Calibre CPA Group Senior Tax Manager, Subrina Wood, will be speaking about ‘Financial Stability & Accountability for Nonprofits‘ at the National Network for Justice’s (NNJ) 2nd Annual Policy & Skill Building Convening on Tuesday, October 13 at 4pm.
Subrina has 33 years of public accounting experience with extensive experience in taxation, asset management, and tax return preparation training for several clients ranging from not-for-profit organizations, banks, trust funds, investment firms, and public accounting firms. She has been a presenter for the Greater Washington Society of CPA, The Tax Institute, the American Society of Association Executives (ASAE), and the AICPA. Subrina is the co-author of the book Guide to the Newest IRS Form 990. She received her Master of Science degree from Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts, and her Bachelor of Arts degree in Fine Arts from the College of Holy Cross in Worcester, Massachusetts. Subrina is also a NNJ member.
Leaders of nonprofits are faced with reporting requirements established by the I.R.S. to ensure that the organization is operating efficiently and effectively regarding financial reporting. During Subrina’s session you will learn about quarterly reports, IRS Form 990, best accounting practices and more.
Registration can be accessed here.