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Hollings Center for International Dialogue
“We learned about Ian Shuman and Gelman, Rosenberg & Freedman through the Center for Nonprofit Advancement. We are a small organization and only recently began to take over direct responsibility for our finances from our parent organization. This was a huge step in our institutional development. Ian was invaluable throughout the complex process of setting up our accounting and payroll system, developing our internal controls and reporting systems, and launching our financial management in an efficient and sound manner. Ian is simply delightful to work with. He is consistently responsive to our questions and can explain complex finance and accounting concepts in simple layman’s terms. His guidance helps us make educated decisions about our financial management and organizational policies. Now that we have laid our accounting groundwork, Ian has been helping us prepare for our first Audit and IRS Form 990 submission. He is and will remain a crucial resource for our organization.”
The Hollings Center promotes dialogue between the United States and Turkey, the nations of the Middle East, North Africa, and Southwest Asia, and other countries with predominantly Muslim populations in order to open channels of communication, deepen cross-cultural understanding, expand people-to-people contacts, and generate new thinking on important international issues.