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How’s your fiscal health?Smart financial moves for nonprofits today
June 4, 2020
Nonprofits have been under enormous financial stress as donations slowed during this pandemic. Now that we see a glimmer of hope for recovery, what are the immediate strategies that will carry us through? And what should we do to prepare for long-term success?
Join us to hear from entrepreneur and accounting expert, Phyllis Ludwig, who will explore:
- Shoring up your financials now
- A long-term organizational outlook
- Knowing your numbers
Join us on Thursday, June 4th, at 4:00 pm EST for this 45-minute webinar:
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
One lucky attendee will be chosen at random to receive a free bottle of Scout & Cellar wine!
Phyllis founded Ludwig Business Consultants to fulfill a lifelong, entrepreneurial dream to inspire confidence in others to achieve their highest potential. Beginning with her first business client on March 5th of 2002, Phyllis has grown the firm into a full-service, cutting-edge outsourced accounting practice. Phyllis is a graduate of The Catholic University of America where she earned her degrees in Accounting and Economics. She received her Executive MBA from the Temple University Fox School of Business where she was awarded the Dean’s Certificate of Excellence. She is a Certified Public Accountant.
With a 30 year history of strengthening and improving the results of organizations, and backed by her foundational experience as an auditor with Arthur Andersen in Washington, D.C., Phyllis continues to effectively lead, develop, and execute strategic plans. She is an expert in implementing internal financial management reporting systems and is experienced with external bank, government, tax, and audit relationships. Leading by example, she strives for excellence in the firm’s outsourced accounting services and is proud to be a certified Women’s Business Enterprise (WBENC).
As founder and president of AC Fitzgerald, Ann Fitzgerald has served as a trusted partner and adviser to dozens of nonprofits and funders. She holds a master’s degree in philanthropic studies from Indiana University, and brings nearly three decades of experience in fundraising, sales, management, publishing, and marketing. Her expertise in analyzing nonprofit performance and creating tailored solutions has equipped AC Fitzgerald’s nonprofit clients to achieve their missions, raise more money, and maximize personnel resources.