A day-long intensive workshop where we cover more complex concepts like cash vs. accrual accounting, cash flow projections, and the nuts and bolts of using software such as Quickbooks.
This workshop will be offered in Spanish and English with two bilingual facilitators from A Bookkeeping Cooperative. Childcare and food will be provided. The space is ADA accessible with both an elevator and wheelchair-accessible bathroom.
About the Facilitators:
ANNIE SULLIVAN-CHIN:Annie has been a worker-owner, bookkeeper, and consultant at A Bookkeeping Cooperative since 2013. She began her work with ABC as an intern with the Democracy At Work Network in 2012. Annie developed her accounting expertise in the classroom at Baruch College in NYC as well as on the job at ABC over the last six years. As a certified DAWN Peer Advisor, Annie provides high-quality technical assistance to worker-owned and democratically-managed organizations throughout the country. She is also an experienced facilitator and trainer, with a passion for building capacity in the solidarity economy movement through financial literacy and the empowerment of workers everywhere.
MARIA TERESA LOPEZ is a bookkeeper and consultant with A Bookkeeping Cooperative. She is an experienced entrepreneur bringing a powerful combination of a lifelong commitment to social justice together with hard financial, managerial, and administrative skills rooted in 40 years of experience. She studied accounting in her native Honduras and has lived in the New York metropolitan area since 1991. Maria Teresa brings the same spirit of fearlessness, dedication, and precision to all of her work, which has ranged from running her own Spanish language magazine to working as a bank loan officer to consulting with small businesses. Maria Teresa is also a cooperative trainer in the NYC Network of Worker Cooperatives Training Collective.
New York City, NY 10018
Training Collective Series