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Financial Oversight: A Team Effort

Financial Oversight: A Team Effort

Tuesday, June 11, 2024
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM (EDT)

Event Details

This webinar is offered in partnership with Common Good Vermont.

The Board has fiduciary responsibility for the nonprofits. What information do board members need to carry out this role effectively, and what should they be looking for? The Board needs a strong financial leader on the staff side to prepare timely, accurate data and ensure systems and controls are in place. It’s a partnership.

How do a Finance Committee and finance staff collaborate to build and maintain effective financial oversight?

Denise Danyow and Elizabeth Redmond are with Gallagher, Flynn’s Client Accounting Services group, providing finance and accounting services in fractional, project and temporary roles.

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Common Good Vermont

Cost + Registration

  • Registration Fee: $35
  • This is a virtual event. You will receive an email with a Zoom link in advance of the event 

Register Here via Partner Website

About the Presenter

Denise Danyow is an experienced leader with not-for-profit expertise including 11 years as Director of Finance and Operations at the Committee on Temporary Shelter (COTS) in Burlington Vermont. This position included oversight of the COTS Board of Trustees administrative functions. She has served in various roles on the boards of Lund (Board Chair and Strategic Planning Chair) and The Charlotte Library (Board President, Treasurer). Denise is also experienced in fundraising and affordable housing development. She has degrees in Economics (Boston College) and MBA/Finance (Boston University).

Elizabeth Redmond, CPA, brings 11 years of public accounting experience auditing not-for-profits, in addition to many years of experience in program, administrative, development and financial capacities with museums and cultural organizations. She served for 5 years as CFO of Pathways for Children, a $9m Head Start agency in Massachusetts, and has been board treasurer of a small not-for-profit and two churches. Elizabeth has a BA from Wellesley College, and an MBA from Simmons University.