Trainings

Treasurer/Finance Committee: Right People, Right Roles

Workshop

  • July 15, 2020
  • 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 15, 2020
9:00 am - 12:00 pm

Location Details

Propel Nonprofits
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Cost

  • $75

Registration

About the Presenters

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Keven Ambrus

Keven is the CFO & vice president of finance at Propel Nonprofits. He has spent his career helping organizations develop financial plans, understand costs, and implement change. He enjoys the inquisitive nature of learning something new and solving problems. Although most of Keven’s professional career has been in the for-profit community, he’s appreciated the opportunity to contribute to and learn from the nonprofit community over the past few years. Before Propel, he was the director of finance and information technology with the Minnesota’s Children Museum. Keven holds an MBA from Embry-Riddle University and is on the boards of COMPAS, Inc. a nonprofit putting creativity into the hands of Minnesotans, and First Universalist Church of Minneapolis.

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Mario Hernandez

Mario joined Propel in the late spring of 2017 and comes with several years of experience leading local nonprofits and serving on nonprofit boards. He has led organizations through growth periods and periods of change. Mario recently managed the for-profit business ventures of a local nonprofit and used his creative, entrepreneurial, and analytical skills to lead those ventures to profitability. Mario’s experience includes improving the operations of organizations and increasing board effectiveness. Prior to joining Propel, Mario worked as an independent consultant with organizations such as the Dayton’s Bluff Community Council and Electric Machete Studios. At Propel, Mario will be working with nonprofits to connect their strategic goals with day-to-day business operations. Mario currently serves on four board of directors for local Twin Cities organizations.

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Registration Policies

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 Jennifer Khang at 612.249.6665 or jkhang@propelnonprofits.org.