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2017 NAAG/NASCO Conference: Washington, D.C.

Monday, October 2, 2017

Hearing from the Regulators

William Bloomfield,  Michigan Attorney General's Office
Chris Cash,  Colorado Secretary of State's Office
Yael Fuchs, New York Attorney General's Office
Karen Gano,  Connecticut Attorney General's Office

Crowdfunding: Rules of the Game in a Changing Landscape

Gene Takagi, Managing Attorney, NEO Law Group, San Francisco

The Impact of Technology on Corporate Governance

Michael PeregrinePartner, McDermott, Will and Emery LLP, Chicago

Accounting Issues

Richard Cole, Supervising Project Manager, FASB
Candice Meth, Partner, EisnerAmper

Fundraising Using New Technology

Bob Carlson, Missouri Attorney General's Office
Marcia Stepanek, Digital Media Strategist, Columbia University

Impact of Technology on Form 990 and Registration

Adrian Bordone, Vice President, Strategic Partnerships, Guidestar
David BorensteinDirector of Data Science, Charity Navigator
Joshua Goldstein, CEO, Department of Better Technology
Cinthia Schuman Ottinger,  Deputy Director for Philanthropy Programs, The Aspen Institute

Enhancing Communications between Charities Regulators and the Charitable Sector

Cindy M. Lott, Director, Nonprofit Management Programs, School of Professional Studies, Columbia University
Tim Delaney, President & CEO, National Council of Nonprofits
Sean Parnell, Vice President of Public Policy, Philanthropy Rountable
Vernetta Walker, Vice President, Programs and Chief Governance Officer, BoardSource

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AG Spotlight

Cynthia H. Coffman, Colorado Attorney General

Cynthia H. Coffman was sworn in as Colorado's 38th attorney general in January 2015.