Fall 2016 issue of Horizons
As demand for services provided by not-for- profit organizations continues to increase, continuous changes and adjustments toward providing more services with fewer resources are being implemented.
Not-for-profit organizations are facing these challenges head-on and adapting necessary policies and strategies to continue serving our communities in the ever-changing economic conditions.
RubinBrown’s Not-For-Profit Services Group As a recognized leader in the not-for-profit sector, we have the resources essential to serve arts and cultural organizations, foundations, private schools, religious organizations, social service agencies and trade and membership associations.
Judy Murphy, CPA, CGMA — St. Louis Partner-In-Charge Not-For-Profit Services Group 314.290.3496 firstname.lastname@example.org
Mary Kay Lofgren, CPA — St. Louis Partner & Vice Chair Not-For-Profit Services Group 314.290.3475 email@example.com
Amy Altholz, CPA, CGMA — St. Louis Partner & Vice Chair Not-For-Profit Services Group 314.290.3369 firstname.lastname@example.org
Kim Ryan, CPA, JD, LL.M — Denver Partner & Vice Chair Not-For-Profit Services Group 303.952.1208 email@example.com
Sharon Latimer, CPA — Kansas City Partner & Vice Chair Not-For-Profit Services Group 913.499.4407 firstname.lastname@example.org
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