CBM is dedicated to providing professional education for executive leaders of not-for-profit trade/membership associations. The firm was approved in July 2019 to provide credit towards CAE accreditation for association executives seeking to increase their knowledge and expertise in financial management. The Certified Association Executive (CAE) credential is the marker of a committed association professional who has demonstrated a range of knowledge essential to manage an association in today’s professional environment. Credits can be earned by attending select educational seminars hosted by CBM, as marked by the approved CAE logo. Visit our Events page for upcoming events that offer the CAE credential or read CBM’s announcement about being approved as a provider of education-based CAE credit.
CNAP is a 2-day training and exam-based certification course that provides bookkeepers, staff accountants and other professionals who manage nonprofit finances an education on budgeting, fund accounting, effective fiscal systems, internal control issues, IRS disclosures requirements and more. The course is led by one of CBM’s experienced not-for-profit managers.
Through our partnership with CEO Update and Leading Authorities, CBM is proud to sponsor the LIVE Event Series, which delivers three annual professional education breakfast events in Washington, DC for trade and membership association executive officers. Each event, attended by close to 100 association leaders, features expert industry speakers who deliver insights on a variety of topics including executive recruitment and the state of the local economy and its impact on associations. CBM has sponsored this event series for the past several years.
CBM has compiled a number of resources that may be valuable to clients and the broader not-for-profit industry. Click the button below to review the information we have compiled. We keep this list updated as more information becomes available to us.
Due to our extensive familiarity with and involvement in the not-for-profit community, CBM is a proud member of the following not-for-profit organizations: