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Nonprofit Financials 101

The financial statements for all nonprofits tell a story: Where they are, where they've been and where they're going. For those women who typically shy away from the Financial Review section of the grant review process, this 101 session will 'demystify' those statements and debunk some standard myths associated with overhead expenses.

Delivered via a panel discussion and Q&A format, attendees will have an opportunity to understand how their own personal financial statements relate to those of a nonprofit's, review some common documents and terminology used, as well as identify some red-flags that might be embedded within the "story of the statements."

Our three panelists are all Impact Austin members:

Alison Alter, Ph.D., is an independent philanthropic advisor who helps individuals, families, and foundations to increase the effectiveness of their giving and to transform their philanthropic experiences.Susie Morse is an Assistant Professor of Law at the University of Texas School of Law, where she researches, writes and teaches courses in financial methods for lawyers and tax law.Nancy Mutscher is a C.P.A. and partner with Deloitte LLP.  She has been with the organization in many different roles over her 26-year tenure, most recently serving as a partner in the Strategic Risk, Reputation and Regulatory Affairs practice. 

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