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Change the Way You Work: Success as a Virtual CFO Webcast

CPE

When
Nov. 19
8:00 - 11:30 a.m.

CPE Credits
4-Other

Details

 Pricing

PICPA Member: $139 | Nonmember: $189


 More Information

Course No.
765001
Level
Basic
Prerequisites
None
Note
None

Description

Learn the core competencies that a virtual CFO needs and what this role can provide to companies. Gain an understanding of the service options and business models available and the need for a readiness assessment before starting a virtual CFO role.

Highlights

  • Virtual CFO role overview
  • Outsourced bookkeeping vs. virtual CFO roles
  • Ethical considerations
  • Technology platforms


Speaker(s)

George D. Scheeler
President & CEO
Acullence


George D. Scheeler is the President and CEO of Acullence, LLC, of Baltimore, Maryland, where his practice focuses on business advisory and consulting services in the areas of accounting, finance, strategic planning, business management, and also executive leadership development.

An energetic, engaging speaker, Mr. Scheeler has been a member of the faculty of Loyola University of Mayland, where he taught Finance and Leadershp to MBA candidates at the Sellinger Graduate School of Business. In recognition of his achievements, he was given the Outstanding Adjunct Professor Award. Mr. Scheeler has also taught at the University of Pennsylvania and at the University of Baltimore. A sought after strategic thinker, Mr. Scheeler has delivered workshops and planning retreats each year to businesses, organizations, and religious organizations.

Mr. Scheeler’s speaking engagments are generously seasoned with real world illustrations that come from over 30 years of experience. As the CFO of FTI Consulting, he lead the S1.8 billion forensic and consulting services provider through their Initial Public offering. As the President & CEO of Freedom Federal he took a stalled bank and turned it into the fastest growing bank in the state, earning a nomination as a Fast Company Magazine Innovator of the Year and a multi-year designation as the Best Place to Bank.

He is well invested in his community. Active in coaching soccer and softball for over two decades, he also coached a high school baseball team to a state title. Mr. Scheeler also served on the board of directors and was board treasurer of IC Orphans (ICOrphans.org), an organization that promoted and assisted families with the international adoptions process. Currently, he is a Board Member and Chairs the Finance Committee of Good Shepherd Services of Baltimore, Maryland (www.gssmaryland.org). Good Shepherd is a faith-based residential treatment facility for emotionally and psychologically disadvantaged children. 

Mr. Scheeler received his Bachelors in Business Administration at James Madison University in Harrisonburg, Virginia and received his Masters degree in Business Administration from the College of William & Mary, Williamsburg, Virginia.

2/2018


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