I am pleased to announce that John Heveron is joining us as an expert contributor to this blog. John has worked with us in providing financial training and technical assistance to CILs and SILCs for a number of years. He is a principal of Heveron & Company CPAs and has been serving not-for-profit organizations since 1969 with the training and implementation of proper controls and procedures, financial reporting systems, entity planning, planning and reviewing audits, compliance audits and other audit services, assistance with indirect cost rates, as well as assisting with planning.
John keeps his technical skills sharp through writing and teaching. He has authored Nonprofit GPS, a quarterly newsletter with current information for nonprofits for over 20 years.
John has been a presenter on not-for-profit issues for the Foundation for Accounting Education, United Way of Greater Rochester, The Ad Council, the National Training and Technical Assistance Center for Independent Living (IL-Net), New York State Literacy Volunteers, and other organizations.
John is a past president of the Rochester Chapter of the New York State Society of CPAs and was inducted into their CPA Hall of Fame in October 2004, and a past director of the NY State Foundation for Accounting Education. He is program committee chair, nonprofit group leader, and past president of INPACT, a national association of CPA firms.
John also serves on the accounting advisory board of St. John Fisher College where he was recognized as the 2003 Outstanding Accounting Alumnus.
Stay tuned for new posts on this inportant area of technical assistance.