Crisis response and recovery resources to protect and enhance your organization and those you serve.
These are unprecedented times. The rapid spread of COVID-19 and unforeseen disruptions are impacting virtually every aspect of your organization and the communities you serve. And the uncertainty of the situation can feel overwhelming as circumstances are constantly shifting.
Wipfli is committed to providing resources and support to help guide you and your organization through this crisis and beyond. With health and safety our highest priority, we’re helping you navigate the turmoil of today and continue to strengthen your tomorrow.
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In the second webinar in our series, we will help Head Start and Community Action Agencies identify and discuss key questions that will allow organizations to be more resilient and agile as they come through the current crisis. We will look through the lenses of technology, workforce and risk and define what might look different in each aspect, considering the crisis response services the networks are and will be providing, additional stimulus funding and shifting requirements. Both networks believe this is our moment, so how can we prepare for our moment?
In the first webinar in our series, we will help Head Start and Community Action Agencies identify and discuss key questions that will allow organizations to be more resilient and agile as they come through the current crisis. We will look through the lenses of strategy, public relations and organizational culture and define what might look different in each aspect, considering the crisis response services the networks are and will be providing, additional stimulus funding and shifting requirements. Both networks believe this is our moment, so how can we prepare for our moment?
We’re here to help you.
Wipfli has been working with nonprofits for over 90 years to innovate and unlock their full potential to serve their communities. Because COVID-19 has had such a huge impact on society, the economy and communities across the country, we’ve pinpointed ways we can help nonprofits face their challenges head on and put themselves in the best position to succeed going forward.
- Enabling remote employees
- Cloud-based accounting systems
- Outsourced payroll and accounting
- Professional development and training
- Organizational performance
- Change management consulting
Featured Thought Leader
Steven P. Lipton
Steve Lipton leads Wipfli’s nonprofit and government practice, serving clients across the United States and internationally. He works with his team to provide a diverse array of accounting and consulting services, with a deep focus on helping organizations create stronger outcomes based on their mission. Steve personally works with organizations on strategic and leadership development as well as leadership succession.
Tammy T. Jelinek, MBA
With over 20 years of experience working in and with nonprofit organizations, Tammy engages with leadership teams to strategically align their goals to grow, expand, and meet their mission. She is one of our nationally recognized trainers in the areas of Head Start/Early Head Start regulations, parent engagement, organizational development, organizational culture, human resources, leadership, and management.
Brian R. Gaumont
Brian Gaumont is a partner within Wipfli’s nonprofit and government practice. He has over seven years of experience at Wipfli. During this time, Brian has served as an experienced facilitator, working with small and large groups, and specializes in work with grant-funded and community-based nonprofit organizations. His consulting expertise is with organizational development and strategic planning.
Denes Tobie, CPA
As a partner in Wipfli LLP’s nonprofit and government practice, Denes oversees audit engagements and consulting opportunities and works with clients to maintain compliance with laws and regulations. In addition, as a leader of NGP’s training practice, she trains nonprofits and government agencies in regulations, best practices, and governance.
Shereen Mahoney, CPA
Shereen Mahoney brings deep industry and technical experience to her role as Nonprofit Industry Leader and Technology Consulting Partner. Shereen has expertise in all aspects of accounting, financial, and business software and systems including implementation and management. She is dedicated to helping organizations improve business processes and productivity, reduce operational costs, and get timely access to financial information so they can run their organization more efficiently.