Starting and Managing a Nonprofit Organization: A Legal Guide

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Acknowledgments

This book is possible because of the contributions of many people: clients, participants at conferences and seminars, students, colleagues, and my wife. As to the latter, Bonnie J. Buchele, Ph.D., has been and is a director and/or officer of several nonprofit organizations; herewith, many questions and much free legal advice.

Many at John Wiley & Sons, have played significant roles in the development and production of this book. The process started with Jeffrey W. Brown, who provided leadership and much other helpful assistance with this and other projects over several years. He guided the preparation of the first edition. Then, Marla J. Bobowick stepped in, continuing the Wiley tradition of encouragement and support. It was during her years of service that Wiley undertook publication of my newsletter, Bruce R. Hopkins’ Nonprofit Counsel. She guided preparation of the second edition of this book. Thereafter, the task of guiding me through the third edition fell to Martha Cooley, who did a terrific job (after recovering from the shock of receiving the manuscript unsolicited). Today, the individual who directs the majority of my writing time is Susan McDermott, who also is always there with support and assistance. Susan has overseen the fourth, fifth, and sixth of these editions. I acknowledge the contributions of all four of these wonderful individuals with thanks.

I further acknowledge a considerable debt to the copyeditor for the first and second editions of this book: Maryan Malone, then of Publications Development Company of Texas. Practicing law and writing legal documents over many years has not aided my book-writing style. To compensate, Maryan worked tirelessly to rid the text of nearly all of its “lawyerese.’’ Thanks again, Maryan; I never envied you your job. I hope the subsequent editions have not undone your work too much.

Still others at Wiley who have contributed considerably to this project are Robin Goldstein (third edition), Louise Jacob (fourth edition), Natasha A. S. Wolfe (fifth edition), and Jennifer MacDonald and Claire New (this edition).

B.R.H.

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