How to investigate a nonprofit’s 990s.

Date: Thursday, March 21, 2024
Time: 7:30am - 9:00am
Location: St. Petersburg Yacht Club
Speaker: Community Foundation Tampa Bay

Join us for breakfast and some amazing speakers!

Improving your client’s charitable outcomes by learning how to investigate a nonprofit’s 990s, along timesaving tips and tricks on how to navigate online resources.


Dr. Katie Shultz, Senior Director of Community Investments, Community Foundation Tampa Bay.

Dr. Shultz has spent the past 18 years working as a development professional, including positions in fund distribution for the United Way, individual donor development and grant writing for several nonprofit and government entities, including leading the grants department at St. Petersburg College (SPC).   Currently Dr. Shultz is the Senior Director of Community Investments at Community Foundation Tampa Bay (CFTB). In her position at CFTB, Dr. Shultz oversees the administration of the competitive grant distribution process and other funding opportunities for area nonprofits.  Her focus is on connecting the donor’s dollar to nonprofits that are addressing the most pressing needs in the community.   Dr. Shultz also works to increase the capacity of nonprofits by developing various programming and professional development opportunities.  Dr. Shultz received her Doctorate in Leadership Education (Ed.D.) from the University of New England and holds a Master’s degree in Nonprofit Management from Rutgers University along with a Bachelor’s degree in Social Work from Eastern University.

Denyve Boyle, CAP®, CFRE, MBA is the Senior Director of Philanthropy at the Community Foundation Tampa Bay. She has the pleasure of inspiring philanthropy throughout the community by educating and engaging individual donors, corporations, and professional advisors. She is an experienced, highly motived professional with a strong desire to help people and make a difference. Since 2015, Denyve has held the CFRE credential, and CAP®, since 2023. She successfully builds relationships, establishes effective interaction among diverse communities, and cultivates a high degree of mutual loyalty and trust with a variety of constituents. She has a successful track record of creating and managing programs that generate a focused commitment to strategic results. 

Nancy M. Ridenour, CPA, CFE, CFF

5 years as Chief Financial Officer for Habitat for Humanity of Pinellas County, Inc.

26+ years as a CPA/Partner in public accounting

Not-for-profit auditor

Board member for various organizations

Audit committee member for various organizations

Currently working on how to retire!


Breakfast was sponsored by Community Foundation Tampa Bay! 

Thank you!



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