3 Ideas for Recruiting Nonprofit Volunteers
Need volunteers? Join the club. Most nonprofits struggle to maintain sufficient volunteer staffing levels, but there are relatively simple ways to recruit extra hands.
As a member of the audit department, Liz is responsible for conducting and supervising audit fieldwork. She has expertise working with nonprofit organizations, human service agencies, health care institutions, and governmental entities in the areas of audits, Single Audit, reimbursement, tax and information returns, and financial reporting. Prior to joining Lumsden McCormick in 2013, Liz worked at such places as for the City of Buffalo in the Department of Audit and Control.
Canisius College, Master of Science in Forensic Accounting
State University of New York at Geneseo, Bachelor of Science in Accounting
American Institute of Certified Public Accountants
New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants
Healthcare Financial Management Association, Social Co-Chair
Meals on Wheels, Volunteer
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