Full Committee Hearing

Charity Oversight and Reform: Keeping Bad Things from Happening to Good Charities


Date: Tuesday, June 22, 2004 Time: 10:00 AM Location: G-50 Dirksen Senate Office Building

Member Statements


  1.  Chuck Grassley (R - IA)
  2. Senator Max Baucus (D - MT)

Witnesses


Panel I

  1. The Honorable Mark Everson
    Commissioner
    Internal Revenue Service
    Washington , D.C.
  2. William Josephson
    Assistant Attorney General-in-Charge, Charities
    State of New York Offcie of the Attorney General
    New York , NY
  3. Mark Pacella
    President
    National Association of State Charity Officials
    Harrisburg , PA

Panel II

  1. Jay Adkisson
    Editor, Director
    Quatloos.com, Private Client Services Select Portfolio Management, Inc.
    Aliso Viejo , CA
  2. J.J. MacNab
    CFP CLU QFP, Analyst
    Insurance Barometer, LLC
    Bethesda , MD
  3. Mr. Car
    Confidential witness to discuss fundraising
  4. Mr. House
    Confidential Witness to discuss exploitation of charitable assets for private gain

Panel III

  1. Diana Aviv
    President and CEO
    Independent Sector
    Washington , DC
  2. Derek Bok
    President Emeritus
    Harvard University
    Cambridge , MA
  3. Willard Boyd
    Professor of Law and President Emeritus, Director, and Chair
    University of Iowa, Iowa Nonprofit Resource Center, and The Iowa Governor's Task Force on the Role of Nonprofit Organizations in Iowa
    Iowa City , IA
  4. Rick Cohen
    Executive Director
    National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy
    Washington , DC
  5. Herman Taylor
    President and CEO
    BBB Wise Giving Alliance
    Arlington , VA
  6. Rock Ringling
    Managing Director
    Montana Land Reliance
    Helena , MT

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