Join other nonprofit CEOs and CFOs as leading compensation experts and nonprofit attorneys review findings from the 2014 Association TRENDS Nonprofit Salary Survey. The survey and published results are specifically designed to assist senior nonprofit executives with benchmarking salaries, setting expectations and maintaining their budget.
With the potential for audits and penalties skyrocketing in the nonprofit community, it is your responsibility as an executive to learn how to protect your organization against serious consequences and even, in the worst case, loss of your tax-exempt status.
This breakfast will cover the salient findings of the survey, followed by an interactive discussion by a panel of association executives. You'll also hear from top nonprofit attorneys on how to protect yourself against an IRS audit.
Nonprofit executives will review the survey findings and key legal issues around executive compensation, including:
- Trends in nonprofit staff compensation by position and department
- Ways to handle reporting and governance issues around executive compensation
- Insider insight from top association CFOs
- Each attendee will also receive an executive summary report of the results
Eileen Morgan Johnson, Partner, Whiteford Taylor Preston - Eileen Johnson has over 25 years of experience advising nonprofit organizations and associations on a wide variety of legal issues, including nonprofit, corporate and board issues such as corporate governance issues applicable to nonprofits. These include governance policies requested by the Internal Revenue Service, amendments to articles and bylaws, Sarbanes-Oxley compliance, watchdog compliance, restructuring, and best practices.
James Wynn is a Principal with Quatt Associates. Mr. Wynn specializes in compensation and employee benefit plans. Mr. Wynn works with a number of foundations, media organizations, advocacy groups, professional societies, and educational institutions in the areas of executive compensation, deferred compensation arrangements, staff compensation systems and structures, and employee benefit plan design.
Who Should Attend?
- Chief Financial Officers
- COOs and Executive Directors
- Senior management involved in finance operations and management
- Board members of a charity or association
Don’t wait, Register today and discover the latest executive compensation trends to help with benchmarking salaries, setting expectations and maintaining a budget. This session qualifies for 2 CAE credits per attendee.
When: October 10, 2014 8:30 am – 11:00 am (registration opens at 8:15 am)
Where: The Westin Old Town, 400 Courthouse Square, Alexandria VA
What's included: Networking, breakfast, expert speakers, and peer panel discussion.
Note : This event is open only to CFOs, CEOs and COOs at associations and nonprofits.