With over 25 years of experience in financial management and reporting, budgeting, accounting and taxation, George has served in senior financial management leadership positions in public accounting firms, for-profit enterprises and not-for-profit organizations.
He is a graduate of Bryant University, with both a BS in Business Administration with a concentration in Accounting, as well as an MBA in Management. He is a member of the Massachusetts Nonprofit Network, AICPA (including the Tax, Not-for-Profit and Government Audit Quality Center sections), the Massachusetts Society of CPA and the Boston Nonprofit Consultants Network.
With a confident, comfortable communication style, he translates technical accounting and finance issues in to understandable concepts. His audiences have included financial managers, Boards and Committees, commercial lenders and accounting and finance peers. Topics presented included:
Identifying the warning signs of fraud
Improving internal controls
Tax compliance issues for not-for-profits
Implications of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act
Analysis and interpretation of financial statements
Managing fiduciary responsibilities of employee benefit plans
Techniques for effective Presentations, Instruction and Facilitation
He has been featured in “The Bottomline”, the journal of the Hospitality Finance and Technical Professionals as well as "SectorNews", a publication of the Massachusetts Nonprofit Network.