San Diego CA— Optima Office, a leading fractional accounting, HR, and advisory services company, has announced a new practice area that specializes in non-profit financial management. The Non-Profit Practice Area at Optima Office will focus on helping non-profit organizations incorporate social enterprise methods and services into their business model and improve their financial flexibility and sustainability.
Optima Office recently added James Masias to their executive team as their Executive Vice President and CFO. Masias, with extensive knowledge and experience in public sector finance including non-profit organizations, will be leading this new division of the company along with a dedicated team of CFOs, Controllers, and Accountants who have deep expertise in financial management for non-profit organizations.
Masias shares, “Nonprofit management is becoming more and more exciting and technical with the concept of a social enterprise where your money is earned much like a for-profit business by selling a product or service versus the traditional method of mere fundraising.”
Jennifer Barnes, CEO of Optima Office, invites the community to their upcoming 2021 Non-Profit Symposium on April 1, 2021. “As a kick-off to our extra focus on non-profits, we are holding this event to discuss topics like how non-profit services have been impacted by COVID, ways to get creative with pledges and donations, donor education during COVID, maintaining public trust with decreased revenue, and flexibility with furloughed employees.”
2021 Non-Profit Symposium
April 1, 2021
Nancy Sasaki, CEO at United Way of San Diego County
Adama Dyoniziak, Executive Director at Champions for Health
James Floros, CEO at Jacobs & Cushman San Diego Food Bank
Micah Parzen, CEO at Museum of Us
Moderated by Sidd Vivek, CEO at Junior Achievement of San Diego County
Register for free at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-2021-non-profit-symposium-tickets-142039075699