TROY, Mich., – The Association of Fundraising Professionals’ (AFP) Metro Detroit chapter has recognized Rehmann’s Chris Sing as a distinguished volunteer for Detroit Public Television. AFP is a membership resource utilized by fundraising and nonprofit professionals throughout southeastern Michigan.
Sing joined the Detroit Public Television Board of Trustees in 2014 and has served as Treasurer of the Board and Chair of the Finance and Audit Committee since 2018. During her six years on the board, Sing has led the development of multiple strategic plans and played a vital role in the organization’s COVID-19 planning and response.
“Chris is a dedicated leader on the team at Rehmann and has graciously volunteered her time in many ways. Our community continues to benefit from her passion and commitment to serving leading organizations in Metro Detroit,” said Randy Rupp, CEO of Rehmann.
Sing has 25 years of experience in public accounting at local and national firms, as well as executive experience in private industry. At Rehmann, Sing serves as a trusted advisor to her clients. Sing also leads the firm’s emerging companies and cannabis practice groups and is a former member of the firm’s board of directors.
Rehmann is a fully integrated financial services and advisory firm that provides accounting and assurance, comprehensive technology, accounting and human resource solutions, specialized consulting and wealth management services. For more than 75 years, Rehmann has provided forward-thinking solutions and made it a priority to anticipate our clients’ daily and future needs. Rehmann has nearly 900 associates in Michigan, Ohio and Florida. Rehmann is an independent member of Nexia International, offering clients a global approach. Find us online at rehmann.com.