The Bright Solutions is your team of
mission-driven financial and management experts.
Why outsource your financial and business management
to The Bright Solutions?
Access to Experts. We specialize in not-for-profit accounting and have decades of experience to back it up.
Timely Resources. We stay on top of new laws and procedures so you don’t have to.
Peace of Mind. You will know that your finances are accurate and compliant with all laws and regulations.
Focus. You can focus your primary attention on the mission while seeing how your resources are providing for its delivery.
Cost Effectiveness. By hiring a consultant, even small not-for-profits can have a ‘Director of Finance’ without breaking the budget.
Accuracy. You will make more-informed program decisions with the information from our reliable and accurate financial reports.
Efficiency. We help you create more efficient policies and procedures, and stronger internal controls.
Cost Savings. With your in-house staff working more effectively and reduced costs from independent CPA audits, the expense of outsourcing pays for itself.
Comfort. Give your Board of Trustees the comfort of knowing that trusted and competent financial professionals are on your side.
Meet Our Team of Experts
The Bright Solutions is a team of fifteen experienced professionals with a broad range of expertise working for not-for-profits. Our talented staff includes accountants, nonprofit and business executives, arts management professionals, and award-winning educators—and we are all dedicated to serving the nonprofit community.
Sarah bright Yanezza
Ms. Yaneza is a Master’s prepared professional with fifteen years of experience in accounting for not-for-profit and for-profit organizations, with an emphasis on operations and consulting. Prior to forming the Bright Solutions in 2008, Sarah was the Director of Finance & Administration for The Washington Chorus. » More
Mr. Kamenitzer has over 40 years of experience in accounting and management, and has been on the Board of Directors for several arts organizations in the D.C. area. He has taught graduate and undergraduate courses in the U.S., China, and South Korea, and served as the Director of the Arts Management graduate program at George Mason University. » More