Trainings

Treasurer/Finance Committee: Right People, Right Roles

Workshop

  • August 25, 2021
  • 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 with 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 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

August 25, 2021
9:00 am - 12:00 pm

Cost

  • 75.00

Registration

About the Presenters

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Mario Hernandez

I’m a firm believer of nonprofits’ ability to build and sustain a more just society. I’ve been in the sector for nearly 20 years and have served in numerous executive leadership and board roles—executive director, vice president and chief operating office, board chair, board vice chair, and board treasurer. I’m excited to share what I’ve learned leading organizations with other current and emerging nonprofit leaders. I enjoy talking strategy, methodical operation plans and marketing campaigns, collective impact through collaboration, inclusive leadership development, and paying for it all through sustainable business models. St. Paul is my home. I cross the river daily. Family and connection to community matter to me.

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Keven Ambrus

I like to think everyone has a little financial analyst in themselves. I’ve spent much of my career helping organizations develop financial plans, understand costs, and implement change. I really enjoy the inquisitive nature of learning something new and solving problems. Although most of my professional career has been in the for-profit community, I’ve appreciated the opportunity to contribute to and learn from the nonprofit community over the past few years. I find working within the nonprofit community to be fulfilling and connected to who I am. I received my MBA from Embry-Riddle University and am on the boards of COMPAS, Inc., a nonprofit putting creativity into the hands of Minnesotans, and First Universalist Church of Minneapolis. When I am not working, you can find me with a golf club in my hand or doing some type of sports activity.

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Registration Policy

Registration is on a first-come, first-served basis. Your space is guaranteed upon receipt of the registration fee. Online payment is made using the registration link associated with your selected training. Registration fees may also be paid by check. Make checks payable to Propel Nonprofits. Checks must be received prior to event to complete registration and guarantee space. 

Registrations canceled prior to the start of a training receive a full refund or credit transferable for you or another person to attend a future scheduled workshop. No refunds or credits will be granted for no-shows. To cancel or adjust reservations prior to the event contact Abby Frank Taylor at 612.249.6758 or afranktaylor@propelnonprofits.org.