Common Good Vermont: Finance Friday: Audit Time: What Types of Audit are Best for Your Organization? 06/16/2017
Did you know that there are several types of audit that a nonprofit organization can utilize to ensure different levels of review and assurance? Todd Wimette of Wisehart, Wimette and Associates, PLC will delve into the different types of engagements, what is involved and the reporting that can be delivered by your audit firm. Learn more about Financial Statement Audits and Reviews and find out if Examination Engagements and Procedures Engagements may benefit your organization. This webcast is also an opportunity to ask your questions about how to best practices to prepare for financial audits and how to choose your auditor.
Spring 2017 Nonprofit Luncheon: The Data Driven Nonprofit
Dates: Tuesday April 18th
Time: 11.30 - 2 p.m.
Location: Doubletree Hotel, South Burlington VT
Nonprofit organizations are vital to making meaningful change in the world and they have significant amounts of untapped potential in their data. Unfortunately, many nonprofits lack the strategies, skills, and guidance to make better decisions based on their data.
Join us for Common Good Vermont’s Spring Nonprofit Luncheon on April 18th at Noon at the Double Tree in South Burlington to learn how “big data” is completely transforming how companies drive their decision making and how Vermont nonprofits can tap the potential of their data, make better decisions and achieve improved community outcomes.
About the Presenter
We are pleased to present Steve MacLaughlin, Vice President of Data & Analytics at Blackbaud, and author of the current Amazon best seller “Data Driven Nonprofits”. Steve brings his 20+ years of experience driving innovation with a broad range of companies, government institutions, and nonprofit organizations. MacLaughlin has been featured as a fundraising and nonprofit expert in many mainstream publications, including The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Los Angeles Times, The Boston Globe, The Chronicle of Philanthropy, USA Today, Bloomberg, and has appeared on NPR.
This month we have a recap of some HUGE events starring the people of Vermont and their ability to mobilize for a cause. Day One of the legislative session, a Healthcare National Rally, MLK Day celebrations, the Women’s March on Montpelier, and more. We’ll also be speak with Dustin Tanner about the Raise the Wage campaign.
Host: Grant Taylor
Guest: Dustin Tanner
Producer: Grant Taylor
Rights and Democracy shares perspectives leading to a vision for a state in which every Vermonter earns a livable wage and has access to affordable health care, and where a progressive and equitable tax system supports an economy that protects the environment and human rights. We believe Vermont can lead our country in a new direction towards happy, healthy, and just communities for everyone.
For more info visit: http://www.radvt.org/
Hosts Liisa Reimann Rivera and Ron Wanamaker discuss raising the building near the Winooski bridge with Jay White, Architect.
More information on Preservation Burlington.
Liisa Reimann Rivera - Originally from England, Liisa has lived in Burlington since 2006. She earned her Master's in Historic Preservation from the University of Vermont and is a principal with Blue Brick Preservation. Liisa lives in a 1954 ranch house, whose historic wooden windows she thinks are of a genius design seldom seen since, in Burlington's New North End. Liisa's passions include historic industrial buildings, firehouses and little-known builder-architects of the vernacular landscape.
Ron Wanamaker - Ron has been a member of the Board since 2007 and has served as Vice President and President. A passionate preservationist, he continues to serve on the Education Committee for Preservation Burlington and is also a member of Burlington’s Design Advisory Board. A contractor since 1988, he has lived and worked in Burlington since 1998 and managed Wanamaker Restoration as well as Champlain Valley Millworks.
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