Author

A. Michael Gellman

Fiscal Strategies 4 Nonprofits, LLC

A. Michael Gellman, CPA, CGMA, is an independent Fiscal and Financial Strategist for Nonprofit Organizations and a founding principal partner for Fiscal Strategies “4” Nonprofits, LLC where the primary focus is helping legacy organizations and new organizations build and achieve a sustainable and financially healthy future.  Mr. Gellman was a former 20-year Shareholder for Rubino & Company, Chartered, CPA’s and Consultants.  Mr. Gellman has more than 35 years’ experience in nonprofit fiscal, financial and accounting systems working as a chief financial, fiscal and management consultant where he has focused on specialized management and advisory services for trade and professional associations, public charities and endowment based foundations.  Mr. Gellman has also developed comprehensive budget and projection-based systems in support of senior management and organizational leadership.      Mr. Gellman has been designing, installing, interpreting and teaching budget and projection based systems and financial management systems for over 30 years.  He has conducted numerous seminars and has written articles on budgeting, reserve and investment policies, financial management, fiscal sustainability, leading economic indicators for nonprofits, and the impact on governance and transparency and accountability.  Organizations and Institutions Mr. Gellman has spoken before include; American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA), Greater Washington Society of CPA's (GWSCPA’s), Institute of Management Accountants (IMA), American Society of Association Executives (ASAE), Center for Nonprofit Advancement (CNA) and numerous nationally recognized nonprofit organizations.  Mr. Gellman teaches courses and has made presentations for Georgetown University, George Washington University, Virginia Tech, State of Maryland Nonprofit Financial Management and Fund-raising Workshops, Mayor’s Office District of Columbia, U.S. Chamber of Commerce Institute for Organization Management (IOM), Washington Regional Association of Grantmakers, Center for Nonprofit Innovation, Volunteers of America, National Urban League, United States Conference on Aids and many other nonprofit organizations.