Please join us on Thursday, August 16, 2018 for a topic that will be of interest to all:
“Non-profit Governance – Duties and Responsibilities of Volunteer Board Members…. and what they didn’t tell you before you volunteered”
This presentation is intended for those who are currently serving as volunteer nonprofit board members and for those thinking about serving in the future. CPA’s will gain knowledge and insight about the various roles, duties and responsibilities that are a regular part of Board governance.
What you’ll learn:
You’ll gain a better understanding about the duties and responsibilities of Board members
How to enhance the volunteer Board experience
How to reduce the risk of liability as a Board member and to the organization served
Who will Benefit? The session will benefit CFO's and Executive Directors making decisions about the varied roles and responsibilities of Board membership as well as volunteer Board members and CPA’s seeking to give guidance to non-profits.
Presentation by: Robert J. Weil, Esq. Law Office of Robert J. Weil, PLLC
Bob’s practice focuses on providing outsourced general counsel services to non-profit organizations and small businesses.
In practice for 34 years, Bob has spent the past 23 years representing non-profit organizations in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area. Before that, he was a professional liability insurance defense attorney in Connecticut and New York, defending errors and omission claims made against architects, engineers and insurance professionals. He is admitted to practice in Virginia, the District of Columbia, Maryland, Connecticut and Florida.
Bob’s law practice focuses on the day-to-day general legal and business needs of non-profit organizations and small businesses. He counts among his current clients; trade associations, professional societies, and charitable organizations and foundations of every size, budget and non-profit purpose. He regularly counsels his non-profit clients on matters relating to corporate and non-profit formation and governance, employment practices, contracts, commercial leases, intellectual property, insurance and loss control, antitrust, non-profit tax issues, and the duties and responsibilities of officers and directors.
Future meeting dates: September 20th October 18th November 15th
Come connect with members of the Young Professional Network of the Northern Chapter of the VSCPA’s. This is a great opportunity to expand your network by meeting other young professionals working in the accounting industry! This event is geared towards licensed CPAs and individuals working in the accounting profession. Students are also welcome to attend this networking event. Hope to see everyone there!
No registration necessary, all walk-ins welcome! more info...
This event will immediately precede the Northern Chapter Meeting on Cyber Security.
One hour CPE available
Evan Beach, CFP with Campbell Wealth Management will be speaking on long term care insurance. He will cover the need for insurance, the various types of long term care, current issues facing the industry, whether to purchase or self insure, and pitfalls to avoid. As baby boomers live longer this is a critical issue facing our clients. Evan has previously spoken at NCVSCPA chapter meetings and conducts classes throughout the area on planning issues that arise in retirement.