ONLINE: Nonprofit Bylaws Workshop

All nonprofits need bylaws.  Bylaws is the governing document for the nonprofit and its board of directors.  But what does that mean?  What is the real purpose of the bylaws and what provisions should be in bylaws? This training for  nonprofit leaders will cover the purpose of nonprofit bylaws, and explain all necessary or recommended nonprofit bylaw provisions.  This training is excellent for those who are going to start a nonprofit, or would like to review and update their nonprofit provisions.  Highly recommended for nonprofit board members.

 FREE with the support of the Office of the Secretary of State

About the Presenter

Judith L. Andrews, Apex Law Group
Judy Andrews graduated from Beloit College with academic honors and from University of Notre Dame Law School.  Judy has worked as bond counsel, underwriter’s counsel and borrower’s counsel on special fund revenue bond and nonrecourse revenue bond financings with a particular focus on complex securities and disclosure and 501(c)(3) issues.  Her current private practice focuses on representation of nonprofit organizations.  An experienced public speaker, Judy has given presentations on a variety of municipal finance and nonprofit topics to the Washington State Bar Association, the Washington Municipal Treasurers Association, the Washington State Society of Healthcare Attorneys, the Nonprofit Assistance Center, and the Seattle University Law School, where she also teaches the nonprofit organizations clinic.  Judy’s extensive board experience includes being one of the founding board members, and first Board President, of Wayfind.  

Details

  • When

  • Thursday, February 23, 2017
    12:00 PM - 2:00 PM
    Pacific Time

  • Where

  • Online through Adobe Connect

Thank You to Our Partners

Presented by Washington Nonprofits and the Office of the Secretary of State in partnership with Wayfind.

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Washington Nonprofits and the Office of the Secretary of State are partnering to give nonprofit boards the tools and resources they need to succeed.  For more information about this partnership, please visit www.washingtonnonprofits.org/WNI.

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