Ms. McLaughlin specializes in Formation and Tax-Exempt Status, Public Charities, Private Foundations, Grantmaking and Social Investing, Social Enterprise, Nonprofit Structures, Relationships and Affiliations, and International Charitable Transactions and Operations.
Ms. McLaughlin is a member of the American Bar Association, the California State Bar Association, and the Bar Association of San Francisco. She is currently the Secretary of Exempt Organizations Committee of the Taxation Section of the American Bar Association. She was formerly the Chair of the Exempt Organizations Committee of the California Lawyers Association Taxation Section
Ms. McLaughlin is admitted to the bar in the state of California.
Prior to joining Adler & Colvin, Ms. McLaughlin spent four years as a Director of Grants Administration for two of the largest community foundations in the country. In those roles, she was responsible for compliance with state and federal rules and regulations for public charity and donor advised fund distributions to charities and charitable projects around the world. This included extensive expenditure responsibility and public charity equivalency determinations, 501(h) lobbying and advocacy tracking and reporting, supporting organization grantmaking and due diligence, as well as evaluating other nonprofit compliance issues such as endowment restrictions, gift solicitations, fiscal sponsorships and designated funds.
As a Bay Area native, Ms. McLaughlin enjoys everything our community has to offer including foggy beaches, hikes in the redwoods, and wine tasting. You can find her marching in the Pride Parade, participating in alumni events and mentoring soon-to-be lawyers, remodeling her home with her partner, or cheering on her kids at school and sporting events.
Alejandra Cruz, Hope Wiliams, Shirley McLaughlin, Tia Katrina Taruc-Myers
Co-panelist: Christine Lim, East Bay Community Foundation
San Francisco, California
This webinar will provide advisers to nonprofit and exempt organizations with a guide to responding to and remedying loss of tax exempt status.
Panel: Charitable Crowdfunding: What We Know, What We Expect
Moderator: Gene Takagi, NEO Law Group
135 Main Street
San Francisco, CA 94105
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