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San Francisco Chapter: Ask a Nonprofit Lawyer Part II: Governance & Bylaws

Tuesday, May 10 2016 at 9:00 - 10:30 pm EDT

505 Montgomery Street, 8th Floor
San Francisco, CA 94111
United States

In the Bay Area, SOMAA and Yale Alumni Nonprofit Alliance have partnered to provide alumni with opportunities and resources around nonprofit board service.

After kicking off the initiative with promoting the Volunteer Center's Board Match event last month, we are pleased to invite you to an upcoming interactive YANA workshop around nonprofit board service.

Are you a nonprofit board member who wants to better understand what your fiduciary duties are?  Are you confused about what a nonprofit's board's roles and responsibilities should be versus those of management?  Or are you forming a new nonprofit and want to know what provisions should be included in your Bylaws?  Come join us in an interactive discussion regarding the critical principles of nonprofit governance and the key components of a solid set of nonprofit Bylaws for a California nonprofit public benefit corporation.


  • Erin Bradrick '07 JD Yale Law School

    Senior Counsel, NEO Law Group

    Erin focuses her practice on corporate, governance, charitable trust, and tax matters solely for nonprofit and exempt organizations. She has worked with many types of exempt entities, including charities, private foundations, social welfare orgs, social clubs, churches and schools.

  • Jean Tom '02 JD Yale Law School

    Partner, Davis Wright Tremaine

    Jean represents a diverse array of non-profit organizations, including public charities, private foundations, social welfare organizations, and trade associations on corporate, tax, and regulatory matters both domestically and internationally.