Hear from Judith Miller, partner at Sayer Vincent – Charity accountants.
Our NEW Expert Insight Sessions will give you the opportunity to hear from an expert, ask questions and discuss with fellow Chairs and Vice Chairs.
This session will be led by Judith Miller. As well as having been a trustee for many years, she is partner at Sayer Vincent LLP and one of the authors of the Honorary Treasurers Handbook. She will look at the oversight role the board has in relation to the charity’s finances. She will cover what skills you need around the board table, and what information the board needs and when in its annual calendar. She will also share her perspective on warning signs and key questions to ask.
If you would like to submit any questions to the expert in advance of the session please email Isabel.email@example.com by midnight on 7th April.
The session will be held over the online platform, Zoom, enabling you to see the expert and others joining the session face to face. Never used Zoom before? Do not worry! Following sign up we will send you a link to join the video call and instructions on how to use Zoom (e.g. how to check your sound and video are working).
The session will begin with the expert giving a short presentation on a particular topic. There will then be opportunity for you to ask questions, share your own learning and experiences and to hear from others.
THIS EVENT IS NOW FULLY BOOKED.
This online peer surgery is open to those who are Association of Chairs members or who have registered with the free Beacon Programme. This free programme is aimed at Chairs and Vice Chairs of smaller charities in England with an annual income of under £1 million.
Please join the programme for free if you a Chair or Vice Chair of a small charity, so you can make a booking for this event; or become a member of Association of Chairs. If you are already a member, or are already registered on the Beacon Programme, please log in to your account to access the booking link.
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm Expert Insight Session
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