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As Founder & CEO of The Charity CFO, Tosha Anderson committed her career to working with nonprofits across the United States, with a focus on providing CFO services to even the smallest nonprofits. After realizing an industry need for specialized accounting services with limited financial resources and an increasing pressure to keep costs low, the nonprofit enthusiast has helped hundreds of nonprofits achieve best accounting practices.
Prior to this role, Tosha spent more than 15 years working alongside nonprofits in many capacities, including as an auditor, as a Chief Financial Officer (CFO), as a prominent board member, as a dedicated volunteer, and as a knowledgeable consultant. With this experience, she has developed an experienced team, is extremely knowledgeable of the best practices and processes to make sure your accounting is exactly what you need for your organization and stakeholders.
Tosha holds a master’s in business administration from Webster University, and a bachelor’s degree in accounting from Saint Louis University. Additionally, she is also a Certified Public Accountant (CPA).