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Glenn Howard LinkedInAfter practicing as a CPA, IRS Attorney, business transaction attorney, and university professor, 18 years ago I settled on a professional practice more important to me – one where the people I work with every day are performing life-changing and otherwise unavailable services for humankind, with programs I can and do wholeheartedly support.

My own nonprofit participation goes back to many years of church governing boards and committees.  Later I joined the Board of Directors of a settlement house for Central American immigrants, served as a helper at a shower facility for homeless men, a daily lunch program for homeless persons, and as president of Hospice Care of Sacrament.  I served as CPA and legal counsel for a nonprofit devoted to providing summer camp, and school-year clubs and mentoring services to thousands of foster children around the country and internationally, and I am a founding board member and treasurer of two Orange County nonprofits providing services to disadvantaged children and youth – I have served all three of these organizations for over 16 years.

Along the way I have served on other nonprofit boards, including Long Beach Symphony, Mercy Hospital Foundation, San Francisco Episcopal Day School, Canterbury Club at UCI Irvine, and the boards of directors at four Episcopal churches in San Francisco, Sacramento, Washington DC, and Santa Ana.

My education and experience include:

• Juris Doctor, University of the Pacific, Mc George School of Law, Sacramento

• Doctor of Philosophy, the Catholic University of America, Washington, D.C.  International development, law, business, trade, finance, and politics

• Master of Science, Business Administration, California State University, Sacramento

• Bachelor of Arts, Accounting and Economics, California State University, Sacramento

• Member, California State Bar

• Member, Orange County Bar Association

• California Certified Public Accountant (inactive)

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