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The Winners, Losers & Unknowns in Tax Reform

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December 6th 2017 9:30 AM - 11:00 AM
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Priority #1 of the Congressional majority this year is passing comprehensive tax reform that seeks to grow the economy and help all Americans to prosper and succeed. How do the details of tax reform – lowering tax rates, nearly doubling the standard deduction, repealing numerous tax breaks, and challenging longstanding policies regarding nonprofit nonpartisanship and governance – affect the prospects of nonprofits in advancing their missions, improving lives in their communities, while sustaining their operations?

This webinar will provide the latest information on the tax reform legislation, answer questions about how changes would affect individual nonprofits, and explain advocacy opportunities for all participants.

This webinar is free for all participants

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David L. Thompson, National Council of Nonprofits

 David L. Thompson is Vice President of Public Policy for the National Council of Nonprofits, the nation’s largest network of nonprofit organizations. Active at the local, state, and federal levels through its member State Associations and nonprofit allies, the National Council amplifies the voices of America’s local community-based nonprofit organizations, helping them engage in critical policy issues affecting the sector, manage and lead more effectively, collaborate and exchange solutions, and achieve greater impact in their communities.

Prior to joining the National Council in February 2010, Thompson served as Director of Government Affairs at Independent Sector. He served in the public sector from 2001 to 2007 as a Senior Counsel and as Policy Director to the U.S. Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee, notably as Counsel to the Pension Protection Act conference committee. Before working on Capitol Hill, Thompson directed federal policy for a consulting firm and practiced law for 17 years specializing in labor relations, employment law, government contracting, as well as government relations at the federal and state levels.

David Thompson holds a bachelor’s degree from Emory University and a law degree from the University of Georgia Law School.

Tiffany L. Gourley, National Council of Nonprofits

Tiffany L. Gourley joined the Council of Nonprofits' Team as State Policy Counsel in 2016. She recently moved to DC from Honolulu, where she served as a legislative attorney for the Hawaii Legislature, supporting legislators on a wide range of issues. Previously, she externed at the Hawai`i Alliance of Nonprofit Organizations, tracking legislation of interest to nonprofit organizations, and at the Hawaii Attorney General’s Office, working in the Tax and Charities Division researching nonprofit compliance. A native of small-town Western Pennsylvania, Tiffany earned her B.A., magna cum laude, from the University of Colorado – Boulder in 2008 and her law degree at the University of Hawaii in 2012 and received the CALI Award for Excellence in Nonprofit Organizations. Before law school, she started a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization focused on raising and disbursing funds for educational scholarships and volunteer grants and has since helped create and consult on five 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations.

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