Bayer Center - Classes & Events
At the Bayer Center, our approach to education is to stay on top of what's happening in the sector, plan for what's going to happen, listen to you, and offer the ever-adapting menu of classes you see here on our website.
Our approach to thought leadership is to leverage our role as a Robert Morris University center and listen to you through conversations and community gatherings to bring together the best thinking on how our sector can most effectively enhance our community.
Bayer Center clinics are your chance to schedule an hour of individualized, expert advice on topics of interest to your organization for only $65 an hour. Have an HR question? Come to a clinic. Want someone to take a look at your bylaws? Come to a clinic. Want to improve your bowling average? Practice...We can't do everything! But we can help with a lot. Take a look below.
To register for a clinic:
Nonprofit Management Clinics
Bylaws Clinic (2-hour minimum) - Register online!
Bylaws are important in directing the board and the organization. Due to recent changes in the 990 legislation, many nonprofits’ bylaws are not in compliance with best practices. During this clinic, we will review your bylaws, give you suggestions for improvements, and guide you on how to discuss these with your board.
Employee Handbook Clinic (2-hour minimum) - Register online!
Is your employee handbook up to date, and are all the vital elements included? Does its wording comply with wage and hour laws? Is it truly the employee information source that you would like it to be? We can help! We will do a complete review of your handbook and point out the sections that are missing or require revisions.
HR Clinic - Register online!
Do your HR policies need to be updated? Is expansion requiring more staff and more new job descriptions? Are you facing layoffs, or do you have a pregnant staffer and no maternity policy? We can help you with these and other issues including:
- Creating better performance appraisals
- Improving employee relations
- Restructuring benefits and compensation
The session is for any staff person with HR oversight. Bring your materials including employee handbook, performance appraisal form and anything else HR-related to your appointment.
Marketing Clinic - Register online!
We’ll review your current marketing strategy and materials, and give you advice about where you should focus your energy to align with your mission, customers and needs.
Nonprofit Start-up Clinic (2-hour minimum) - Register online!
Thinking of starting a nonprofit? We’ll give you one-on-one guidance with the next steps – whether it is more research, looking into fiscal sponsorship, or reviewing an exemption application. We’ll guide you through different options and the decision-making process.
Finance Clinic - Register online!
Are your financial policies ready for an update? Do you have questions about particular nonprofit accounting standards or practices? Are you or your board looking for new ways to present your financial reports? Have a few questions about your annual tax filings or whether you should get an audit even if it isn’t yet required? A Finance Clinic can assist you with these questions and any other time-bound project or inquiry related to your organization’s numbers.
Looking for a clinic in something that's not listed? We might be able to customize a clinic just for you! Email Carrie Tancraitor at email@example.com to inquire.
Custom Training and Facilitation
Just because you can’t find it on our website doesn’t mean we don't do it. We can create a custom training or facilitation for you on the subject and at the location of your choice.
Here are some areas that might interest you:
- Supervision and leadership
- Board development
- Staff management
- Succession planning
Our successful custom trainings have run the gamut from a three-year long management development curriculum for more than 100 leaders in a large nonprofit to facilitating a one-day retreat on effective Board meetings and governance practices for a small domestic violence agency.
For more information, please contact us.
- Conference Presenters
We love what we do, and we want to tell the world about it! That's why Bayer Center staff have shared their expertise through keynote addresses and workshop presentations with regional and national organizations across the country.
Want an unusual and thought-provoking perspective for your next event? Whether large or small, give us a call.
- Instructor Biographies
Lynette Asson, principal of New Place Collaborations, is an events and marketing maven who creates powerful marketing strategies for businesses and nonprofits. She produces events ranging from intimate receptions to large convention center shows. Lynette worked as national production manager for the International Beauty Show. Her expertise includes adult learning, artist relations, and trade show management for international corporations Goldwell/ KMS, Wella, and Redken. This johannes factotum enjoys working with Pittsburgh-area nonprofits and corporations, including the Bayer Center for Nonprofit Management and its clients, as well as Crisis Center North, Animal Protectors of Allegheny Valley, the Wisdom Corridor, and Pittsburgh Shakespeare in the Parks.
Leslie Bachurski serves as a Quality Assurance Analyst and Scrum Master for her team at Truefit, a Pittsburgh-based software product development consultancy. In these two roles, she ensures that the software works while also looking after the health and functioning of the team. Leslie is well versed in completing project deliverables on time and within budget as she demonstrated in her 16 years with a local nonprofit agency. She has successfully transferred these skills to a career in software development where she utilizes her critical thinking skills, problem solving, and planning and organization skills to support her team in building quality software products.
Don Block is an ESC volunteer with the Bayer Center, and recently retired Executive Director of Literacy Pittsburgh where he worked since 1984. He has extensive experience in working with boards and fundraising, including capital campaigns. At Literacy Pittsburgh, private giving increased significantly in the past few years, thanks to the close partnership between staff and board. Under his leadership, Literacy Pittsburgh received the Wishart Award for Excellence in Nonprofit Management and he was honored as the Outstanding Administrator of Adult Education in the nation. Don holds a master’s degree from Indiana University, Bloomington, and has served in the Peace Corps.
Wendy Burtner is a nonprofit leader, trusted advisor and consultant. She has more than 25 years experience leading organizations through transitions and building strong foundations for growth. Wendy has a wide range of experience across the nonprofit sector including time as a member of the start-up team at GuideStar and leadership roles in health and human services, corporate philanthropy, and arts administration. She is the CEO of Wendy Burtner Consulting and the founder of Nonprofit SideKick, an online community for nonprofit leaders to learn, grow and connect.
Annette Calgaro, Senior Director, Endowments and Foundations, oversees the administrative and investment services provided to BNY Mellon Wealth Management’s nonprofit clients. Annette specializes in the administrative, reporting, fiduciary, and compliance needs of a client base that includes endowments; private, family, and community foundations; and planned giving clients. She earned a degree in economics from Chatham College and a juris doctor from the Duquesne University School of Law. Annette is the treasurer of the Chatham University Board of Trustees, serving on the audit, investment and advancement committees. She also served as co-chair of the University’s successful $100 million capital campaign.
Carlos T. Carter is President & CEO of the Urban League of Greater Pittsburgh. Previously, he was the Executive Director of Homeless Children’s Education Fund, a consultant for Holy Family institute/Nazareth Prep and held roles in the banking industry for more than 16 years. He is a motivational speaker, blogger and published author, “Greatness Awaits You! 23 Ways to Unlock the Greatness Within” His accolades include: 2022 Power of Diversity Black 100 the 2019 Lead Now Pittsburgh Fellowship, Pittsburgh Magazine 40 under 40 Award, National Diversity Multicultural Leadership Award, and New Pittsburgh Courier Man of Excellence Award. He earned his M.B.A. from Robert Morris University.
Matt Cohan works as an IT Manager for American Advisors Group (AAG), a financial services company that delivers products to make retirement easier for older Americans. Matt has worked in IT since earning his Bachelor of Science in Management Information Systems from Edinboro University in 2007. Matt enjoys hitting the gym, golfing, going to the movies, and visiting his family in Eastern Pennsylvania in his spare time.
Chris Cooke, is CEO of Cooke Consulting, focused on strategic and operational planning, board development, succession planning, and risk management. He has served as a consultant and executive coach with the Bayer Center, The Forbes Funds, and New Sun Rising, among others, and as an instructor for numerous classes and an Advisory Board Member for the Bayer Center. Previously, he was the Executive Director of PULSE where he developed the small nonprofit from a single person operation to a team of seven staff and a budget about $1 million with 85% earned revenue. Chris has served on several boards and is the recipient of the City of Pittsburgh’s Citizen Service Award.
Kevin Erdner stands at the nexus of his two greatest passions and fascinations: Leadership and Innovation. With 20+ years of product and team development experience, Kevin currently finds his purpose operating within the healthcare industry, traveling the world to build leading innovations that make a positive difference in patients’ lives. Kevin has studied and performed improvisational comedy throughout Pittsburgh, and has applied improvisational comedy techniques in various programs including those designed to build confidence in upcoming high school students. Kevin received his B.S. in Business Administration with an emphasis in information technology from Duquesne University, where he returned to obtain a Master’s of Organizational Leadership (summa cum laude).
Jeremy V. Farrell, Esq. is a trial lawyer who helps employers with the many legal issues they encounter in the workplace. In addition to representing them in court and before administrative agencies, he assists them with the day-to-day legalities of managing a workplace, including complying with the Americans with Disabilities Act and Family Medical Leave Act; reviewing pay practices; preventing and investigating discrimination and harassment claims; drafting non-compete, non-solicitation, and confidentiality agreements; revising employee handbooks and workplace policies; handling claims for unemployment compensation; and offering guidance on personnel matters, such as terminations and other disciplinary issues.
Jeff Forster is a Product Owner on a software development team at Truefit, a Pittsburgh-based software product development consultancy. He serves as the bridge between the client and the development team, helping the client to identify and prioritize requirements and helping the team understand those requirements within the client’s business domain, objectives, and constraints. Prior to Truefit, Jeff had a long tenure at the Bayer Center supporting nonprofits in technology services and presentations and storytelling.
Victoria Frank holds a Ph.D. in social welfare and a master’s in public affairs from the University of Wisconsin – Madison. Tora was a fellow in the U.S. Department of Education’s Pre-Doctoral Training Program in Education Sciences and currently is a lecturer at the University of Wisconsin Madison, teaching courses in social policy and poverty. She is partner at Marigold Evaluation, LLC with more than 15 years of evaluation experience using both qualitative and quantitative methods to evaluate social and educational programs.
Brett Fulesday has more than 18 years of experience in providing business valuation and litigation- support services for individuals as well as public and privately held, earlystage and mature companies. Driven by the desires to help and to continue to learn, Brett pours his energy and effort into the areas – for-profit and nonprofit alike – of arts, education, entrepreneurship and emerging technology.
Angela Garcia is the Executive Director of Global Links, a Pittsburgh-based organization that works to improve health for vulnerable communities, locally and globally. She serves on the advisory boards of the Bayer Center for Nonprofit Management, Adagio Health, Latin American Cultural Center, Pittsburgh- Matanzas Sister Cities Partnership, and Pittsburgh Labor Council for Latin American Advancement. She has been recognized for her leadership by the Pittsburgh Business Times, Pittsburgh Human Resources Association, Pittsburgh Magazine and Cribs for Kids. She lives with her husband and children in Emsworth and enjoys all things Pittsburgh, especially biking, kayaking and exploring the local food scene.
Jim Guffey joined South Hills Interfaith Movement (SHIM) in 2006 as its first Director of Development and Public Relations. In 2007 Jim became the Executive Director and is responsible for the day-to-day operation of all aspects of SHIM as well as working with the Board of Directors to facilitate the strategic direction of the organization. A graduate of Robert Morris University, Jim has over 30 years of experience working for notable nonprofits, including the American Heart Association and the United Way of Allegheny County (now United Way of Southwestern Pennsylvania).
Phyllis G. Hartman, SHRM-SCP, SPHR, is founder and President of PGHR Consulting, Inc. with 30+ years’ experience in HR. She is a member of the SHRM Expert Panel and a member of the Government Advocacy Team. She has an M.S. in human resource management from La Roche University and is a certified Senior Professional in HR. Phyllis has written numerous articles and three books, “A Manager’s Guide to Developing Competencies in HR Staff,” “Looking to Hire an HR Leader?” and “Never Get Lost Again: Navigating Your HR Career.” She is a past Board of Trustee member for the Homeless Children’s Education Fund.
Lizz Helmsen, Managing Director at Carter, combines 20 years of fundraising experience with a background in the arts, education, and community service. She is known as a creative and energetic professional with a proven ability to build relationships with, and create connections among multiple constituencies. Lizz has directed comprehensive fundraising programs and provides expertise in the areas of campaign counsel, major gifts, development planning, governance, annual giving and grant making.
Jared Henigin, CFP®, AIF® joined Wealth Management Partners in November of 2018. Prior to joining WMP, Jared was a financial advisor at Northwestern Mutual. Jared is a registered representative and Investment Advisor Representative with Commonwealth Financial Services® (Member FINRA/SIPC). In addition, Jared holds the Accredited Investment Fiduciary (AIF®) designation and maintains the Series 6, 7, 63, and 65 securities registrations. He works with WMP in a dual role as Director of Investment Services and as a Wealth Manager. He also works with nonprofit organizations providing fiduciary consulting as well as asset management. Jared lives in Greentree with his wife, Cady. He is a board member for the local chapter of the Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation and enjoys playing sports and guitar in his spare time.
Jon Hoffmann is the principal of Hoffmann Consulting, serving both nonprofit and for-profit clients with a focus on strategic planning, program design and evaluation, and operations management. Prior to launching his own consulting business, his career has spanned executive leadership roles in social services, communications strategy for an advocacy organization, and housing development with a focus on affordability. A Pittsburgh native, Jon holds a master’s degree in social work and bachelor of science in psychology from the University of Pittsburgh.
Yvonne Hudson, director of advancement at Sojourner House, is a principal of New Place Collaborations. She directed higher education communications for Carnegie Mellon, Chatham, New York Law, Yeshiva University, and University of Pittsburgh Theatre Arts. Her work in New York, DC, and Pittsburgh includes projects for the Bayer Center for Nonprofit Management and its clients, Crisis Center North, OnStage Pittsburgh, Quantum Theatre, the Kelly-Strayhorn, and Shakespeare organizations including The Folger, The Shakespeare Society, and Pittsburgh Shakespeare in the Parks. A journalism/psychology alumna of Point Park University, Yvonne earned an M.A. in arts management and developed her solo show, Mrs Shakespeare, at Pitt.
Katherine Koop Irwin is an employment and labor law attorney, professional speaker and corporate trainer. She has represented, counseled and helped employers, business owners, HR professionals, in-house attorneys and managerial employees on how to avoid employment law issues and lawsuits while focusing on their business goals. She regularly advises employers on all facets of the employer-employee relationship, including discrimination and retaliation claims, requests for accommodations and leave, reports of harassment, and wage and hour compliance. She also serves clients in traditional areas of labor law, including negotiating collective bargaining agreements, handling grievance and arbitration matters, and defending employers before the National Labor Relations Board.
Emma Kieran brings more than 16 years of fundraising experience to Pilot Peak Consulting. She has worked with over 50 nonprofits in her career as a coach, teacher, and change agent. Previously, Emma was the Vice President for Fundraising and Development at Orr Associates, Inc. (OAI) and a consultant with Changing Our World (CW). Emma holds an M.A. from Columbia University in organizational psychology, an M.P.A. from American University in nonprofit management and a B.A. from Connecticut College. Emma is a dedicated volunteer for The Ellis School for Girls, her alma mater, and for Girls on the Run.
Don Lodge is a Senior Business Consultant at Duquesne University’s Small Business Development Center. He advises entrepreneurs starting businesses as well as business owners who want to grow their companies. For over 20 years, he has been a business consultant to small business owners. Before that, his regular day jobs were director-level positions in human resources, especially compensation and benefits, at large organizations like Westinghouse, Mercy Hospital, UPMC, and K & L Gates. He also taught graduate courses at Duquesne, Carnegie Mellon, and La Roche Universities for over 30 years.
Mark Lynch, Carter, has more than 30 years of experience in fundraising, communications, marketing and branding, and organizational development for nonprofit organizations, including fundraising consulting through Ketchum, Inc., and A.L. Brourman Associates, Inc. Mark is a registered fundraising consultant in Pennsylvania and West Virginia. He is active in the community, currently serving on the Community Advisory Board of the Allegheny Regional Asset District, and has served on many other committees and boards for nonprofit organizations including Support Inc. and the Sewickley YMCA. He is a graduate of Leadership Pittsburgh, Class XIII.
Darcel Madkins is a Vendor Relationship Risk Specialist for The PNC Financial Services Group, Inc. Previously, Darcel was the Pittsburgh Market Diversity & Inclusion Liaison and served as the President of African American Employee Business Resource Group (AA EBRG) at PNC Bank and was CEO of the nonprofit Umoja African Arts Company. She is Co-Founder of African American Leadership Association and Founder of African American Leadership Foundation which serve to promote, develop, and recognize the network of African American leaders. She serves on the boards for the Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium, Legacy Community Options for All People and Committee Advisory Council 90.5 WESA/91.3 WYEP. She is an alumnus of Coro Center for Civic Leadership’s Women in Leadership class of XV and Leadership Pittsburgh, Inc. class of XXIX.
Sarah McMullen, M.B.A. joined the Executive Service Corps in 2018 and is currently the Director Senior Leadership Projects at the University of Pittsburgh. She has worked for Pittsburgh nonprofits and education organizations for over 20 years specializing in the areas of event management, program and resource development, project management, volunteer management, marketing, user experience enhancement, and strategic partnerships. Sarah holds a B.A. from Westminster College and an M.B.A. in Nonprofit Management from Marylhurst University. She serves as the secretary of the board for the North Hills Art Center and is a board member and chair of the Development/Fundraising committee for the Pittsburgh Schweitzer Fellows Program (PSFP). She is also a fiber artist and participates in independent shows and community-based fiber art projects.
Chris Mielo is the Communications Manager at Achieva, where he develops content to share the important work Achieva does in the community for families and people with disabilities, and manages their three brands across 12 social media channels. He has developed videos for the North Side Steelers Youth Athletic Association, The Pittsburgh Steelwheelers, DON Services, Pennsylvania’s Technical Training Assistance Network (PaTTAN), PA’s Office of Vocational Rehabilitation, and done player photos for The Miracle League through Pittsburgh Pirates Charities. He has a B.A. in media arts from Robert Morris University’s TV/Video Production program.
Stephanie Mihleder is Executive Director of Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Laurel Region (and a proud Big Sister). She worked closely with hundreds of nonprofits during her years as the Lead Community Service Representative for BNY Mellon Global Philanthropy. She earned her B.S. in Communications Media from IUP and holds certifications in Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion and Boards of Directors. She has been named by the Community Foundation of Westmoreland County as one of the top 10 female nonprofit leaders in Westmoreland County and Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Laurel Region, won Agency of the Year during her second year of tenure.
Kara D. Mostowy, M.S., CFRE, GPC has extensive experience in fundraising for human services and educational organizations. She has raised more than $30 million in support of nonprofits over her career, with extensive experience in special events, capital campaigns, grants, corporate giving, major and planned gifts. She enjoys sharing her experience with colleagues through the Association of Fundraising Professionals, Grant Professionals Association and Planned Giving Council. She holds the CFRE and GPC credentials. Kara was honored as the Outstanding Fundraising Executive in 2012 by the Western PA Chapter of AFP. She is a graduate of Leadership Pittsburgh.
Paul Novelli is the Social Media Coordinator at Robert Morris University. He graduated from the University of Pittsburgh in the spring of 2018 with Bachelor’s degrees in Rhetoric & Communication and Film & Media Studies. Prior to joining RMU, Paul managed and created a variety of social media accounts for TWO MEN AND A TRUCK – Pittsburgh, the Black Sheep and La Roche University’s athletic department. His creative skills include photography, videography, editing, social media management, writing and knowledge of the Adobe Creative Suite.
Michele O’Leary is a CPA and a Principal in the Pittsburgh office of Zelenkofske Axelrod. Michele has over 25 years of experience in public accounting and has specialized in the Public Sector for 15 of those years. She provides auditing, accounting and consulting services to Public Sector clients. In addition to her professional work with nonprofits, Michele volunteers at several organizations and currently serves as the finance committee chair for the YMCA of Greater Pittsburgh, board member for Contemporary Craft, and advisory board member for Deer Valley YMCA Family Camp. Michele holds a B.S. in accounting from Indiana University of Pennsylvania.
Jack Owen, Founding Member of Owen Law Group, LLC is a tax lawyer with extensive expertise representing a broad range of clients, including tax-exempt charities, businesses and individuals in tax, business law, nonprofit, estates – trusts and planned giving. The Executive Service Corps of Western Pennsylvania named Jack the “Outstanding Volunteer Attorney for 2004” for pro bono legal services. He also received the “Allied Professional of the Year” award in 2005 from the Pittsburgh Planned Giving Council. Based on an evaluation process of his peers, Jack is AV-Rated by Martindale-Hubbell and a Pennsylvania Super Lawyer.
Dr. Jo Ellen Parker is a former college president and museum executive with extensive fundraising experience. As President and CEO of Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh, she oversaw the successful campaign to expand the Carnegie Science Center. And as a long-time educator, she loves sharing information to help nonprofit leaders and their organizations thrive.
Melanie Rutan works with a wide variety of nonprofit clients at Bookminders, where she serves as an accountant and trainer. She received her B.S. in Business Administration with an emphasis in accounting from West Virginia State College in 1988 (Summa Cum Laude). Melanie was an Examiner-In-Charge with Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) for 11 years before joining Bookminders in 2001.
Maria Satira is an award-winning communications professional and author with experience in journalism, public relations, and nonprofit marketing. She spent nearly 10 years as a local news anchor, later moving into nonprofit communications for an economic development organization. She founded Maria Satira Media, LLC and wrote the book, “An Introduction to Media Relations for Nonprofit Organizations,” to help nonprofits achieve their media relations and communications goals. Originally from Pittsburgh, she holds a bachelor’s degree with majors in media arts and communication from Robert Morris University. She now lives in Greenville, North Carolina with her husband and their two rescue dogs.
Patrick Schmitt is a leading innovator in the field of fundraising and social impact. From 2009-2010, Patrick ran email fundraising for President Obama, where his team invented many existing best practices in digital fundraising. He served as Head of Innovation at Change.org, helping to grow that organization to 200 million members in just four years. Patrick is the co-founder of FreeWill, a social venture which has helped organizations raise more than $1.5B in new planned gifts and qualified charitable distributions. Patrick and his co-founder Jenny were recently named two of the Top 50 Philanthropists in the World by Town & Country. Patrick received his B.S. from Georgetown University and M.B.A. from Stanford University.
Rekha Shuklat has more than 30 years of development and management experience gained in public and nonprofit organizations in Asia, New York and Pittsburgh. She holds a Master of International Affairs Degree from Columbia University. Rekha is a partner at Marigold Evaluation, LLC concentrating in evaluation, project development, and strategic planning. Tom Sullivan is a Leadership & Organizational Development Consultant with ProGrowth Associates, LLC, Pittsburgh, PA. He has many years of service in key human resource positions creating solutions for executive learning, talent assessment and succession planning. Tom works closely with senior management teams as a trusted advisor, serving in a variety of corporate, health care and nonprofit industries. He is an accredited facilitator for multiple leadership and team development models, and has conducted seminars throughout North America and in Europe. Tom has a master’s degree in Public Administration from Long Island University, NY and a bachelor’s in Social Work from Kean University, NJ.
Chris Thyberg understands the challenge of leading effectively in complexity and how vital it is for leaders to have a partner in their professional and personal growth. After 30+ years in leadership at Carnegie Mellon, Penn State and a global nonprofit, Chris now offers executive coaching to emerging and experienced leaders in all sectors. Since 1987, Chris and his family have lived in East Liberty, shared in its gains and losses, and take hope from rising community leaders. To serve the common good fuels his passion to support purpose-minded leaders who empower and sustain resilient organizations committed to our shared flourishing. You can find Chris at LinkedIn.com/in/christhyberg.
Trina Walker is the Lead Consultant for TLW Strategy, a consulting firm designed to help nonprofits create efficiencies in their plans, people, and processes so they can have a greater impact. Trina has more than 25 years of nonprofit leadership, strategy, and marketing experience in healthcare, advertising, consulting, education, religious, and cultural organizations. She has helped organizations with strategic planning, organizational change, staff development, fundraising, marketing, and communications. Prior to launching her own consulting company, Trina served as Director of Communications and Creative Services at Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh, and Director of Marketing and Outreach at the University of Pittsburgh’s College of General Studies.
Michaela Kizershot White is a Gift Officer at The Pittsburgh Symphony, where she works with individuals in accomplishing their philanthropic goals as related to the symphony’s mission. Michaela has held roles in the arts and education sector. She studied violin performance and music education at Northwestern University and later received her Masters of Arts Management from Carnegie Mellon University. A thread throughout her career is building opportunities to deepen one’s connection to what they care about most. Michaela values the use of data-driven strategy and she can often be found running in Pittsburgh’s neighborhoods as she trains for marathons.
Drew Zerick is an assurance services manager with Sisterson & Co. LLP and has over 15 years of professional experience. Her professional career has involved providing accounting and auditing services to a variety of clients, with a focus on nonprofit organizations, as well as spending several years working as a Controller for a healthcare company. Drew rejoined Sisterson in 2013 where she also serves on the Firm’s Recruiting Committee and as an instructor for their in-house continuing professional education program. Drew also has experience serving on a nonprofit board and presenting financial statements to nonprofit boards.
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