Michael Quan comes to EPIP with over fifteen years of financial and accounting experience. They have improved financial management practices at many non profits through evaluations, assessments, recommendations, and hands-on implementation.
They served as the Director of Finance & Administration for the International Treatment Preparedness Coalition (a project of Tides Center). At ITPC, they revamped the organization’s financial reporting structures, improved budget controls, and were involved in a wide range of strategic planning and internal initiatives. In addition, they provided capacity building on finance and administration to several of ITPC’s regional network offices in Asia, Latin America, and sub Saharan Africa. Because of their work at ITPC, they were eagerly brought on board at Tides Center as a project controller supervising a caseload of over 30 fiscally sponsored projects. After Tides, Michael started a consulting practice serving to non-profits in need of financial management and accounting services. In addition to EPIP, they provide services to three fiscally sponsored projects at Tides Center: Inner Resilience Program, Open mHealth, Philanthropic Initiative for Racial Equity. They have also served on the board of directors for APICHA Community Health Center. Michael received a Bachelors in Accounting from Baruch University.
When Michael isn’t balancing debits and credits, they love to spend time teaching karate to children, surfing, meditating, and playing with their Miniature Pinscher, Tiny.