Due to Hurricane Irma the conference will now take place on November 3, 2017

National Nonprofit Conference

The BMWL National Nonprofit Conference will be held on Friday, November 3, 2017, at the Rosen Shingle Creek Resort in Orlando, Florida. Join us for one full day of focused learning led by industry experts. You will walk away with the ability to lead your organization more effectively and in compliance with laws and regulations.

If you would like to receive an invitation, please click here. For more information on this year’s Conference or for registration questions, please contact Jacquelynn Morris at 407.770.6000 ext. 320.


Mike Batts

Dan Busby

Richard Hammar

Rachel Dobbs

Dale Houser

Danny Johnson

Mike Lee

Bill Robbinson

John Van Drunen

Kaylyn Varnum

Bob Wagner

Michele Wales

General Session Topics

Federal & State Executive Update

Presenter: Mike Batts

  • Comprehensive tax reform legislation – how will it affect nonprofits and charitable giving?
  • Political activity by nonprofits – where are we now?
  • Overtime pay regulations – what happened and what’s next?
  • Other relevant federal and state developments, including the popular “Flash Session”
  • And much more


Data Security in a Connected World

Presenters: Rachel Dobbs, Bill Robbinson, John Van Drunen & Bob Wagner

Panel discussion on the critically important topic of data security in a connected world.


Current Giving Trends

Presenter: Dan Busby

A practical discussion led by a top sector expert on current trends in charitable giving.

Breakout Session A

Church Law Update

Presenter: Richard Hammar

A discussion of the latest trends in church litigation, emerging areas of legal risk, and practical measures for managing and mitigating legal risks.

Breakout Session B

The Changing Face of State and Local Tax Issues for Nonprofit Organizations

Presenters: Kaylyn Varnum & Michele Wales

Nonprofit Accounting Update

Presenters: Dale Houser, Danny Johnson & Mike Lee

Final General Session

Nonprofit Financial Oversight

A practical, “nuts and bolts” discussion of healthy financial oversight in a nonprofit organization. This discussion will help those charged with financial leadership and oversight zero in efficiently on the critical elements of the financial oversight process. It will include many practical, ready-to-implement suggestions, together with sample policies and other resources. Every attendee of this session will receive a complimentary copy of the new book Nonprofit Financial Oversight for Boards and Finance Committees – the Concise & Complete Guide by Mike Batts.

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