“An outstanding CFO … a strong capacity for positive relational leadership.” 

Joseph M. Stowell, President, Cornerstone University;
Executive Committee, Billy Graham Evangelistic Association;
past President, Moody Bible Institute of Chicago.

 


“Richard has a rare ability to clearly communicate complex financial results. As an Audit Committee chair, I particularly appreciated his candor and insightfulness in the areas of internal controls, financial risk and reporting.”

Mark D. Wilkerson, Attorney and member of the Board of Prison Fellowship Ministries
and former Board member of Innerchange Freedom Initiative.


 

“[S]ubstantial nonprofit financial expertise … well-earned status on the short A-list … encyclopedic knowledge of nonprofit accounting … long experience in the charitable and philanthropic sector, and … keen insight and instincts for prudent risk management.

“[C]ontacting Richard may just be your most important contact all year.”

 

George R. (“Chip”) Grange II, Director, GAMMON & GRANGE, P. C.
www.gg-law.com 


“I received the highest accolades about Richard when he came to us.  I can heartily pass on those accolades … [and] I can without reservation recommend Richard.”  

Charles W. Colson, Founder, Prison Fellowship Ministries and Colson Center.


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BOARD REPORTING

Board members are among an organization's greatest assets; yet, their main interaction with your organization may be only a few days per year (and those detailed reports you overnighted weeks ago may be opened only on the plane on the way to the board meeting).  

It is important to maximize the effectiveness of your time with the board by presenting clear, relevant information in a way that highlights your most important points and anticipates questions.  Clear, concise and compelling reporting enables you to hit the mark for a successful board meeting.  

 

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