January 19, 2021
1:00 pm - 2:30 pm

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Managing Change: Streamlining Your Finances and Operations for Sustainability

This event is hosted by the Better Business Bureau

Review Your Strategy and Technology Options

After surviving a sudden shift to dramatically altered working conditions during the pandemic, many nonprofits are now asking what more they can do to streamline finances and operations. This moment presents an opportunity to take steps that can help minimize risks, focus scarce resources on your mission, and build your nonprofit’s sustainability for the long-term.

We will discuss:

  • Options to streamline operations, manage risks and lower costs
  • Evaluating tech upgrades to protect assets and improve workflow
  • Benefits for internal controls, financial management, staff and stakeholders
  • Aligning risk management with your organization’s strategy to achieve long-term sustainability
  • Employee buy-in, training and pivoting to enhanced work
  • Why some implementations succeed and others fail
  • Discussing upgrade possibilities with board members and funders

You’ll come away with the information and tools you need to make the critical planning decisions needed to strengthen your operations into the future.

Join us and bring your questions! We’ll reserve time for Q&A.

Who Should Attend

This program is especially intended for nonprofit executive directors and CEOs, CFOs and other financial officers, COOs, board members, development officers, nonprofit advisors and other interested executives. Register now!


Melissa Musser, CPA, CIA, CITP, CISA

Partner and Director, Risk & Advisory Services

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Elinor Litwack, CPA

Partner, Outsourced Accounting & Advisory Services

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Additional Speakers

Hilleary Abbruzzese, CPA | Manager, Outsourced Accounting & Advisory Services

Ms. Abbruzzese has over two decades of accounting experience, including an array of outsourced accounting, advisory, financial statement preparation and other accounting services. Her involvement with non-profit, for-profit and government contractors of all sizes provides a breadth of hands-on experience in these particular niche areas.