Trainings

Treasurer/Finance Committee: Right People, Right Roles

Workshop

  • July 24, 2019
  • 9:00 am - 12:00 pm

Were you just elected board treasurer or to the finance committee, and you’re not sure what to do? Or are you an executive director or board chair who has a new board treasurer who needs some finance confidence to carry out their role? This session is geared toward helping new treasurers and finance committee members (or current ones looking for a refresher) be successful in their role; we also encourage nonprofit staff who work with the treasurer/finance committee to attend. We will cover tools and practices that can help board treasurers develop finance skills, ask strategic financial questions, lead board development in finance, and keep the numbers connected to the mission.

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Date

July 24, 2019
9:00 am - 12:00 pm

Location Details

Propel Nonprofits
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About the Presenters

Phil Hatlie, Propel Nonprofits' Senior Loan Officer and Financial Specialist, headshot.

Phil Hatlie

Phil has spent most of his career in the Minnesota nonprofit sector. Although his degree is in liberal arts, he's spent 15 years directing the finances at nonprofits including the Greater Minneapolis Council of Churches, TC Habitat for Humanity, and HECUA. He's been with Propel Nonprofits for more than 10 years as a financial trainer and lender, working with nonprofits in areas ranging from education and social services to the arts to chemical dependency and community health.

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Glyn Northington, Propel Nonprofits' Senior Program Director headshot.

Glyn Northington

Glyn has spent his career fostering relationships while working either for or with nonprofit organizations. He began as a marketing college professor at two liberal arts colleges in Iowa and Missouri before moving to the Twin Cities. Here he got to feed his passion for performing arts by marketing the Guthrie Theater and the Minnesota Opera, and then marketed Target’s support of nonprofits across the country before managing Target’s Foundation and its national arts and food philanthropic portfolios. Becoming part of the Propel Nonprofits team has allowed him to combine his passions in nonprofits, relationship development, and teaching/training into one position as he partners with nonprofit organizations as they add such incredible vitality to our communities.

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Registration Policies

Registration is on a first-come, first-serve basis. Your space is guaranteed upon receipt of registration fee. Online payment is done by clicking the registration link associated with your selected training. Make checks payable to Propel Nonprofits. Checks must be received prior to event to complete registration and guarantee space.

Registrations cancelled prior to the start of the training receive a full refund. After the training begins, no refunds or credits will be granted. To cancel or adjust reservations prior to the event contact Ashley Caradine at 612.249.6665 or acaradine@propelnonprofits.org.