A day to Learn, Participate and Renew for Library Trustees and Directors
Hosted by the Four County Library System at the Broome County Public Library
185 Court Street, Binghamton, NY 13901
Saturday, May 6, 2017• 9:30 am to 3:00 pm
Registration Deadline – April 28, 2017
Sorry. Registration has closed for this event.
If you have any questions, please contact Tim Gavin, Executive Director at email@example.com or 518-445-9505
Join fellow trustees and library staff to get a better understanding of these important topics:
9:30 Registration and coffee
Presented by: Bob Costello, Corey Layton & Mick Lombardini of L2 Studios
For detailed bios of each of the presenters, please click here.
Presented by: Duane Shoen, CPA
Dietershagen, Little & Michelson in Ithaca, covering budgets and what information library boards should receive in regular financial reports and any potential red flags.
Duane Shoen is a partner in the accounting firm of Insero & Co, CPAs, LLP. Duane and the firm provide services to many non-profit agencies and governments in the Finger Lakes, Southern Tier, and Central New York. Duane joined the firm in 1995, and has been a partner since 2000. Insero is the successor company to Ciaschi Dietershagen, Little and Mickelson
Presented by: Carrie J. Pollak and Whitney Kummerow
Carrie J. Pollak is counsel in the Corporate, Real Estate, Tax and Health Care Practices. Her legal practice concentrates in the area of corporate governance. Ms. Pollak regularly advises long term health care providers, companies and other tax-exempt organizations on diverse legal issues, including formations, taxation and tax exempt issues, corporate governance, corporate restructurings, regulatory matters, and a variety of commercial ventures, contracts and transactions. She also regularly advises real estate developers on all stages of development, including contract negotiation and drafting, financing, leasing, buying and selling, real estate syndications, as well as wetlands mitigation, conservation and preservation.
She has represented clients before the U.S. Internal Revenue Service, Army Corps of Engineers, and the Fish and Wildlife Service; as well as the New York State Office of the Attorney General, Department of Taxation and Finance, Affordable Housing Corporation, and the Department of Environmental Protection. (Read Full Bio Here)
Whitney M. Kummerow is an associate in the Labor & Employment Practice and Startup & Emerging Business Practice. She represents and counsels employers in various aspects of labor and employment law.
As a member of the Startup & Emerging Business Practice, Ms. Kummerow also counsels entrepreneurs on various issues, including best hiring practices,employee handbook and policy creation, and initial wage and hour compliance for new businesses. (Read Full Bio Here)