OASBO Essentials of Financial Management & Administration - Part II
The Essentials of Financial Management and Administration seminar is a three-day in-depth look at the role of the Treasurer as an SBO and addresses critical issues facing new or intermediate Treasurers. In addition to the topics in the agenda, attendees have an opportunity to ask specific questions they may have and network with a core of veteran treasurers who are willing to share their expertise and experiences. Final day of this 3-day seminar
Ohio Association of School Business Officials (OASBO)
The presentation is an overview appropriations and expenditures: terminology, process, legal compliance, district philosophies and policies, various type of budgeting models and formats, and budget cycle. Tax Budget: importance, role in process, and format. Purchasing: policies, procedures, controls, monitoring, appearance of propriety, and common sense. Cash flow: revenue and expenditures, modeling, managing, and planning
Statement of Accreditation Rationale:The course will improve the participants’ knowledge in cash management, in particular, budgeting and its relation to cash flow forecasting and cash flow management as well as internal controls, and fraud detection.
Ryan Ghizzoni began his career in finance at the Auditor of State’s Office, and has served the last 10 years as a school district treasurer. During his career, he has been the recipient of several Ohio Association of School Business Officials (OASBO) International Meritorious Budget Awards and was the recipient of the OASBO 2011 Outstanding Treasurer of the Year Award. Ryan holds a Bachelors of Business Administration from the Youngstown State University, and is a Certified Administrator of School Finance and Operations.