The training you need today, where you need it.
With the pandemic, the needs in your communities have risen as fast as your need to find new ways of running your organization.
Whether you need training on federal regulations, strategy and operations, finance or technology, Wipfli trainers continually strive to meet the training needs of nonprofit organizations by offering multiple training methods, including:
- Webcasts: Our webcasts give you tangible training and tips that you can apply to your organization today.
- Virtual training: Our live, interactive seminars dive deep into the topics you need to turn challenges into success.
- Customized training: Experienced trainers are available for topics tailored to your organization.
- Conferences: We bring together the best to delve into the important areas of administrative requirements, technology, change management, IRS guidelines, process analysis, and fraud.
Featured Thought Leader
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.
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.
Kathleen DuBois, M.A., CFRE
Kathleen DuBois is the incoming industry leader of Wipfli’s nonprofit and government practice, serving clients nationally and internationally. Her role entails leading the vision, strategy, operations and resources of the overall practice. During her career, Kathleen has partnered with executives, boards, government officials and staff to guide strategic plans, establish financials, mobilize teams, launch marketing efforts and manage complex projects.