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Mental Health Accounting

Trenton, New Jersey, United States
August 22, 2018

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Mercerville, New Jersey 08619 USA


OBJECTIVE: Accounting or auditing position in a nonprofit or government agency.

PROFILE: Great organizational skills, attention to detail, excellent written and communication skills. Able to work independently or as part of a team. A problem solver. A people person.

Completed eleven courses in the Master in Accounting (MAcc) Program at Rider University.

Areas of expertise:

Proficiency in Microsoft 2013 Word, Outlook, Excel, Power Point, and Access.

Strategic Planning for organizations.

Preparation of capital and operating budgets

Annual audit preparation setup, analysis and completion of field audits employing GAAP and FASB standards.

Proficient in Sage MIP and Sage 100 nonprofit accounting programs

NJ State Government Contracting processing procedures

Form 990 completions for Non Profit Corporations and Fund Accounting knowledge

QuickBooks Premier for Non Profits and Donor Perfect.

Grant applications using OMB Circulars A-110, A-122, and A-133 rules.

COSCO internal control procedures to perform audit reviews.


ACRO Contract Position – NJ Division of Mental Health & Addiction Services – Contract Supervisor October 1, 2017 to June 30, 2018

Duties as below. Monitor contracts for mental health funding through grants funded by New Jersey and SAMHA.

ACRO Contract Position – NJ Division of Mental Health & Addiction Services – Sandy Storm Contract Supervisor October 24, 2013 to 9/30/2017

Administers and reviews various contracts and grants related to funding awarded as a result of the 2012 Super Storm Sandy.

Provides technical assistance to agencies in preparing and submitting contract documents comply with DHS contracting policies and procedures,

Reviews and approves ROE's for assigned contracts.

Ensures that agency’s due diligence requirements are met for awarding and monitoring Super Storm Sandy related funding.

Monitors contracts as required. Duties involve contract/grant work, project financing, fiscal administration, and budget and management operations, and contract/grant administration.

Performs field and internal audits independently or leads others in audits of financial support specifically to the monitoring of the Sandy SSBG Relief funds.

Prepares financial reports, correspondence and presentations to contract staff.

Supervise two contract staff.

Develops all policies and procedures for the implementation of the Federal funding for the programs to assist New Jersey that were impacted by Hurricane Sandy in October 2012.

Family Services Association of Bucks County – Staff Accountant

July 9, 2012 to March 22, 2013

Prepare monthly claims for the HOPWA and HUD Section 8 grants for HIV consumers.

Prepare HUD Section 811 monthly cash reconciliation.

Prepare monthly financial statements, reports and records by collecting, analyzing and summarizing account information for various levels of internal staff, including the Board of Directors.

Prepare annual budgets for applicable funding entities. Prepare bank account statement reconciliations for a floating interest account of $10M.

Assist with the development of policies and procedures.

Accountemps Contract as New Jersey Chamber of Commerce Foundation – Project Accountant

April 12, 2011 to February 24, 2012

Obtained funding in the amount of $220,000 that had been overlooked by my predecessor that the State of New Jersey owed from 2010.

Responsible for all financial reports, accounting input, investment allocations, monthly reconciliation of budget to actual, bank reconciliations, reporting to management, provide interim and year-end financial reports to grantors as required.

Accountemps Contract as Mercer County Consortium Project Accountant March 10, 2010 to August 20, 2010

Assisted with the Consortium goal to implement and monitor the Adult Basic Skills and the Integrated English Literacy and Civics Education Grant Program in Mercer County.

Was responsible for all financial reporting and monitoring, involving knowledge of GAAP; financial and business acumen; use communication skills, and college technical and analytical procedures.

Taught Accounting 101 at Twilight School to Temporary Assistance Needy Families students.

Enable, Inc. June 8, 2008 – June 9, 2009

A non-profit organization with a budget of $6. 5M. Director of Finance was my title.

Report to the Executive Director and supervise a staff of four.

Responsible for the management and accuracy of the agency's finances and the protection of assets

Prepare all the nonprofits’ financial statements.

Set up fiscal process for the Fee for Service payments for the Adult Respite Program.

Prepare technically sound, accurate and informative, financial, statistical and other reports containing findings, conclusions and recommendations for internal and external.


Rider University – Master in Accounting, - Completed 11 courses – Jan. 2016 to Present.

Rutgers - Newark, NJ, Master in Public Administration – (MPA) Government Finance – 3.85 GPA.,

Rider University, Bachelor of Science in Commerce – Accounting Major – 3.10 GPA.

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