This workshop is designed to help ground you in the basics of the Form 990 — including practical and purposeful ways to leverage information from a 990 through a nonprofit, financial, or foundation lens.
Led by Julie Couturier, Mandy Sharp Eizinger, and Jeff Williams, this session will cover:
Using the Form 990 as an organizational tool and understanding the information it communicates
How 990 data can tell a story and where to find the elements of that story
The power of 990 data as a tool for the philanthropic sector
Price: $60 (free for current GVSU students/staff/faculty) Format: Virtual
Please Note: Due to the interactive nature of this session, it will not be recorded.
Questions about this event or about your registration? Call 616-331-7585 or email Tiana Hawver.
Julie Couturier, CPA, is the director of operations for the Dorothy A. Johnson Center for Philanthropy at Grand Valley State University. Julie is responsible for all financial reporting, budgeting, and financial analysis for the Johnson Center. In addition to her work for the Johnson Center, Julie is a business and accounting adjunct instructor for Grand Rapids Community College. Learn more about Julie.
Mandy Sharp Eizinger, M.S., is a program manager at the Dorothy A. Johnson Center for Philanthropy at Grand Valley State University. Mandy brings to her role training in Gallup Strengths Coaching and a people-centered approach to developing individuals and programs to make meaningful and measurable impact. Learn more about Mandy.
Jeff Williams, M.A., M.B.A., is the director of the Community Data and Research Lab at the Dorothy A. Johnson Center for Philanthropy at Grand Valley State University. In this role, he oversees a staff of researchers, database experts, and web developers who promote access to data and provide insights into nonprofit and philanthropic organizations and activities. He oversees the lab’s annual research agenda, supervises staff, and is a member of the Johnson Center’s leadership team. Learn more about Jeff.