Terri Geiger is a full-cycle accountant responsible for all aspects of accounting, reporting, process development and oversight with over 17 years of accounting experience. As Accounting Manager, Terri serves as the accountant with respect to the implementation, preparation, accuracy and oversight of Nonprofit HR’s financial reporting and accounting processes. Terri ensures accurate accounts payable and accounts receivable processing, works closely with the Operations team, and provides effective financial operations and reporting by preparing accurate accounting records and reports.
Prior to joining Nonprofit HR, Terri was the controller for a small design-build firm. She implemented accounting controls, performed all accounting duties and worked with business partners to grow and expand the company. Terri introduced using key financial metrics to empower leaders to make better business decisions. As the accounting manager with a local city government animal control agency, Terri provided oversight and managed all accounting processes, reconciliations and accounts payable. She developed and managed the division budget and worked with city auditors to improve and implement accounting processes. As a financial services associate for a virtual bookkeeping company, Terri provided a full lifecycle of accounting services to a wide variety of clients. Terri’s first experience as an accountant performing a full lifecycle of accounting functions was with a local veteran-focused nonprofit.
While working for a local homebuilder, Terri received her bachelor’s degree from the University of North Florida in 2006. Currently, she is enrolled in the MBA program at the University of North Florida with a concentration in Accounting and Finance. Her ultimate goal is to obtain her CPA and continue to grow professionally. With a heart and a passion for nonprofits, Terri understands the unique needs of nonprofits and the businesses they lean on for support.
Terri lives in Jacksonville, Florida. She enjoys traveling and spending time with her children and grandchildren. She is currently working on completing her family’s genealogy that was started by her great-aunt over 50 years ago.
Pronouns: She, her, hers