with Heather Young
Tuesday, May 10, 2016
3:30 to 5:30 PM EST
Free for NIMAC Members
$10 for MANO and AMAAS Members
Do you stare blankly at the Balance Sheet and have no idea what it is telling you? Do struggle when reporting your financial data in CADAC?
This webinar will give you the necessary tools to understand the story that the Balance Sheet tells about your organization.
Additionally, we will discuss the ways in which CADAC, your accounting records and financial statements intersect. From the best way to set up your books to communicate with CADAC to the tricks used to understand this complex form, the session will make you more confident when working with these key documents and forms.
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About the Instructor
Heather Clara Young has worked in the field of arts management for over twenty-five years. Her experience includes leadership roles with a variety of arts and heritage service organizations, theatre and dance producing companies, galleries and museums, facilities, festivals and community organizations, in both professional and volunteer capacities. Before founding Young Associates in 1993, Heather had served as General Manager for both Nightwood Theatre and the Fringe of Toronto Festival.
As the Principal of Young Associates, Heather has provided bookkeeping and consulting services to dozens of organizations, and delivered professional workshops, training and seminars on topics ranging from budgeting to sales tax, to setting prices, to reading financial statements. She has completed business and strategic planning assignments for an array of arts organizations in Toronto and across Southern Ontario, frequently in partnership with First Stage.
For 15 years, Heather has taught accounting and financial management to diploma and continuing education students in Humber College’s Arts Administration programs, and Humber’s Fundraising and Volunteer Management Program. She was a 2004 recipient of Humber College’s Continuing Education Award of Excellence for Outstanding Academic Contribution. In 2010, she was appointed to teach finance for the University of Toronto’s Specialist Program in Arts Management. In 2012, Heather was awarded the Sandy Tulloch award for Innovation in Arts and Culture by Theatre Ontario.