Resilient Financial Strategy

Aug 24, 2021 9:00AM—12:00PM


All events are currently planned for virtual format (zoom meeting) until further notice. You will receive additional instructions once you complete your registration. We cannot wait to see you in-person as soon as possible and safe to do so and we will update event locations as needed.

Cost $50 for members; $90 for non-members

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**This workshop is part of our 2021 Organizational Leadership Series, to register for the full series click here.

Strong nonprofit leaders must have a strong understanding of their current financial indicators and measures. In this workshop, learn how to use your financial statements to tell the story of your organization’s mission success, through practice with financial analysis and interpretation, and gain a better understanding your nonprofit’s business model.

The Nonprofit Center believes that Access to Capital is one of the four key elements of an effective, sustainable and adaptable organization. To learn more about The Nonprofit Center’s Stronger Nonprofits Frameworkclick here

Join Shari Shuman, of Shuman Consulting Services, who will lead this important topic!

Portrait of Presenter Shari ShumanAbout Shari: Shari Shuman is a results-oriented executive who has over 35 years of operational and financial management experience.  For the past 16 years, she was the Vice President of Administration and Finance at the University of North Florida responsible for overseeing 21 university departments ranging from facilities, information technologies, business units and financial areas with more than 650 full-time and part-time employees.  In addition, Shari served as the UNF Foundation Treasurer, which has an endowment of more than $115 million; Executive Director of the University’s Financing Corporation, Treasurer of the OneJax Board and a member of the Museum of Contemporary Art board of directors.

Before joining UNF in 2003, Shari worked for the City of Jacksonville, serving in multiple critical financial and leadership roles including Chief of Staff for the Jacksonville Economic Development Commission, City Treasurer and City Comptroller. Additionally, Shari has managed all financial, accounting and bookkeeping matters for a family owned enterprise of 225 residential units located in Duval County.

Shari received her undergraduate degree in Accounting from the University of Florida and her Master of Public Administration from University of North Florida.  She has also been a member of many not-for-profit boards serving on Finance, Investment and Human Resources committees.