February 17, 2014 at 8:00pm.
Rosenthal will discuss how motivated, caring and well-connected people can make a huge impact on charities. Together let’s enrich our understanding of nonprofit governance, management and strategy – for greatest effect on our most urgent contemporary problems. Her presentation will be energetic, artistic and engaging, using illustrations from the recent, enormously successful redevelopment of Lincoln Center in NYC to bring the joys and challenges of nonprofit service to life.
Good Counsel distills to their essentials the legal needs of one million public charities in the United States: nonprofit corporate law and governance, the tax exemption, and business law topics relevant to program, fundraising, finance, human resources, communications, operations, and more.
About the Author
She leads the legal, governance, and compliance functions of Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, Inc. Since 2005 she has fashioned the legal context for the renowned arts center’s world-class cultural and educational offerings, its entrepreneurial initiatives in media, fashion, and international consulting, and the $1.2 billion redevelopment of its iconic physical complex. Rosenthal has served in many roles throughout the nonprofit sector, including for the New York State Bar Association and its Foundation. Rosenthal graduated from Harvard College and Harvard Law School. Good Counsel has been nominated for the 2012 Terry Mcadam Book Award by the Alliance for Nonprofit Management. The National Organization for Women (NOW-nyc) has named Rosenthal a “Woman of Power and Influence,” and the Association of Media & Entertainment Counsel has named her Counsel of the Year for Excellence in the Arts.
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