Event

Fraud Risk and Controls for Smaller NFPs

Thursday, February 16, 2023 - 1:00pm
Speaker: 
Shawn Miller, Jeremy Zissman

Join us for a one hour webinar on February 16, 2023 as we discuss the risks and necessary controls for smaller NFPs related to fraud.  The main purpose is to discuss what smaller NFP’s, with tight budgets, should consider related to fraud.

Register for this webinar here: https://www.gwscpa.org/public/catalog/coursedetails.aspx?courseID=23NPBFR

Shawn Miller Bio:
I am with Calibre CPA Group. My goal is simply to help my clients serve their members better.

My primary focus is in helping clients serve their members better.  This includes assisting clients with internal control design and implementation, COSO audits, software implementation as well as standard financial audits.   This also includes leading and performing forensic audits and fraud examinations to assist my clients in obtaining the maximum possible recovery and taking steps to prevent future malfeasance.

My expertise is with not-for-profit organizations including labor unions, employee benefit funds, trade and professional associations and advocacy groups. Additionally, I have in-depth knowledge of government grant administrative requirements and cost principles.under the new OMB Supercircular.

Named one of 2012's SMART CPAs in the Washington DC area by SMART CEO Magazine.

Specialties: Forensic audits, Fraud examinations, Non-profit financial, operational and governance issues - including issues related to international operations; internal control design; COSO audits

Jeremy Zissman Bio:
Jeremy Zissman joined A. Michael Gellman in forming “Fiscal strategies4nonprofits” in 2016. Zissman brings more than 30 years of experience in public, corporate & non-profit accounting. Zissman brings experience in the oversight of the financial health and viability of non-profits and ensuring that financial resources are aligned with the strategic goals. Zissman participates in determining strategic direction and program accomplishments by tracking progress and forecasting outcomes of operations compared to planned objectives, budgets and grant funds. Zissman started his career in public accounting at KPMG, followed by nearly 20 years in the corporate accounting environment. Most recently, he transitioned into the non-profit sector, bringing his corporate accounting experience to non-profits in need of recognizing corporate governance, strategies and a business model that follows corporate philosophies while still delivering the invaluable program services to their constituents. Thus, he brings a wealth of experience in managing the finance and accounting data of organizations to benefit the clients of “Fiscalstrategies4nonprofits”. He is a certified public accountant in Virginia

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