Kay Sohl has provided training and consultation for executive directors, CFOs and boards of directors of over 9,500 nonprofit organizations throughout the United States. Kay focuses her work on rethinking nonprofit strategies for financial sustainability, board financial oversight, compliance with federal funds management requirements, and the challenges of nonprofit accounting and financial reporting. Kay has worked extensively with environmental engagement organizations and land trusts throughout the United States and has written financial management guidance supporting Land Trust Standards and Practices. She serves as lead finance trainer/consultant for the Alliance Executive Director Leadership program and is a frequent Alliance webinar presenter. Kay is the co-author of the Oregon Nonprofit Corporation Handbook, an 800-page guide to creating, managing, and transforming nonprofit organizations in Oregon. With over 12,000 copies sold over 5 editions, Kay is currently working on the 6th edition of the Handbook. Kay founded and led TACS (Technical Assistance for Community Services) now known as the Nonprofit Association of Oregon, the Northwest's largest and most comprehensive capacity building resource for community based nonprofit organizations. She is an Oregon Licensed Public Accountant, active in the Oregon Society of CPAs and the American Institute of CPAs.
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- A16: Restricted/Conditional/Cost Reimbursement Based Funding: Threading the Accounting and Reporting Maze
September 08, 2023
10:30 AM - 12:00 PM