Tuesday, March 12, 3:00 pm–4:15 pm
Sacramento Convention Center - 310
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Managing cash flow is a daunting challenge for new charter schools filled with ups and downs. Participants will learn when to expect revenue in their first year of operation and understand the complex calendar of funding. They will also receive critical guidance from experts on timing, managing expenses, and on the considerations and avenues for obtaining financing.
|Topic:||Starting New Schools|
|Additional Audience(s):||Business Managers, New Charter School Developers, Charter School Leaders|
Bryce Fleming, EdTec, Inc.
Bryce Fleming serves as EdTec’s Senior Director of Client Management and School Finance. Over the past ten years, Bryce has worked with dozens of charter schools across several states to help them with budgets, financials, cash flow and compliance. Bryce has led many trainings on funding, cash flow, fiscal health and benchmarking,
Dorothy Lee, EdTec, Inc.
Dorothy Lee joined EdTec in 2008 and manages the Southern California region. She has worked with a range of schools, from charter developers as they get authorized to established networks like Environmental Charter Schools and Synergy Academies. Dorothy has presented on a wide variety of topics including replication, renewals, facilities, start-up, budgeting, governance and benchmarking.
Robert Moore, Valley International Preparatory High School
Mr. Moore’s professional experience in education includes serving as an Attorney and Consultant, an Advisor on educational matters to Governor Jerry Brown, Executive Director of the California Postsecondary Education Commission, member of the Board of Governors of the California Community Colleges, representing California as a Commissioner on the Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education (WICHE), member of the Association of State Higher Education Executive Officers (SHEEO), teaching business law at Glendale Community College, and chairman of the California Employment Training Panel. He was a Founding Director of VIP and currently serves as the Business and Finance Manager for the school.