|Early Bird Session Leader: Conley SalyerThis session endeavors to answer every question you might bring with you. So make a list – we’ll check it twice together. Common past issues have included:
- the difference between a nonprofit and a tax-exempt organization
- how to form a new nonprofit and what this costs
- board duties and liabilities
- how to work with government officials
- how to raise money over the Internet
- what to expect when operating outside the United States
The takeaways for this session are the answers to your questions! Plus, a list of further areas you will want to explore in the months and years ahead.
Who should attend?
- Individuals serving on nonprofit boards of directors
- Individuals wanting to start a new nonprofit organization
- individuals in nonprofit management
What can I expect to learn?
Answers to the questions you define and bring with you. This session is completely responsive to attendees’ questions, concerns, and needs. Your questions will define the agenda.
What past participants are saying:
“Very informative! Provided answers to questions I didn’t even know I needed to ask.”
|Conley Salyer is an attorney and organization improvement consultant in private practice in Lexington, Kentucky. He limits his practice to representation of nonprofit organizations domestically and internationally, including associations, stand-alone nonprofit organizations, foundations, and government agencies. Conley is also a national lecturer in federal grant and cooperative agreement management to federal agencies and nonprofit organizations. He was a presenter of three training sessions to the National Grant Management Association’s Annual Conference in 2012.Conley is an Examiner, Baldrige Performance Excellence Program. He has taught nonprofit organization law for the University of Kentucky’s College of Law, Northern Kentucky University’s Masters of Public Administration Program, and the Brushy Fork Institute of Berea College. Conley was an associate visiting professor in Management at Berea College, 2011-2012. He has also taught Business Ethics, Constitutional Law, and Financial Accounting at the college level.