“Everything is open to public inspection and every decision, I feel, that you make as a nonprofit organization should be assuming that the public is going to be looking at that same decision, whether they are or not.” – Jeff Fucito
In this episode of The Beacon Podcast, Karen Kemp speaks with Jeff Fucito, CPA and partner-in-charge of Mauldin & Jenkins’ Atlanta office, about the new laws passed amid the coronavirus and how they affect nonprofits. Jeff explains:
About our guest
Jeff Fucito, Certified Public Accountant, is Mauldin & Jenkins’ Partner-in-Charge in Atlanta. Jeff received his BBA in Accounting from the University of Georgia in 1985 and has since been with Mauldin & Jenkins. With his wife, Jennifer, and their 3 children, Jeff currently resides in Kennesaw, Georgia.
Since joining Mauldin & Jenkins, Jeff has specialized in providing audit and tax services for various not-for-profit organizations. Jeff is responsible for the firm’s not-for-profit practice and is a speaker at various non-profit events. Jeff’s experience also includes audit, reimbursement, and tax experience with long-term care facilities and other health care entities, in addition to manufacturing and distribution entity services, income tax planning, preparation, and consultation for individuals and corporations.
Jeff serves on the firm’s Executive Committee as well as its Leadership Career and Development Committee.
Jeff is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, the Georgia Society of Certified Public Accountants, the Georgia Center for Nonprofits, and the Georgia Health Care Association. Jeff has also served on the board for the Georgia Institute on Aging and is a past Committee Chair for the Georgia Society of CPA’s Not-For-Profit Training Task Force. Jeff is a member of the National and Southern Associations of College and University Business Officers, as well as a member of the Leadership Cobb – Class of 2004. Jeff is also a member of the Cobb Chamber of Commerce Chairman’s Club, and serves on the Cobb Chamber of Commerce Finance Committee.