While Excel has been around for a long time, its usage continues to evolve and change.  Like many of our colleagues across the nonprofit sector, you may have used it but lack confidence and believe you are missing some of the advantages of having more advanced knowledge of what Excel can do to make your work life more organized and efficient. And when it comes to your personal life, you may have wondered if you can use it to organize your holiday card list or facilitate event planning.

Joan Hubele uses Excel extensively for financial budgeting and management and has found it handy in her personal life.  She will share some of the tips and tricks she’s learned over the years and will provide you with some pointers on formatting, formulas, charts, graphics and printing.  She can help you re-think some of your routine reports and board communications tools as well.

Join us to learn how you can use this tool more effectively to save time and stay organized.

About Our Presenter:

Joan Hubele, MBA is the Chief Financial Officer of Our Family Services. She has an undergraduate degree in Finance and Entrepreneurship as well as a Masters of Business Administration from the U of A. Joan has worked in the finance and accounting field for 16 years in a variety of sectors and organizations, both for profit and non-profit including IBM, Johns Manville, University Physicians Healthcare and Community Partners Inc.  She has served as the CFO at Our Family Services for four years.  Joan is a native of Tucson and committed to the improvement and sustainability of her community.