2019 Nonprofit CFO of the Year Awards: Celebrating Nonprofit CFO Excellence

Behind every thriving and successful nonprofit organization is an exceptional CFO.

Forging through changing landscapes, deciphering new regulations, and holding back budget overruns, the exceptional CFO is a strategic leader and key member of the senior leadership team, helping to drive the organization forward and position it for long-term success.

Now Accepting Nominations for the 2019 Nonprofit CFO of the Year Awards

Help recognize the efforts and achievements of an exceptional CFO whose leadership has made an impact.  Nominate a CFO for the 2019 Nonprofit CFO of the Year Awards.  Nominations are encouraged from CEOs, Board Members, colleagues and industry partners.

Winners will be formally recognized at the annual Awards Luncheon on October 10, 2019 at the Capital Hilton in Washington DC.

Co-founded in 2006 by Tate & Tryon and West, Lane & Schlager, the annual Nonprofit CFO Awards recognize exceptional CFOs who demonstrate a vision for operational excellence, innovation in finance and management, strategic leadership, and commitment to improving accountability.

We hope you will join us in October as we honor and celebrate another group of exceptional CFOs whose leadership has made an impact.  For addition information and to reserve a seat, please visit www.nonprofitCFOaward.com.

VIDEO: Nonprofit CFO of the Year Event Highlights and Tidbits

Check out the video below for event highlights and insights on Nonprofit CFO Excellence from prior year award winners: Eileen Frazier, COO of The Jewish Federation of Greater Washington and Jason R. Daisey, SVP, CFO, Treasurer of WETA.

 

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Tips on Improving Your Nonprofit’s Charity Watchdog Ratings

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In this podcast, we discuss how charity watchdog organizations such as Charity Navigator, BBB Wise Giving Alliance, and GuideStar typically monitor and rate charitable organizations and what nonprofit leaders should be thinking about with respect to their organization’s ratings.

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