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Nonprofits as Employers: Some Key Legal Issues
Presented by: Rachel Lozosky,
Make sure your nonprofit organization is informed about evolving labor and employment laws. In this session, attorney Rachel Lozosky of the law office of Peacock Keller will help navigate the complexities of legal obligations as a nonprofit employer.
Rachel K. Lozosky is passionate about educating, counseling, and advocating for her clients. Hailing from a family of educators and having grown up as the daughter of a school superintendent, Rachel's personal appreciation of the challenges and rewards of work in the Pennsylvania public school system has greatly benefited her clients in her work for over a decade as a school solicitor. Rachel is experienced in the broad range of issues involved in representing school districts.
Rachel is also well-versed in representing small, mid-size and large employers in both the for-profit and non-profit sectors, as well as individual employees. Her employer clients hail from a diverse collection of industries and professional fields, including the manufacturing, construction, finance and healthcare sectors. In both her employment and school law practices, Rachel's clients consistently remark upon her talent for counseling on complex legal issues in a thorough, clear and personable manner. Whether she is drafting company policies, guiding a small business through its first employee discipline matter, or helping a recently terminated employee to understand a severance agreement, Rachel's guidance empowers her clients to make sound decisions and helps to reduce the stress often associated with legal matters.
Rachel's knowledge, experience and relatable style make her a sought-after and frequent speaker on an extensive array of employment and school law topics, including Title IX and other anti-discrimination laws, personnel best practices, and special education. Her clients frequently call upon her to provide training on these and other issues, and she frequently speaks at professional conferences and community engagements.
Form 990 and Audit as Development Tools
Presented by: Betsie Trew, WCCF
Crafting a Winning Grant Proposal II
Presented by: Shani Lasin, FISA Foundation; Lauri Fink, Hillman Family Foundation; Jennifer Reitzell, PNC Charitable Trusts; Johnna Pro, DCED Southwest regional director
Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
Presented by: Carmen Anderson, Heinz Endowments; Kristy Trautmann, FISA Foundation; Teresa Burroughs, LeMoyne Community Center
Government Mandated Reporting
Presented by: Attorney Rebecca Bowman
Donor Cultivation for WCCF Gives
Presented by: TBD
Compilations, Reviews, Audits - What is the Difference and Which is Right for My Charity?
Presented by: Gary Kissinger, CPA
Creating and Utilizing Spreadsheets
Presented by: Emeline Ferguson, WCCF
Human Resources: How to Lead Employees
Presented by: Trent Mason, VFI/TRPIL