Coffee Talk: COVID-19 Concerns in Day-to-Day Accounting Functions (Session 2)

April 7, 2020 Crystal Macmillan

Foundant has been closely tracking the global private philanthropic response to COVID-19 through news stories, public resources, and conversations with our clients. Although the response to COVID-19 has taken on familiar patterns for funders and recipients, the response affects clients in different ways than we have seen in the past.

In this second session of our Finance COVID Coffee Talk series, we discuss the following:

  • Managing an Emergency Response Fund if one has been established
  • Internal control in a remote environment
  • Monitoring market conditions

Watch this on-demand webinar to hear how your peers are tackling issues around COVID-19 in their day-to-day accounting functions.

About the Author

Crystal Macmillan

Crystal Macmillan received her Master in Accounting from the University of Missouri – Kansas City and maintains her CPA license in Missouri. Crystal has been an adjunct instructor at UMKC, teaching systems and governmental accounting courses. Before joining Foundant, she spent over six years with the Greater Kansas City Community Foundation as part of the Foundation Services Team providing back-office accounting services to community foundations across the country. Outside of work, Crystal and her husband chase after two little guys who enjoy Legos, dinosaurs, and apple pie. In her remaining time, she enjoys quilting – her favorite quilt so far is her mother’s flannel quilt.

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