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Tondee Lutterman '98, '99

Tondee Lutterman '98, '99

Hometown

Sergeant Bluff, Iowa

Current City

Kansas City, Missouri


Northwest Foundation Board Member

Board member since 2018


Board Involvement

  • Finance Committee Vice Chair 2020-Present

Education

  • MBA; Northwest Missouri State University, 1999
  • B.S. Accounting; Northwest Missouri State University, 1998

Occupation/Company

FORVIS National Industry Leader - Nonprofit, Education and Public Sector

About

As National Industry Leader, Tondee is responsible for developing the vision and strategic growth initiatives for FORVIS' Nonprofit, Education and Public Sector practices. She leads a team of more than 600 advisors who serve approximately 3,000 clients and has more than 20 years of experience providing audit and consulting services to educational institutions, foundations, associations and other charitable organizations. She assists clients in identifying best practices, benchmarking, financial reporting, governance issues, operational reviews and internal controls. 

Tondeé is a member of the American Institute of CPAs. She also is a member of the Missouri Society of CPAs and received the organization’s Women to Watch Emerging Leaders Award. Tondeé was named a Kansas City Business Journal 2016 Women Who Mean Business and 2013 NextGen Leader. She is a member of the FORVIS Foundation Committee and a past member for Nonprofit Connect®. She is a member of the United Way of Greater Kansas City Tocqueville Society and Women United and an alumna of the Centurions Leadership Program.

Why are you "forever green"?

"I am forever grateful for the valuable experiences I received during my time at Northwest. Not only did I have the opportunity to learn from the best of the best in the Business School, but I also received tremendous mentoring and guidance while working as the graduate assistant at Office of Career Services (thanks Joan!). Some of my most fond memories are those with my sorority sisters. It was through my experiences with the sorority that allowed me to start thinking of myself as a leader."