Facilitator: Nonprofit Network
The more you understand about embezzlement, the easier it is to recognize the signs and take steps to keep your company's financial assets secure. Treasurers, Finance Committee members, Board Members, Executive Directors and Bookkeepers will all gain critical information about managing your nonprofits financial resources and futures.
A Board's primary responsibility is protecting the assets of the organization and the most common embezzlement is by employees or internal staff. Come learn how to spot signs of embezzlement or misuse of funds, how to protect your business, steps you should take and how to get the most out of your audit.
1. Raising the awareness that embezzlement does happen
2. Encouraging leaders to give high priority to instituting safeguards against embezzlement
3. Debunking the myth that having an audit fixes the problem
4. Providing some tools/structure for participants to employ back at their shop to enhance safeguards.
All workshops will take place at Miller Manor, 300 Wahwahtaysee Way, Battle Creek, MI 49015.
Parking is available at 300 and 310 Wahwahtaysee way, however it is limited, carpooling is suggested. A parking diagram will be sent with your reminder. (If you park on the street, park ONLY on the property of Miller Foundation.)
These training sessions are only available for non-profit EDs, board members, committee members and potential board members that directly serve the Battle Creek community, including having staff or office space in Battle Creek and are then available free of charge.
Please plan to arrive 15 minutes early as these sessions will start on-time.
Meals will be provided at each of the workshop sessions so registration is mandatory.
Cancellations must be made 1 week preferably and no later than 4 days prior to the meeting if you are unable to attend. Since these workshops are free, please be advised that “No-Shows” may affect the ability of organizations to participate in future events.
If you need assistance with a cancellation or a change in your registration please email Tracey@Nonprofnetwork.org or call our office at 517-796-4750
Regina is well known for her ability to deliver information in a practical, down-to-earth way that makes sense. She can see past symptoms to the root cause of the issue. Having worked all of her life in the nonprofit sector, she seeks to teach organizations to be self-sufficient. Regina excels at making people feel comfortable to safely discuss hard topics.
She has provided consultation to hundreds of nonprofits of all sizes and shapes throughout Michigan and beyond. She is an expert in nonprofit governance and management, with a special interest in bringing people with unique world views and experiences together to dialogue towards consensus on the issues that face their organizations.
Regina has a wide range of nonprofit experience. She has worked as staff, as a volunteer, and as a board member. Prior to becoming Executive Director of Nonprofit Network, Regina was a consultant and development director. She received her BA from Bowling Green State University a very long time ago.
Tony joined the board in 2019 and serves on the Finance Committee. Tony retired from The Cardinal Group as the CFO. Prior to that he was a Rehmann Principal, and served Rehmann for 20 years. Tony also serves as on the Board of Directors as the Treasurer of Compassionate Ministries and serves on the Finance Committee of Lily Missions.
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