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Winning the War for Talent

Fierce competition for qualified candidates has firms pivoting their approach to hiring and retaining talent. Join experts as they discuss challenges, opportunities, best practices and lessons learned.

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NASBA Field of Study

Business Management and Organization



CPE Credits



Amy Horner, Carolyn Mollen


3 months

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 Business & partner 
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Attracting talent

With a dwindling talent pool, new working methods and a reset of aspirations, it's harder than ever to attract and retain talent.

It's vital to develop a strategic and sustainable approach to acquiring, developing and keeping a diverse pool of accounting and finance talent.

In this session of the monthly Not-for-Profit Section's webcast series, industry experts will share how they have reset and evolved their approach for:

  • Talent acquisition
  • Development
  • Upskilling

Key Topics

  • Challenges of attracting and retaining talent
  • Opportunities to evolve the approach to employee development
  • Best practices for a strategic and sustainable approach
  • Lessons learned

Learning Outcomes

  • Identify how you can better attract and develop talent.
  • Determine the benefits of creating a desirable and sustainable workplace culture that drives business results.
  • Identify how compensation and benefits are your greatest assets.

Who Will Benefit

  • Individuals with knowledge of or interest in the not-for-profit industry
  • Business management
  • Accounting and finance professionals
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NASBA Field of Study
Business Management and Organization
Knowledge of the not-for-profit industry
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Amy Horner
A high-energy change leader, Amy brings her well-rounded experience and altruistic nature to work with her each day. Several organizations have sought her expertise in mentorship, change leadership, strategic planning, and effective goal setting. She is a Board Member of the Greater Washington Society of CPAs and the Chair of their Women’s Leadership Committee. Amy is also an active member of the North Carolina Association of CPAs Charlotte Women’s and Professional Chapters, a founding member of CHIEF, and an active member of Charlotte’s Women’s Impact Fund. Amy earned her BS in Accounting from Indiana University of Pennsylvania, where she was a student-athlete on the university’s first PSAC Championship Women’s Soccer Team. Although retired from soccer, she remains disciplined and dedicated to her fitness. Amy is working towards her goal of completing a road race in each of the 50 states. A proud Keystone State native with an MBA from Penn State University, she is a CPA with active licensure in Pennsylvania and reciprocity in North Carolina. Amy chose to continue her professional education through UNC Charlotte’s DBA program after returning to the Queen City in 2021 following several years in the DC Metro area.
Carolyn Mollen
Carolyn Mollen, CPA is the Vice President for Finance & Administration and Treasurer at Resources for the Future (RFF). She specializes in not-for-profit accounting and operations issues, with an emphasis on financial reporting, budgeting, and talent management. Prior to joining RFF, Carolyn was the chief financial officer at Independent Sector. She previously served as a manager with CliftonLarsonAllen LLP in their outsourcing department where she gained broad experience with many nonprofit organizations. Carolyn is a member of the FASB Not-for-Profit Advisory Committee. She also is a member of the board of directors at the Greater Washington Society of CPAs, where she chairs the Nonprofit Financial Accountability Task Force and previously served as chair of both the Not-for-Profit Section and the Not-for-Profit Symposium. In addition to her professional memberships, Carolyn serves as president for Travelling Players Ensemble, a nonprofit theater camp. She earned her bachelor of arts at the College of William and Mary, a certificate in accounting from the University of Virginia, and a master of public administration from George Mason University. She is a licensed CPA in the Commonwealth of Virginia.

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