Ksenia Popke Named to AICPA Not-For Profit Advisory Council

DENVER – Eide Bailly Senior Manager Ksenia Popke has been named to the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants Not-for-Profit Advisory Council. Her term began March 1.

In her new role, Popke will help the council recommend and create background papers, articles and downloadable tools and sample policies for inclusion in the AICPA's online Not-For-Profit Resource Library; contribute to eNewsAlerts to inform members of developments that impact the nonprofit sector; and participate in webcasts, online forums, and blogs to keep members informed about significant topics and issues.

“Being named to this council honors the commitment and passion Ksenia brings to serving our nonprofit clients,” said Eide Bailly Nonprofit Director Beth Bird. “Ksenia will be able to provide helpful advice, information and instruction to nonprofit organization managers, governance members, auditors and others involved this important sector. Eide Bailly supports her volunteer service and thanks her for her contribution to the broader community.”

“I’m extremely thankful and excited to be a part of this council,” said Popke. “Just like Eide Bailly, the AICPA Not-for-Profit Section is dedicated to helping nonprofits thrive and stay connected to the resources they need for success. I look forward to building on that mission.”

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