What’s on Your Radar? Nonprofit Financial Oversight for Boards, Committees, and Leaders Webinar
May 15, 2018

What’s on Your Radar? Nonprofit Financial Oversight for Boards, Finance Committees, and Financial Leaders

Webinar Details:

  • Date: Tuesday, May 15
  • Duration: 60-Minute Webinar
  • Time: 1:00pm EDT ~ 12:00pm CDT ~ 11:00am MDT ~ 10:00am PDT

Join us for the webinar on What’s on Your Radar? Nonprofit Financial Oversight for Boards, Finance Committees, and Financial Leaders with Michael Batts, Managing Partner of Batts Morrison Wales & Lee. 

Learning Objectives:

  • Learn the important distinctions between financial management and financial oversight.
  • Learn the Five Key Areas of Financial Oversight for Boards and Finance Committees.
  • Learn Six Metrics for Assessing Financial Health that Work for Almost Any Organization.
  • Learn the Key Elements of Risk Management – Together with the Proper Role of the Board and Management in Addressing Each Element.


Webinar Speaker

Michael Batts

Michael Batts

Michael Batts is a CPA and the president and managing partner of Batts Morrison Wales & Lee, a national CPA firm dedicated exclusively to protecting nonprofits and their leaders across the United States. He was the chairman of the Commission on Accountability and Policy for Religious Organizations, a member of the ECFA board, and its former chairman. Mr. Batts has more than 25 years of experience serving nonprofit organizations. He is a national speaker and author, having written three books and numerous professional articles on matters related to the nonprofit sector. In 2013, Mr. Batts was inducted into the National Association of Church Business Administration Hall of Fame in recognition of his significant professional contributions to the church community.


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