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How NFPs Can Disrupt Disruption

How NFPs Can Disrupt Disruption

Does your NFP take advantage of disruption? Join us as industry experts reveal how to focus on opportunities.

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NASBA Field of Study

Business Management and Organization



CPE Credits



Cheryl Olson, Amy West


3 months

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NFPs can take advantage of disruption

In this interactive webcast, you'll learn about:

  • Opportunities related to workforce, information technology and real estate
  • Best practices for pivoting NFP operations

Key Topics

  • Changes in real property, technology, managing employees
  • Managing disruption

Learning Outcomes

  • Identify how NFPs can effectively manage a hybrid workforce
  • Determine how to create a secure information technology environment
  • Identify how to re-examine your real property footprint

Who Will Benefit

  • Accountants and finance professionals
  • Individuals working in or with not-for-profit organizations
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NASBA Field of Study
Business Management and Organization
Knowledge of the not-for-profit industry
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Cheryl Olson
Cheryl Olson, CPA, CGMA is the Director, Solutions Strategist for Clark Nuber, PS, providing operational, financial, systems, and governance advisory services. Prior to joining Clark Nuber, she was Director, Council Financial Consulting at the Girl Scouts of the United States of America. For more than twenty years, she has dedicated her career to the not-for-profit sector in a variety of roles, serving as volunteer, consultant, assistant executive director, chief financial officer, auditor and tax accountant. Cheryl holds licenses in Oregon, Washington and New York. She frequently shares her knowledge as an advisor, writer, and presenter, and she is one of the AICPA Not-for-Profit Certificate Program instructors. Cheryl has previously served on the AICPA Not-for-Profit Financial Executive Forum planning team and the AICPA NFP Audit Committee Toolkit Task Force (1st and 2nd editions). Additionally, she is a member of the Oregon Society of CPAs Not-for-Profit Committee and previously served as both Committee and Conference Chair. Cheryl serves as a member of the Finance Committee for the Girl Scouts of Oregon and Southwest Washington. She graduated from the University of the Pacific with a bachelor’s degree in business and public administration, with a concentration in accounting, and is Past President of the Alumni Club, Portland, OR Chapter.
Amy West
Amy West, CPA, CGMA, is currently the Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of AHRC New York City, an organization that provides critical services to people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families. In her role, Amy has direct responsibility for AHRC's operating budget of $315 million and manages a staff of ninety. Prior to joining AHRC, Amy served for eight years as the Director of Finance of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation. She also held the position of Vice President of Finance and Budget at the United States Fund for UNICEF and worked as an auditor for Ernst & Young LLP specializing in the healthcare and not-for-profit industries. Amy began her career as the Coordinator of Fiscal Operations for the New York Public Library. She earned her Bachelor of Science in Accounting from Hunter College and is actively involved in Hunter College’s Mentoring Program. Amy serves as Secretary of the Financial Managers Association, and she is a member of the New York State Society of CPAs Nonprofit Committee and the NPCC’s Nonprofit Excellence Awards Selection Committee. In addition, she serves on the AICPA Not-For-Profit Industry Conference Steering Committee.

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