Four months in and now what do we know about tax reform and what does it mean for philanthropy and nonprofits? Join Rob Collier, president and CEO of Council of Michigan Foundations, Donna Murray Brown, president and CEO from the Michigan Nonprofit Association and foundation colleagues upon their return from Foundations on the Hill. Join this discussion to dive into both opportunities and challenges for private and community foundations and nonprofits with the new tax act.
Rob Collier, president and CEO, Council of Michigan Foundations
Rob Collier has served as President of the Council of Michigan Foundations (CMF) since 2000, however has been involved with CMF as a volunteer throughout his career in philanthropy, which includes: founding director of the Grand Traverse Regional Community Foundation, Executive Director of Rotary Charities of Traverse City, Grants Director of the Gannett Foundation and Program Officer at the Charles Stewart Mott Foundation. His experience covers every type of organized philanthropy and help to Michiganders in creating family and corporate foundations as well as many donor advised funds at community foundations.
Donna Murray-Brown, president and CEO, Michigan Nonprofit Association
Donna Murray-Brown is the President and CEO for Michigan Nonprofit Association (MNA). She leads the strategic direction and overall operations of MNA’s affiliates and programs. MNA is a statewide membership organization dedicated to serving the diverse nonprofit sector by offering services, resources and systems nonprofits need to improve and strengthen their communities. Prior to being named President & CEO, Ms. Murray-Brown served as Director of the Metro Detroit Partnership Office and Senior Director of Capacity-building for MNA. Full Bio Here >>
There is no cost to participate, but registration is required.
May 22, 2018 at 12 Noon