Late last year, the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) circulated a proposed new rule on Overtime Pay. We believe the existing standard is outdated and must be adjusted, but Maryland Nonprofits needs to know if you feel the proposed rule would have negative effects on nonprofits.
The University of Maryland Medical System (UMMS) was the subject of an extensive expose by the Baltimore Sun detailing issues related to a reported 9 board members having contracts with the hospital system, including the Mayor of Baltimore. UMMS’ troubles are an important reminder for all boards of directors of nonprofits about the importance of strong ethical and oversight practices.
There were numerous positive outcomes and achievements in this year‘s legislative session, and the 2019 General Assembly saw major successes on several of our policy priorities. For many, the lasting memory of the 2019 General Assembly will be sorrowful, because of the passing of Speaker Michael Busch one day before Sine Die.
Maryland Nonprofits member “Alliance for Career and Education” (ACE) is embarking on a student-fueled digitization project to ensure their important college and career readiness textbooks and resources continue to reach young adults.
Maryland Nonprofits announces the election of four new members to its Board of Directors. The newly elected Board members are Natasha M. Cavanaugh, J.D., Richard Escalante, Jennifer McGlothlin-Renault, and Rebecca Teaff. Maryland Nonprofits’ President & CEO, Heather Iliff, announced, “I am thrilled to welcome these four talented individuals. Their unique backgrounds and diverse experience will […]
We hope the holidays bring you warmth and comfort! In observance, our office will be closed Dec. 24 – 28. Janice Foreman will be available on Monday, Dec.31st for assistance with membership issues or registering for the Legislative Preview. Our full staff will return on Jan. 2, 2019. We hope you make merry and enjoy […]