FUPMIFA applies virtually to all charitable, religious and educational nonprofit organizations. The new law virtually impacts all endowment funds and gift acceptance policies. Or does it? This webinar has the answers for you and what next steps your organization will need to take. The new law becomes effective July 1, 2012.
After registering, you will receive an email with instructions on how to access the webinar from your personal computer.
You will learn:
1. An orientation and the intent of the law
2. What the law means to nonprofit organizations
3. How the law applies to nonprofits organizations, if at all
4. Does the nonprofit organization need legal counsel regarding this new law
Who should participate in this webinar:
Board Members, Executive Directors/CEOs, Financial Directors/CFOs, Development Directors and Accountants working with nonprofit organizations
Presenter: Mark Brewer, President/CEO, Community Foundation of Central Florida
Moderator: Margaret Linnane, Executive Director, Philanthropy Center
Mark Brewer is President and Chief Executive Officer of the Community Foundation of Central Florida, Inc. Mr. Brewer has earned respect for his ability to build community partnerships that meet issues head-on and produce measureable results. Mr. Brewer holds a Bachelor of Science in Business, a Masters Degree in Public Administration with a specialty in Nonprofit Management, and is a candidate for a PhD in Public Policy and Law from Walden University (Expected 2011). Mr. Brewer plays a leadership role in a number of community initiatives and serves on several community boards including the Central Florida Partnership, Myregion.org, the Central Florida Homeless Commission, the Florida Philanthropic Network, and is Chair of the Advisory Board of the Donors Forum of Central Florida. He has also served in leadership roles with the Association of Fundraising Professionals, the Central Florida Planned Giving Council, and is a past chair of the Florida Federation of Community Foundations.
Margaret Linnane is the executive director of the Philanthropy Center. Prior to coming to the Center, Ms. Linnane was the executive director of the Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida for 18 years. Her extensive experience in resource development, program and fiscal management, and community outreach were paramount in selecting her to lead the Philanthropy Center in 2004.
Ms. Linnane fills a number of volunteer roles in Central Florida. She serves on the board of directors of Bishop Moore High School, the Nonprofit Management Advisory Board of the University of Central Florida's College of Health and Public Affairs, and Public Allies. Ms. Linnane is past president of the Florida Association of Food Banks, former chair of the Heart of Florida United Way's Council of Agency Executives, and served on the board of directors of Gulf States Credit Union. A past recipient of the prestigious Martin L. Bell Memorial Scholarship, a full-tuition scholarship awarded annually to a nonprofit executive in the Corporate M.B.A. Program at the Roy E. Crummer Graduate School of Business, Linnane holds an M.B.A., and a B.A. from Rollins College.