Mr. Schulz is a member of the American Bar Association (EO Committee, Tax Law Section) and the DC Bar Association.
Mr. Schulz is a frequent speaker at national conferences, including the American Bar Association, Georgetown Law Representing & Managing Tax-Exempt Organizations, the University of Texas School of Law Nonprofit Organizations Institute, and other national and regional events.
Mr. Schulz is admitted to the bar in the states of Maryland and the District of Columbia.
Prior to joining Adler & Colvin, Mr. Schulz served as General Counsel for New Venture Fund, where he provided guidance to the organization and its fiscally sponsored projects on a range of corporate governance, tax, advocacy, and other legal issues. Previously, Mr. Schulz served as General Counsel for Arabella Advisors, was the Executive Vice President at Foundation Source, and held several positions in the legal and public policy departments at the Council on Foundations.
What are the basic fiduciary duties, governance policies, and legal responsibilities that each family philanthropy board member must understand and abide by? Join this session to better understand the fundamental and nuanced federal and state laws regulating charitable giving, including self-dealing, payout, fiscal agency, excise tax, required filings, and much more. Leading experts on family foundation tax law will make these concepts accessible and enjoyable.
12:00 p.m. – 1:30 p.m. ET
Available exclusively to NCFP members and network partners.
Define organizational effectiveness and discuss best practices for public charities to achieve it, including strategic planning, governance, sustainable revenue, and important relationships. As public charities face economic headwinds, organizations can focus on these key areas to maximize sustainability.
Part 1: 10:50 a.m. CT
Part 2: 11:40 a.m. CT
Jonathan S. Blum, Polsinelli PC
Nicola Fuentes Toubia, Fuentes Toubia, PLLC
Diara M. Holmes, Loeb & Loeb LLP