Nonprofit Tweets of the Week – December 16, 2011

This week, Time Magazine revealed its Person of the Year – the Protestor (an appropriate choice).  Here are some of my favorite posts of the week in the areas of nonprofit organizations, corporate governance, philanthropy, and social enterprises: 

  • Nonprofitslaw: Detecting and Preventing Fraud and Embezzlement in Your Nonprofit Organization by Venable
  • Nonprofitslaw: The Nuts and Bolts of Lobbying for 501(c)(3) and 501(c)(6) Exempt Organizations by Venable
  • GTak: What is Good Governance – via
  • GTak: Beyond Financial Oversight: Expanding the Board's Role in Pursuit of Sustainability – – programmatic sustainability too
  • charitylawyer: Yes Virginia, Nonprofit Directors Really Can be Held Liable for An Insolvent Nonprofit’s Debts:
  • GTak: The Inclusive Nonprofit Boardroom: Leveraging the Transformative Potential of Diversity – – need genuine integration
  • emilychan: California Loosens Its Geographically-Based Restriction on Property Tax Exemptions for Nonprofits [by Ofer Lion]
  • npquarterly: Cohen tells us his top seven philanthropy predictions for 2012
  • emilychan: Who Owns an Employee's Twitter and Other Online Accounts? via @npquarterly
  • socentlaw: Benefit Corporation signed into law in New York!
  • GTak: Why I Protest: Dr. Arthur Chen of Oakland, California #occupy #personoftheyear

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