Top Considerations for the Nonprofit Sector, Part One
The impacts of the pandemic and calls to further social justice work won’t subside overnight, leaving many organizations continuing to reassess their processes, approaches, and impact.
Sarah started her career with Lumsden McCormick as a tax intern and now works in the audit and assurance department, where her primary focus is accounting, auditing, and tax matters related to nonprofit organizations and governmental entities. She has significant expertise working with exempt organizations including private and public foundations, primary, secondary, and higher educational institutions, auxiliary organizations, and community colleges in the areas of accounting for and compliance with diversified investment portfolios, tax compliance, and consulting, including unrelated business income and sales tax, information returns, financial reporting, and compliance with Yellow Book and Uniform Guidance.
Daemen College, Bachelor of Science, Accounting
American Institute of Certified Public Accountants
New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants
- Buffalo Chapter, Director and President-Elect
- Nonprofit Committee - Buffalo Chapter, Chair
National Association of College and University Business Officers
New York State Education Department Charter School Audit Guide Committee, Member
Western New York Planned Giving Consortium, Member
American Legion Auxiliary (NY), Member
Habitat for Humanity, Volunteer
Lumsden McCormick Making A Difference (MAD), Volunteer
New York Council of Nonprofits, Inc. (NYCON), Board Member
United Way of Buffalo and Erie County, Volunteer