San Antonio Area Foundation, 303 Pearl Parkway, Suite 114, 78215
Wednesday, March 28, 2018
9:00 AM – 12:00 PM
This course will build your understanding of the ways in which policies, procedures and internal controls reduce the risk of a loss of funds and information by both employees and outsiders, and will help you identify when a loss may have taken place. Such losses can tarnish the reputation of an organization, affecting potential funding and staff and board recruitment.
Attendees will learn:
- What internal controls are and how to implement them, particularly in a small nonprofit
- About policies and procedures that create a fair and structured environment for employees and board members, and help ensure that business practices are transparent and free from conflicts.
- Ways to use both internal and external audits to identify potential areas of concern
- How to respond if an adverse event occurs
Who should take this class?
CEOs, CFOs, COOs, Controllers, board chairs and others interested in minimizing risk
Jeannie Frazier has over 30 years of experience working in the healthcare and biomedical research industry, most of it in nonprofit environments. She spent 13 years at a large trauma teaching hospital where she was CFO. She also served as CFO for a cancer center and at a basic biomedical research facility funded primarily by federal grants. She was CFO for a for-profit start-up company that provided health screening to individuals, both as part of company wellness events and in retail environments. She was involved in the development and management of a large private medical office building in the Houston medical center. She currently works with a term that provides temporary CFO services to small and mid-size organizations.
Jeannie has served on a variety of nonprofit boards. These include energy and laundry co-ops that provided services to hospitals, a credit union, and a credit counseling service. She is a board member for several organizations supporting children, including AFS Intercultural Programs, Voices for Children, and is currently the board chair for Girl Scouts of Southwest Texas. She served as the community member on the entity that oversees all healthcare in the Texas prison system, a gubernatorial appointment.
Jeannie earned a BS in Mathematical Sciences and a MS in Engineering Economics, both from Stanford University. She is married and has two grown children.
REFUND/CREDIT POLICY: The San Antonio Area Foundation has a strict no refund policy.
If the registrant is not able to attend the workshop and/or class, a substitute may be sent. If a workshop and/or class has been unexpectedly cancelled and/or postponed by the Area Foundation, a refund or credit towards another workshop and/or class will be issued. No refunds or credits will be given for cancellations received less than 48 hours before a workshop.