Speaking Engagements

Corporate Governance and the Nominating Process

February 4, 2014
Goodwin Procter Conference Center, 53 State Street, Boston, Massachusetts, 02109


Goodwin Procter will host a breakfast briefing on trends and best practices in board governance and succession planning for colleges, universities and research institutions. Under scrutiny today by the IRS, the Attorney General and the media, tax-exempt organizations need to ensure they are soundly structured and well-positioned to comply with evolving regulations and standards. Hear from our panel on the role of the board in presidential evaluation, succession and selection, presidential compensation and the Massachusetts Attorney General’s Public Charities CEO Compensation review, selecting board members and leaders and board self-evaluation.

Goodwin Procter partner, Stuart Cable, will moderate and panelists include: J. Keith Motley, Ph.D., Chancellor, University of Massachusetts Boston; Todd L. C. Klipp, Senior Vice President, Senior Counsel and Secretary of the Board of Trustees, Boston University; Regina Pisa, Chairman of Goodwin Procter; and Susan Abbott, Chair of the Tax-Exempt Organization Practice at Goodwin Procter.