November 19, 2020
What Risks Should Nonprofits be focused on for 2021? Join GRF’s and AHT Risk & Advisory experts for an interactive discussion exploring how internal audit programs are meeting governance expectations, highlighting areas where many organizations are falling short, and identifying possible solutions to close these gaps.
This webinar is intended for C-suite, Internal Audit, Compliance & ERM executives looking to develop internal audit and risk mitigation plans in the post-covid era.
Topics and Questions
- The value of Internal Audit & ERM in your organization
- Is your Board oversight adequate?
- Top Risks for your internal audit plan in 2021 (Topics will include…Fraud, Cyber, Third Party, Business Continuity, Insurance, Strategy, etc.)
- How to develop your organization’s Internal Audit Plan in an efficient and cost effective manner while also maintaining expectations
- How to integrate insurance considerations into your internal audit programs
Melissa Musser, CPA, CITP, CISA | GRF CPAs & Advisors | Principal, Risk & Advisory Services
Mrs. Musser is a principal at GRF CPAs & Advisors with over 15 years of professional experience. She and her team deliver comprehensive risk-based assessments to help organizations respond to strategic, financial, compliance, operational and IT risks. Her expertise includes establishing, maintaining and optimizing internal controls, compliance, Enterprise Risk Management (ERM), and cybersecurity programs. Mrs. Musser is the proud recipient of the 2018 AICPA Information Management and Technology Assurance (IMTA) Standing Ovation award.
Andreas A. Alexandrou, CPA | GRF CPAs & Advisors | Partner, Audit
Andreas A. Alexandrou has been working with nonprofit organizations since 1996. His expertise includes audits and risk advisory engagements for nonprofit organizations including international organizations, associations, private foundations and other charitable institutions. He also has extensive experience auditing organizations subject to the requirements included in Title 2 U.S. Code of Regulations (CFR) Part 200, Uniform Administrative Requirements, Cost Principles, and Audit Requirements for Federal Awards (Uniform Guidance).
Mike Kelly, CIC, CRM | AHT | Senior Vice President & Shareholder
Mike focuses on multinational insurance programs that cover business insurance and employee benefits. His area of concentration is on protecting globally mobile travelers to ensure they are adequately protected and the organization meets its legal obligation to duty of care. A special emphasis is placed upon the intersection of travel policies and procedures, third-party assistance and insurance. The clients Mike works with account for over ten thousand international travelers annually.
Wayne Rock, CPA | National Urban League | Vice President, Regional Affiliate Operations
Wayne is responsible for developing systems to facilitate the strengthening/monitoring of the overall affiliate network. Starting with ensuring that each affiliate has proper financial reporting systems, and are at least preparing financial reports timely, Wayne is also responsible for promoting best practices in governance, fundraising, and program implementation at the affiliates, and facilitates trainings for continued development of the movement’s Chief Financial Officers. Wayne conducts comprehensive analyst of the financial statements, internal control systems, accounting systems, and program fiscal compliance for the Affiliate Services Department. He performs financial, operational and compliance site reviews to the entire affiliate network, making recommended/needed changes and provides technical assistance. He is a member of the Performance Assessment Team, rating affiliates’ operations against non-profit industry best practices.