Practice Group: Non-Profit

The Non-Profit Practice Group is focused on working with non-profits to develop best practices, optimize time with Board of Directors, and to maximize their resources.  Check out the practice page to learn more about the people who serve this area, the services that CFOs2GO provides to global companies and client success stories.


 

Donna Hamlin

Donna Hamlin

Donna Hamlin co-leads the Strategic Services Practice Group, working with clients in all industries to … Read More

Environment, Social Responsibility & Governance

Check out this 11 minute vlog about the latest trends and reporting requirements for all CEOs, … Read More

Wage Growth Frenzy: What’s Happening and What to Watch Out For

Glassdoor’s newly published report* shows the highest wage growth in the nation is happening in … Read More

Shifts and Gaps Emerging Trends for Skills Needed by Companies

Working with clients to find the ideal talent for roles in businesses gives us a … Read More

New Lease Accounting Standards Curfew December 31… Do You Know Where Your Balance Sheet Is?

Lease accounting to comply with new Accounting Standards Update (ASU) under FASB 842(US) and IFRS … Read More

Improving Financial Reporting to the Board: Is Your Board Bored?

At a next board meeting, study the behaviors of the directors when they listen to … Read More

Health Science, Angels and Earthly Talent

Among the thrills I experience in working in the health science industry are the amazing … Read More

Consulting CFOs: The Power of Affiliation

In this blog, Bob discusses why it is important for independent consultants to have affiliation and community in order for them to truly grow professionally. Read More

The Issue – June 2018

In this issue, CFOs2GO Partner Jack Doty discusses the essential intangible qualities present in Turnaround Management and Fast Growth companies. Read More

Cybersecurity in a Changing World

In our post today, guest blogger Jason Clause of Endsight discusses the Equifax data security breach and what we as business people can learn from it. Read More