Issues in Nonprofit Executive Compensation - WTP speaker
Date: June 12, 2013 - 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM
In just 90 minutes, this webinar maps out the key legal, tax, and perception issues surrounding nonprofit salary and benefits packages.
From governance to trends in Congress and the states, you'll learn what's putting nonprofit executive compensation in the spotlight -- plus how to reduce your risk of everything from personal monetary penalties, to state penalties or IRS revocation of your tax-exempt status. Plus, the Q&A session at the end gives you the chance to ask about executive compensation issues in your own organization.
Reserve your space now to increase your leverage and protect your executive compensation while learning how to:
- Anticipate the impact of increased scrutiny from both Congress and the states
- Negotiate pay packages that are competitive without qualifying as "excessive"
- Make changes to your benefits packages to help minimize potential audits and public scrutiny
- Avoid private inurement and intermediate sanctions in the event of a probe
- Defend executive compensation -- even if it's higher than average for the position
- Give your board more leverage against the tactics IRS uses in its probes
- Comply with IRS and state executive compensation guidelines, including reporting and governance issues
Meet Your Training Team
Eileen Johnson, Esq., Partner, Whiteford, Taylor and Preston- Eileen has over 25 years of experience advising nonprofit organizations and associations on a wide variety of legal issues, including corporate governance applicable to nonprofits, amending bylaws, mergers and consolidations and best practices. She has been Director of the Association Foundation Group, the Program Chair for the Association of Corporate Counsel, and was listed as part of Washington’s Legal Elite in Washington Smart CEO magazine.
Ken Cameron, Director, Grant Thornton’s Compensation and Benefits Consulting Practice - Ken is based in Atlanta and serves as a compensation and benefits leader for the not-for-profit industry sector. Ken has over 20 years of compensation and human resources leadership experience in both the consulting and corporate environments. Prior to joining Grant Thornton, Ken was a regional leader of the not-for-profit practices at an international human resources consulting firm. Ken has worked with a wide spectrum of organizations including colleges and research universities, hospital and health care systems, governmental, and social service entities.