The Paycheck Protection Program Flexibility Act (PPPFA) of 2020 brought major changes to the PPP loan program, and with the changes some additional questions; how can your nonprofit prepare? Join Jennifer Alleva, YPTC Managing Partner, and Kerri Padgett, YPTC National Training Director for a follow-up to their last presentation!
During this webinar we will share the latest guidance on the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP), and also respond to your frequently asked questions in regard to calculating loan forgiveness amounts.
Join this upcoming webinar with Your Part-Time Controller and Network for Good as we discuss:
- Newly released guidance on the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP)
- Answers to Frequently Asked Questions for calculating PPP loan forgiveness amounts
About the Speakers:
Jennifer Alleva, CPA
Managing Partner, Your Part-Time Controller
Jennifer Alleva is Managing Partner at Your Part-Time Controller, LLC, (YPTC) The Nonprofit Accounting Specialists. Jennifer joined YPTC in 2003 after a career in public accounting with Arthur Andersen and as Director of Finance and CFO with several companies. Jen is a subject matter expert in nonprofit accounting and leadership. Her personal mission and the mission of YPTC is to educate Executive Directors and Board members on nonprofit financial management issues and best practices. In addition, Jen is the founder of the highly successful Women in Nonprofit Leadership (WINPL) Conference.
Training Director, Your Part-Time Controller
Kerri Padgett is YPTC’s Training Director and an employee of the firm for over 14 years. In addition to keeping her staff of accounting professionals well-trained on all things “nonprofit,” she provides education and training to YPTC’s clients and is a frequent guest speaker. For over 7 years, she was an adjunct professor for the graduate arts administration program at Drexel University’s Antoinette Westphal College of Media Arts & Design. A CPA, Kerri holds a bachelor’s degree in Fine Arts from Arizona State University and a dual MS in Accounting and Taxation from Drexel University.