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3/9/2011: The Increasing Role of Board Governance and Audit Committees: The Financial Responsibilities of Nonprofit Boards

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Wednesday, March 9, 2011 at 1:00 PM (EST)

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Over the past decade, not-for-profit organizations have improved and increased the role of governing boards. Many mission-minded board members have become more focused on the fiscal responsibility that comes with board membership. A renewed interest in financial reporting and internal controls within not-for profit organizations has led many boards to question their composition, structure and role. Donors and other funding sources are asking tough questions, too.

Takeaways:

  • Summarize recent trends in improving board governance
  • Discuss best practice ideas for board governance and audit committees
  • Discuss board and audit committee oversight responsibility, including evaluating internal controls and key financial data
  • Discuss how improved board governance improves an organization
  • A summary of board and audit committee oversight responsibility, including evaluating internal controls

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Meet the Presenter: 

Karl Baker

Karl Baker has been serving clients in the healthcare and nonprofit industry for 18 years. He supervises audits of organizations and other services such as other financial analyses. His experience includes merger and acquisition due diligence, financing assistance, and Medicare and Medicaid reimbursement consulting, including analysis and planning of strategies to manage reimbursement and improve operating efficiencies and profitability. In addition, he consults with clients concerning accounting standards, budgets, feasibility studies, operations, prospective payment system and other management issues. He has presented numerous seminars on operational and reimbursement issues for various trade associations and private groups. He is a contributing author to various periodicals for other state associations. He also serves as the treasurer on a non-profit.

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Feeley & Driscoll, P.C. has been serving as public accountants and business consultants to nonprofit and health and human services clients throughout New England for over 35 years. We have earned a reputation with clients as well as bankers, attorneys and other professionals in the financial community for technical excellence and superior client service. Our experience in the nonprofit fields covers an extensive and diverse range of clients and engagements. Our paradigm for this practice reflects the three major forces in the industry: healthcare providers, human service providers and other nonprofit organizations such as religious, charitable support organizations, schools, and colleges. Our nonprofit and healthcare group consists of approximately twenty (20) professionals. We have developed services to meet the individual and interactive needs of each of these major client groups. Our practice integrates traditional auditing, accounting, tax and consulting services.

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