Family and Business Relationships on a Nonprofit Governing Board
March 13, 2018 – 5:00-6:00 pm
Kenwood Interdisciplinary Research Complex (Room 1130)
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Dan Neely, Associate Professor, Lubar School of Business
Erica Harris, Professor, Anthropology
Colleen Boland, Asst. Professor, Lubar School of Business
Due to concerns about the possible exploitation of nonprofit status for the benefit of individuals, the IRS added new disclosures in 2005 and 2008 asking nonprofit organizations to disclose the existence of family and business relationships among board members. In 2008, the disclosures were expanded to identify the nature of these relationships among board members.
Do these relationships help or harm the organization?
Join us as we ascertain whether family and/or business relationships among board members has an impact on organization’s internal operations.