Second Draw PPP Webinars

Individual artists, gig workers, non profits, and small businesses – Get your Second Draw PPP questions answered.

Self-employed artists, gig workers, sole proprietor creatives: Join CPA Lisa Sretenovic on February 9, 2021 @ 6:00 pm for the webinar focusing on individuals. Register here.

Non profits and small businesses: Join CPA Kathy Ploch on February 10, 2021 @ 6:00 pm for the webinar focusing on organizations with employees. Register here.

Join Houston Arts Alliance (HAA) and TALA experts to learn about applying for PPP loans and how to determine if you’re eligible for the Second Draw. We’ll walk you through the process, share application tips, and discuss:

  • Who is eligible? 
  • How much can I receive?
  • What records do I need to apply? 
  • How do I calculate payroll, employees, and reduction in revenue? 
  • How must I spend the money for the loan to be forgiven?
  • What documentation should I keep? 

Meet the speakers

Kathy Ploch, CPA

Kathy is a CPA at Durio and Company P.C.  She previously spent 7 years as a Tax Compliance and Consulting Specialist at Harper & Pearson Company, P.C. She has been in public accounting preparing all types of taxes for 35 years and has worked with small nonprofit organizations for 20 years. Kathy is a Past President of TALA and has been a volunteer with the organization since 1999. She is a member of the Houston CPA Society and served as the Society’s President in 2009-2010.

Lisa Sretenovic, CPA/CITP/CGMA

Lisa is a business coach competent in accounting, finance, and management.  She is also skilled in strategic planning/budgeting, analysis, process improvement, and training. As a result of her work in varied industries (public accounting/tax, professional practices, real estate investment, SaaS, telecommunications, manufacturing, hospitality, music production, and oil & gas), she possesses experience that is broad and allows knowledge application from one area to others. One of her strongest abilities is to communicate complex financial information in a language appropriate for the audience, from the board of directors to the IT department or the director’s assistant to the small business owner. Her specialties include financial consulting for small & start-up companies focusing on the business owner’s financial literacy and how that improves business growth.  Lisa is a current professional volunteer for artists and arts organizations through TALA and is a past TALA board member.

This event is funded in part by a grant from the Texas Commission on the Arts, and the National Endowment for the Arts. To find out more about how National Endowment for the Arts grants impact individuals and communities, visit

This project is supported in part by the Cultural Arts Division of the City of Austin Economic Development Department.