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Governance & Reporting Community


BDO works within a community of professional organizations that provides directors and financial executives with corporate governance education and guidance relevant to the challenges and opportunities affecting their business.
 

Governance & Reporting Community

BDO Corporate Governance Community

BDO works within a community of professional organizations that provides directors and financial executives with corporate governance education and guidance relevant to the challenges and opportunities affecting their business.

Contacts

Amy Rojik - BDO Boston
Amy Rojik National Managing Partner - Governance, Emerging Issues and External Communications 617-239-7005
Christopher Tower
Christopher Tower BDO USA ESG Strategy and Services Leader 714-668-7320
Phillip Austin
Phillip Austin National Managing Partner – Professional Practice and Auditing 312-259-0357
Adam Brown
Adam Brown National Managing Partner - Accounting and Auditing 214-665-0673
Timothy Kviz - BDO Greater Washington, D.C.
Timothy Kviz National Managing Partner – SEC Services 703-245-8685
Matthew Becker
Matthew Becker National Managing Partner of Tax 616-802-3413
Andrew Gibson
Andrew Gibson Managing Partner & National Tax Office Leader 404-979-7106
Jay Duke
Jay Duke National Partner 214-665-0607
Stephanie L. Giammarco
Stephanie Giammarco National Advisory Managing Partner 212-885-7439
Karen Schuler
Karen Schuler Principal; Governance, Risk & Compliance National Practice Leader and Global Privacy Services Co-Leader 301-354-2581
Michael Stevenson
Michael Stevenson Partner; ARAS National Practice Leader 214-665-0707
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Events

October 12, 2022
Learn how to effectively mitigate risks, strengthen your cybersecurity posture, and how to help minimize the negative impact on both short- and long-term business goals.
October 25, 2022
Like many organizations, nonprofits face increased risk of cybersecurity attacks. This is even more important as nonprofits often possess sensitive information related to their programs, volunteers, and donors.