As you read in our recent newsletter article – Some Changes at NFP Partners – this year has brought some significant changes to NFP Partners. Although Lee and I discussed this transition for quite some time, our plans changed many times as we approached the target date. I am very relieved that Lee decided to stay with NFP Partners to offer his expertise and to help ensure the continued success of the firm. I am so grateful for everything that he has done for me, both professionally and personally.
When I first met Lee, I was working with his team to implement MIP software for a large Colorado nonprofit. Upon completion of the project, Lee and I developed a business model for outsourced accounting services. Since then, I have been entrenched in that side of the business, along with significant work on the MIP consulting side.
Lee’s strong involvement and reputation in the nonprofit community has greatly contributed to our success. I am excited to introduce NFP Partners’ team, which also has deep roots with our nonprofit partners. Over the course of the next several newsletters, you will learn more about each member of our team but here is an overview:
- Jessica Taylor provides controller-level accounting services to several nonprofit clients. She will be expanding her role to include both marketing and sales for outsourced accounting and MIP Fund Accounting software.
- Jewell Cochran also provides controller-level accounting services to our nonprofit clients.
- Tracy Sadoff is responsible for the day-to-day outsourced accounting services for many of our nonprofit clients. She will also be assuming many of the day-to-day accounting tasks for NFP Partners.
I look forward to a long future of providing services to the Colorado nonprofit community. If you have any questions, or need anything, please contact me at Laura@nfppartners.com or 303-775-5620.