BST hosted their inaugural Not-For-Profit Impact Series in Albany!
“How to Survive Change in the Not-for-Profit Community”
The inaugural Not-For Profit Series in Albany included an interactive discussion with our panel of experts on the recent New York State Non-Profit Revitalization Act, and how not-for-profits and their employees are dealing with the impact of the new legislation.
Michael Cooney, Esq. discussed the highlights of the New York State Non-Profit Revitalization Act. Mike is a Partner in the Washington office of Nixon Peabody LLP. As counsel to a wide range of charitable and other not-for-profit entities, and those who support them, Mike provides the not-for-profit corporate and tax-exempt context in which these organizations can drive mission and margin. He directs the firm’s focus in higher education and exempt organizations.
Karen Bilowith will discuss how a local not-for-profit organization is dealing with the new legislation. Karen has held the position of President and CEO of the Community Foundation for the Greater Capital Region in Albany, New York since February 2009. She previously held leadership positions with the United Way of the Greater Capital Region, the National AIDS Fund, the American Red Cross and the Denver Zoological Foundation.
Anne Saile will discuss the personal and business challenges of dealing with change within an organization. Anne is President of The Saile Group where she coaches a select number of top executives to build companies that grow, last and achieve, building on her extensive experience in leading organizations through significant change and growth.
Posted on March 3, 2014 at 7:40 AM