO – “faster than a speeding bullet, stronger than a locomotive, able to leap tall buildings in a single bound.” Well, maybe not literally, but successful nonprofit CFOs certainly know how to navigate the financial landscape, organize their team, and serve as a strategic advisor to their CEO and Board.  If you know a successful nonprofit organization, you likely know a potential “Nonprofit CFO of the Year” working behind the scenes.

This is your chance to recognize the efforts and achievements of a CFO whose leadership has truly made an impact. Nominate a CFO for the 2018 Nonprofit CFO of the Year Awards. Nominations are encouraged from CEOs, Board Members, colleagues, and industry partners. Awards will be given for the following categories:

  • Nonprofit CFO of the Year – awarded to an outstanding CFO, currently making a vital contribution to the leadership of a well-recognized nonprofit, as right hand to the executive director and mentor of the team – someone who has impact on the performance of the whole organization and whose stature enables them to serve as an example of all that is best in the nonprofit world.
  • Association CFO of the Year – awarded to an outstanding CFO of an association with less than 100 staff.
  • Philanthropic Organization CFO of the Year – awarded to an outstanding CFO of a nonprofit with less than 100 staff.
  • Rising Star – awarded to three outstanding CFOs of a nonprofit (40 or under)

Nomination Deadline is July 1, 2018. Nominate a CFO Today!

Winners will be celebrated at the 2018 Nonprofit CFO of the Year Awards Luncheon October 11th at the Capital Hilton in Washington, DC.


Podcast: To Lease or Not to Lease? That is the Question.

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Real Estate Lease Versus Buy Considerations
If you’re trying to decide whether to lease or buy real estate, listen to this podcast. Hear what nonprofits should be considering.
Doug Boedeker (Tate & Tryon Audit Partner) discusses the considerations with Kevin Brant and Chris Toth of JLL Mid-Atlantic.

Outsourced Accounting Touchdown! Game Plan for Success

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In the world of football, the playbook contains the strategy and plan for winning the game. It requires careful preparation and skillful execution, a devotion to hard work and discipline, and a desire to be better and climb higher.  Tate & Tryon’s Roberto Terrell is well acquainted with what it takes.  As a former college […]

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