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Charitable Advisory Council Efforts Appreciated

May 28, 2019

The Attorney General’s Charitable Advisory Council was created to provide feedback to the Charitable Law Section on proposed regulations, training needs and other trends within the sector. Each attorney general appoints the advisory council members whose terms expire with the term of the attorney general.

The council members receive no compensation or reimbursement of expenses. But their volunteer time and expertise has yielded valuable information that has helped guide the work of the Charitable Law Section. In addition to discussing new training strategies, the Council was also involved with the development of the online charitable registration system and explored the concept of mandatory audits for large charitable organizations. A final report from the Charitable Advisory Council that served under former Attorney General Mike DeWine can be found online.

Special thanks to the following for their service on the Advisory Council:

  • Chair - Mary Gallagher, executive vice president and chief of staff at the Ohio Hospital Association
  • Suzanne Allen, president, Philanthropy Ohio
  • Jim Ashenhurst, retired military
  • David Ball, Rosenberg & Ball Co., LPA
  • Janet Greenlee, associate professor, University of Dayton
  • Monica Moloney, attorney
  • Kip Morse, president, Better Business Bureau of Central Ohio
  • Stephanie Moulton, associate professor, Ohio State University
  • Thomas Poulson, chief financial officer, Willow Brook Christian Communities
  • Howie Beigelman, executive director, Ohio Jewish Communities

Attorney General Dave Yost is working on the appointment of a new advisory council. For additional information about the Council, email Meeting schedules and minutes of the council meetings are routinely posted online.

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