Best Practices for New Jersey Not-for-Profit Executives
Please join CohnReznick’s Not-for-Profit and Education Industry Practice leaders and a member of Lowenstein Sandler for an in depth discussion regarding best practices for the audit committee of your not-for-profit organization. This exclusive event is open to presidents, CEOs, CFOs, and board members of New Jersey not-for-profit organizations.
Topics will include:
- Results from the 2014 CohnReznick Not-for-Profit Governance Survey
- Split interest trusts and your gift acceptance policy – the key areas you don’t want to miss
Attendees will receive a copy of the inaugural release of the 2014 CohnReznick Not-for-Profit Governance Survey Results.
Kelly A. Frank is a CohnReznick Partner and the Firm’s Not-for-Profit and Education Industry Practice Leader. She has 20 years of diversified public accounting experience with an extensive focus on providing audit and accounting services to nonprofit clients. These include professional associations, educational institutions, foundations, religious organizations, governmental entities, and social service agencies.
Kimberly Brandley is a partner with CohnReznick. With extensive experience in providing auditing, accounting, and consulting services to not-for-profit organizations, Kim leads the efforts of the Firm’s Not-for-Profit and Education Industry Practice in our New Jersey offices. Kim assists a wide variety of charitable and not-for-profit organizations to achieve their financial and operating objectives.
Warren K. Racusin is a partner at Lowenstein Sandler, LLP, and chair of the Trusts & Estates Group. His practice focuses on complex estate and tax planning, prenuptial agreements, and sophisticated strategies for philanthropic and charitable giving. In his 35+ years of practice, Warren has counseled many not-for-profit organizations, and serves as a trustee of the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra.