Financial reporting is a program management and organizational decision-making necessity. Unfortunately, regulatory requirements and stakeholder expectations can sometimes scare folks away from experiencing the importance of the financial report. As the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) states on their website, “Accurate financial reporting means more than keeping the auditors and creditors happy. Staff and stakeholders rely on financial information to monitor the organization’s adherence to budgets, laws, and regulations, as well as to ensure the successful stewardship of its resources.”
Financial reporting tells a very important story about the health and wellness of your Tribal program and its ability to seek new funding opportunities.
- Detail a beginners guide to financial statements
- Review standard not-for profit financial statements, such as the statement of financial position, statement of activities etc
- Explain the narrative explanation also known as the MD&A
Instructor: Marie Dufour-Bonville
Date: June 19, 2018
Time: 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm EST
Marie Dufour-Bonville proudly began her professional career with the Seminole Tribe of Florida in April of 2007. Within the Seminole Education Department, Marie has held positions such as Higher Education Recruiter, Adult Vocational Administrator, and Tribal Professional Development Program Manager. Each position provided her with the unique opportunity to work closely with Seminole Tribal Members in the areas of higher education and professional development in addition to the various Tribal Departments. .
Marie has a Bachelor’s in Political Science with a minor in International Relations and a Masters in Public Administration with a Certificate in Community Development. She is a proud alumni of Florida International University and a member of Pi Alpha Alpha.
Financial Wellness, Leadership, Managing, Webinars
- Offered: Online
- Start: June 19, 2018 -
- End: June 19, 2018 -