AMAC FOUNDATION INC

Supporting and Education America's Seniors

Lady Lake, FL   |  www.amacfoundation.org

Mission

The AMAC Foundation is dedicated to protecting and ensuring the financial security, health, and social well being of current and future older Americans. Our mission is to be a source of guidance for Americans, from those on the threshold of retirement, to those either already in their retirement years or those taking a long-range look at future retirement. This guidance will take the form of valuable information on Social Security and its many parts, tracking and reporting on legislative developments affecting retirement issues, and the dissemination of individualized advice through publications, workshops, and a variety of communication approaches.

Notes from the nonprofit

As noted previously, the AMAC Foundation is continuing to grow in service to its constituency, America's seniors. With over six years of operation behind it, our services are reaching an ever-growing audience on a national level. Under "Board Leadership Practices, we are unable to respond affirmatively to the question "Has the board conducted a formal, written self-assessment of its performance within the past three years?" As we move through 2020, we are making changes to the structure of our Board and will be detailing these changes in the next edition of our Annual Report. In accordance with normal business practices, we have been producing Annual Reports at the conclusion of each fiscal year of operation. The most recent edition was somewhat of an anomaly due to the serious and prolonged illness of our Executive Director; as a result of his absence through most of 2019, we elected to combine theses two operating years into a single report.

Ruling year info

2013

President

Rebecca Weber

Executive Director

Mr. Gerald L Hafer

Main address

312 Teague Trail

Lady Lake, FL 32159 USA

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EIN

32-0312372

NTEE code info

Services to Promote the Independence of Specific Populations (P80)

Personal Social Services (P50)

Seniors' Rights (R25)

IRS filing requirement

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Programs and results

What we aim to solve

SOURCE: Self-reported by organization

Our services are focused on: (1) the general lack of understanding among folks approaching—or already enrolled in—Social Security, and (2) the absence of a source of help in understanding what to many folks is a massive and complex set of rules, regulations, and procedures that, if not clearly interpreted, could result in their inability to obtain maximum advantage from their earned benefits. These problems have been well-documented in the media and in government publications, and have prompted us to develop a solution: our free-to-the-public Social Security Advisory Service. We offer trained and certified advisors to address questions from the public, and we have experienced a dramatic outpouring of interest (we currently handle more than 300 inquiries each month). In addition, we maintain robust websites on the topics of Social Security and Medicare; these sites are updated seven days per week. Finally, we routinely offer public seminars and workshops on these (and other) subjects.

Our programs

SOURCE: Self-reported by organization

What are the organization's current programs, how do they measure success, and who do the programs serve?

AMAC Health Care Symposium

Although the Foundation's two-day national Health Care Symposium was held in 2014, the archived presentations delivered by the acclaimed faculty have been preserved and are made available for access on-demand. At present, more than 2,000 views have been recorded, having been accessed via the event's website (www.amachealthcaresymposium.com). This site, along with its content, will remain active as we move toward an update symposium in the future.

In terms of background, the Health Care Symposium was an outcome-oriented conference that brought together industry, government and education leaders in a two-way working forum designed to dissect the nation’s health care problems and develop remedial solutions.
The free-flowing exchange of ideas provided conferees with an opportunity to be an instrumental part of the solutions to some of the most challenging healthcare issues impacting Americans today and in the future. These topics were addressed during the conference:

Medicaid and covering those without insurance;
Reducing the cost of drugs;
Creating alternative solutions to treatment and care, e.g. drug store clinics;
Controlling Medicare costs;
Improving hospital procedures to lower expenses;
Streamlining regulations for hospitals and health care agencies;
Restore the primacy of the family doctor.

As the inaugural public venture for the Foundation, the Symposium was successful in establishing our organization as a service willing to tackle tough issues. From the comments overheard during the conference, it’s clear that the opportunity to hear from a wide variety of experts and highly qualified speakers was much appreciated by those in attendance. Further, the Foundation's ability to enlist the participation of a roster of well-known speakers—some of the leading voices in the health care debate—spoke well to the Foundation's growing traction. The simple fact that speakers of this prominence would accept our invitation speaks volumes, and has given these 20 professionals an additional level of understanding of what AMAC and the AMAC Foundation are all about. It’s interesting to note that all (as in 100%) of the scheduled presenters honored their commitment to us.

The Symposium also provided the opportunity to cultivate a great relationship with organizations like the Veterans Health Council and the Vietnam Veterans of America, building on their participation in the Symposium. Given the high level of attention being focused these days on the VA and veterans issues in general, capitalizing on this relationship represents a tremendous opportunity for AMAC and the Foundation.

Population(s) Served
Seniors

One of the Foundation’s key services is the maintenance of a website focused exclusively on Social Security and its many issues. AMAC’s Social Security Report website (www.socialsecurityreport.org) is a resource for anyone interested in the state of our country’s Social Security program, and includes these features:

Daily newsfeeds on major breaking news and legislative developments affecting Social Security
Quotes and comments on Social Security policy
Questions and answers relevant to topics of interest to the public
An archive of documents on key Social Security issues
AMAC’s proposal for prototype Social Security legislation
Designed originally as a service to Congressional Aides and their Senators and Representatives to stay abreast of developments and projections on Social Security and its related programs, the site has evolved to be much more than that. Its content, and its attention to breaking news, has made it a ready source of facts, figures, and statistics on a wide variety of Social Security-related topics.

Population(s) Served
Adults

Americans on the threshold of retirement—along with those beginning to look long-term at their retirement plans—are faced with a bewildering array of options, policies, and decision criteria that must be evaluated to ensure that they make the right choices at the right time. Guidance to navigate these bureaucratic waters is scarce, often limited to simple assistance in completing the forms necessary to activate the decisions that must be made. Advice on what is right for the individual is difficult at best to come by. The purpose of this specific website is to explore the Medicare topic—as well as relationships between Medicare and the Affordable Care Act—providing information that will help current and prospective Medicare beneficiaries understand the composition of this portion of Social Security. Likewise, the site is designed to help all Americans stay abreast of legislative activities that have an impact on their participation in Medicare. Beginning with a fairly broad definition of Medicare’s history and the major milestones that the program has passed since its 1965 enactment and continuing through documentation of Medicare’s major components, the AMAC Foundation’s objective with this site is to help Americans understand their benefits and obligations as they participate. In addition to Medicare’s background information, the site presents newsfeeds on developing information about all facets of the program. These newsfeeds, posted daily, are culled from a broad range of media sources, and are categorized as an aid to site visitors having an interest in tracking specific Medicare components.

Population(s) Served
Adults

If you passed away tomorrow, will your loved ones know what to do? Will they know where your financial information and tax records, insurance records, and investment documents are stored? Will they be able to locate your most current will, health care directives, and documented funeral wishes? Can they locate important household documents, like deeds, car titles, and pension statements?
The list goes on and on, but the important point is that having this type of pertinent information organized and available in a structured place is something you can do in advance for those you leave behind. It’s a big task and it’s not an easy one…we know that. But with a structured approach you can create a living document that will prove invaluable to your loved ones.

This seminar has been structured to guide you through the process of creating your “Survivor Notebook,” the repository that will help loved ones cope after your passing. Conducted in three separate two-hour sessions, we’ll walk you through identifying what needs to be considered, assembling the material as we go in an accessible format, and we’ll be developing an approach to maintaining the material so that it’s always current. You’ll leave with a physical roadmap that will be of immeasurable value to your family.

Going into 2020, we've presented this series 21 separate times, with an average of more than 20 attendees at each session.

Population(s) Served
Adults

The specific topic of “Veterans Aid and Attendance” benefits was covered in four separate workshops in 2018-2019. These workshops explored, among many other related topics, a little-known benefit available to U.S. Armed Forces veterans who were on active duty during a period of war. Our work here was in partnership with VITAS® Healthcare and VITAS’ Veteran Liaison, Thomas Spencer, PhD. Mr. Spencer is a highly decorated veteran of multiple foreign combat theatres, formerly served as a specialist for the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs and as a former liaison for members of both the U.S. House of Representatives and the Senate.

As guest speaker at several of our workshops, Mr. Spencer shared a wealth of knowledge on the array of benefits available to veterans, focusing on eligibility criteria, application for service-connected disability benefits, nursing home care, and Aid and Attendance pension benefits. His remarks, delivered in a fast-moving hour and a half session, also covered end-of-life considerations and provided detailed guidance on how to apply for benefits for dependents and survivors. Mr. Spencer’s presentations were recorded, with a copy posted on the Foundation’s website (www.AmacFoundation.org/Videos) for on-demand viewing.

In addition, the "Resources" page of our AmacFoundation.org website now features informative guides focused on general issues and substance abuse issues specific to veterans.

Population(s) Served
Military personnel

Since our 2014 launch, the AMAC Foundation has operated a seminar series designed to present topics of interest and importance to America’s seniors. This initiative continued in the 2018-2019 period with over 60 separate sessions presented. Topics covered ranged from benefits-related seminars to workshops on technical issues important to older Americans. Since 2017, nearly 2,700 seniors have attended these free seminars, and the feedback has been tremendous. Furthermore, each of these sessions gives us the ability to make additional members of the public aware of AMAC and the AMAC Foundation.

The following few paragraphs provide examples of the kinds of seminars offered in 2018-2019.
• Protecting the Elderly from Fraud and Abuse
• Medicare Basics/New to Medicare
• Life After Cable—Entertainment Alternatives
• Understanding the “Connected Home”
• Sudden Death—Are You Prepared?
• Women and Social Security

General Comment on Projects and Seminars:
One thing the Foundation prides itself on is that we seek out efforts that will allow us to contribute to the welfare of our constituents, and that will necessitate limited cash outlay on the part of the Foundation. Wherever possible, of course, we will be seeking and applying for grant opportunities from various funding sources to defray our operating costs. In this way, we can progressively build our brand—the AMAC Foundation brand—in small increments, while building resources in the background for the major initiatives of the future. And, while our initial intent is to offer these projects locally in our Central Florida operating area, we have adopted an ongoing objective of using live streaming technology via the Foundation website and the world wide web to propagate the information across the country. Likewise, we plan to continue recording and archiving portions of the material for on-demand access through the Foundation’s website.

As noted earlier, we took a major step in 2017 toward using internet streaming to extend our reach outside of the Central Florida area. We acquired upgraded camera equipment and established an account with a livestreaming service to begin experimentation with this concept and we’ve begun to build institutional knowledge within the Foundation to cement this approach as a way of doing business that benefits our constituents across the country. Pursuing this technology has broken new ground for the Foundation, and we’ve been pleased with our progress. Our approach has been one of learning the fundamentals and establishing internal knowledge so that we can avoid the exorbitant cost of bringing in outside services for each session we conduct.

On another development related to the Foundation’s geographic goals, the AMAC organization, through its AMAC Action initiative, is steadily building a national network of AMAC Chapters across the country. The long-range objective of this development is to position these volunteer-based Chapters as the face of AMAC in their local areas. Along with this initiative, the Foundation has begun to accelerate its involvement with the Chapters, with an objective of building relationships with their local leadership. The intent with these relationships will be to invite the Chapters to promote Foundation seminars and workshops in their area, arranging local attendance at live-streamed and webinar events. Likewise, the intent is to acquaint the Chapters with Foundation resources (for example, the Social Security Report and Medicare Report websites) to extend their value even further. Development of these partnerships will help the Foundation realize economy of scale in its activity investments.

Population(s) Served
Seniors
Retired people

Our Foundation’s highly-acclaimed Social Security Advisory Service continues to draw accolades from an appreciative public. Through the end of 2019, we’ve helped nearly 9,000 seniors navigate the Social Security maze, often rescuing them from the state of confusion they’ve fallen into as a result of the program’s massive collection of rules and regulations.

Our Advisory Staff now features five trained and accredited professionals available to respond to email and telephone inquiries from folks needing to understand the rules and how they apply to their individual situation. And these questions continue to cover a broad range of topics, from simplicity (What is my full retirement age?) to the more complex (How does my foreign retirement income affect my Social Security benefit?). Although we track inquiries across more than a dozen categories, the most frequently addressed topics continue to focus on spousal benefits, when to retire, and the relationship between Social Security and Medicare.

As the graph at left illustrates, the activity level in our Advisory Service has grown substantially over the 2018-2019 period, owing largely to increased promotion of the program. One of the key aspects of this promotion was the 2017 launch of our “Ask Rusty” weekly Social Security Q&A news release, published to over 7,000 media outlets across the country. Based on the feedback we’ve received, we know that hundreds of newspapers, blogs, and websites regularly reprint the release, which includes a question about Social Security—based on actual questions we’ve received—and a thoroughly researched answer. In 2018, we published a bound collection of these “Ask Rusty” releases. A sample of an actual “Ask Rusty” article as it appeared in the media is included as Exhibit D.

As part of our promotion of the Advisory Service, this aspect of the Foundation was featured in several editions of the AMAC Magazine, creating additional public awareness of the program and its benefits. Copies of these articles are presented in Exhibit E. Also, information on our accredited individuals is made available on the Social Security Report website, along with additional details about the program and how to access the resources. This Advisory Service documentation is available for review on the Foundation’s website (www.AmacFoundation.org/programs/social-security-advisory).
Dealing with the continued demand for our Advisory Service presents a challenge for the Foundation—but it’s a challenge we welcome and are dealing with in a manner that enables us to continue responding to requestors with a service level that meets their needs. As 2020 unfolds, we’ll be keeping a close eye on our staffing level and our ability to maintain the quality level of service our constituency has come to expect, and will take action as necessary to stay ahead of this demand. In fact, our service level goal is to respond to most questions within 24 hours and all questions within 48 hours, depending on the amount of research required. This goal is of particular importance to those seeking service, many of whom anxious to make a decision and needing to know the implications of these decisions.

Population(s) Served
Adults
Seniors

Planning for retirement is a process that has multiple dimensions, beginning of course with taking the right steps to build the financial framework you’ll need to live comfortably. Then there’s the matter of maintaining your health so that you can get the most—physically—out of those leisure years. While these are arguably the two most important steps in the process, there’s a third leg to this stool that tends to require a matching level of thought: where to spend your “golden years.” There are options, of course, from retirement communities to Assisted Living Facilities to Independent Living Residences, but what's emerging these days is a growing interest in simply staying put. It's called "aging in place," and it's getting a lot of attention these days. The AMAC Foundation, recognizing the demographic we serve, has embraced this topic and has made it one of it's priority areas. 

A recent Kiplinger article titled "The Benefits of Aging In Place" reports that “Almost 90% of people over 65 want to live in their home and community as long as possible” and that “80% believe they will stay in their home until they die.” Under this scenario, a growing number of seniors are opting to remain in their family homes, living on their own and eventually living with some form of in-home assistance. Some take this approach for financial reasons, while others simply do not care to give up the familiarity of the home they’ve lived in for so many years. No matter the reason, it’s clearly a concept that appeals to an increasingly large segment of our country’s maturing population.

Local governments and policymakers have begun to embrace this concept as a viable option for seniors, spurred in part by the inevitability of future citizens opting to remain right where they are.  The 2010 United States Census reports, for example, that the age 60+ population in our country will reach a level of nearly 74 million households by 2020, an increase fueled by the Baby Boomer wave. With the number of mature adults selecting “aging in place” over geographic relocation, communities are ramping up to change the ways that they serve their constituents. Here's an example: Naturally Occurring Retirement Communities (NORCs) are in essence a village-based concept in which private agencies, residents, and neighborhood associations band together to provide support to the seniors living in their area. NORCs aggregate services (like transportation, home repair and maintenance, health care and social services) and make them available to residents at relatively low cost.  The result is substantial convenience to seniors as they live out their lives in the comfort of the homes and communities they’re most familiar with.

NORCs are but one trending approach. There are others, as defined in a recent article published by Ameriprise Financial titled "Senior living today: 3 new trends." The article addresses several key movements that are redefining the idea of aging in America.

In early 2020, we held an "Aging in Place Exposition" designed to showcase a variety of important aspects of this growing trend. Based on its success, we plan to repeat this event in 2021, and to supplement our editorial efforts with relevant articles on the concept.

Population(s) Served
Seniors
Adults

Where we work

Accreditations

National Social Security Association, LLC 2020

Our results

SOURCE: Self-reported by organization

How does this organization measure their results? It's a hard question but an important one.

Number of clients served

This metric is no longer tracked.
Totals By Year
Population(s) Served

Adults

Related Program

Social Security Advisory Service

Type of Metric

Output - describing our activities and reach

Direction of Success

Increasing

Context Notes

These statistics reflect the volume of activity we've dealt with in our Social Security Advisory Service since our launch in 2016. The 2021 volume is continuing to grow at even faster pace,.

Number of new website visitors

This metric is no longer tracked.
Totals By Year
Type of Metric

Output - describing our activities and reach

Direction of Success

Increasing

Context Notes

The Social Security Report website accounts for about 60% of the users accessing our two focused sites: Social and Medicare/Healthcare.

Number of press articles published

This metric is no longer tracked.
Totals By Year
Population(s) Served

Adults

Type of Metric

Output - describing our activities and reach

Direction of Success

Increasing

Context Notes

We routinely distribute Social Security-related Q&A type bulletins to over 7,000 media outlets, as well as general topical articles via our blog page

Number of briefings or presentations held

This metric is no longer tracked.
Totals By Year
Population(s) Served

Adults, Seniors

Related Program

Public Seminar Series

Type of Metric

Output - describing our activities and reach

Direction of Success

Holding steady

Context Notes

Our public seminar series covers a wide variety of topics in support of our mission. We normally conduct 2-3 per month, although the COVID-19 pandemic has forced a temporary halt.

Goals & Strategy

SOURCE: Self-reported by organization

Learn about the organization's key goals, strategies, capabilities, and progress.

Charting impact

Four powerful questions that require reflection about what really matters - results.

The Foundation's goal is to help protect and ensure the financial security, health, and social lives of current and future mature Americans, and to help Americans navigate the bewildering array of decisions they need to make.

In addition to providing seminars on topics of importance to seniors, the Foundation is staffed with NSSA-certified Social Security Advisors dedicated to providing credible information to individuals in, or aging into, Social Security beneficiary status. This press release was issued in mid-2016 to explain the launch of this service:

Members of the Lady Lake-based AMAC Foundation staff have earned certification as National Social Security Advisors, qualifying them to counsel retirees and pre-retirees on questions and issues pertaining to Social Security. The training preceding the qualification exam equips these Advisors to provide guidance on the many Social Security options available, and enables them to provide a trusted service to the public. Certification is accredited through the Ohio-based National Social Security Association (NSSA).

Our Advisors are available to handle questions submitted to the Foundation, either by telephone (888-750-2622), by email ([email protected], or in-person by appointment at the Foundation's office (312 Teague Trail, Lady Lake, Florida).

“The certification of our Foundation representatives is critical to our mission of supporting and educating America's seniors," reported Foundation President Dan Weber, “and we believe that providing credible, unbiased information to people in, or aging into, Social Security is an important part of what the Foundation does. And, since the Foundation is a tax-exempt organization relying solely on contributions from the public to operate, there is no charge for this valuable service."

Learn more about these accredited individuals via the Social Security Report website, a related service of the AMAC Foundation. This site contains a wealth of information about the U.S. Social Security System, featuring thousands of news reports on a variety of Social Security and retirement-related topics, as well as a library of important reports and documents regarding what's happening in Social Security. Site visitors will find, among other useful features, a daily Q&A panel providing useful information on commonly- asked questions, as well as a collection of helpful tools for use in planning retirement strategies and as an electronic version of the Foundation's “Who's Who in Social Security" publication. The site is key-word searchable, making it a handy source of information for people needing to research specific aspects of Social Security.

Initially, we are focusing on two fronts: (1) the national level, with events like our Health Care Symposium and our publicly-accessible websites (Social Security Report and Medicare Report); and (2) locally, with provision of educational programs aimed primarily toward seniors. It is our intent to hone these local successes over the next few quarters, sharpen their focus, and then present them to selected regions of the country via the AMAC network, with local facilitation provided by AMAC volunteers. In June of 2017, we took our first step in this direction by broadcasting our first seminar via a live streaming service, and we plan to continue this approach in the months ahead. It is also planned that the content will be archived for online access via the Foundation's website.

Another local focus area is the Foundation's staff of certified Social Security Advisors described in the preceding section.

The Foundation's staff is small but competent, as evidenced by the successes we've already generated. We have substantial intellectual capacity in the form of affiliated staff members having extensive professional experience, and we have access to volunteers capable of delivering the services we believe are integral to the well-being of our constituents. We've produced outstanding results with limited resources, and believe that we are poised to achieve wide-ranging results as our capacity builds. Likewise, our trained and certified Social Security Advisors form the basis for a robust level of service to seniors in need of credible information.

The AMAC Foundation has now been in operation for six years, and in that period of time has created a sound footprint in service to America’s seniors. These services have taken the form of public seminars and workshops on topics vital to an aging constituency, the operation of a vigorous online presence designed to meet the needs of seniors, and the provision of direct services in the form of credible answers to questions about the mechanics of America’s Social Security program.

During the 2018-2019 period, the Foundation’s activities directly touched the lives of over 9,000 citizens, some via attendance at seminars and workshops, and the bulk through interaction with the highly acclaimed Social Security Advisory Service we’ve operated since 2016. This Advisory Service, considered to be our flagship program, has been a huge success for the Foundation, and is now servicing hundreds of folks every month--folks needing assistance and guidance in navigating the Social Security maze and protecting their future financial well-being. This is truly a national service, with requests for help originating from nearly every state in the country and from many citizens residing offshore.

Through live-streamed seminars and the on-demand availability of recorded versions of these events via the Foundation’s website, and through the provision of hundreds of radio broadcasts on Social Security issues, the Foundation’s reach has experienced considerable expansion over the past two years. Likewise, the Foundation has been assisted greatly by frequent opportunities to contribute to AMAC, Inc. media, primarily through regular articles on Social Security issues and reprints of Social Security Q&A newsletters in the AMAC Magazine.

Details on these accomplishments are presented in the remaining sections of our Annual Report, along with our plans for the coming year and our thoughts on the road ahead. While our progress since launching six years ago has been solid, we know that continued broadening of our exposure and our reach is essential to maintaining relevance in a rapidly evolving world. As a result, we plan to align portions of our future trajectory with AMAC’s affiliate advocacy arm, AMAC Action, and its initiative to build a nationwide network of Chapters designed to be the local face of the Association. Working through these local chapters would offer an opportunity for us to deliver services to a broader range of the public and would enable us to extend the Foundation’s brand—and by extension the AMAC brand—to an even greater audience.

How we listen

SOURCE: Self-reported by organization

Seeking feedback from people served makes programs more responsive and effective. Here’s how this organization is listening.

done We shared information about our current feedback practices.
  • How is your organization collecting feedback from the people you serve?

    Electronic surveys (by email, tablet, etc.),

  • How is your organization using feedback from the people you serve?

    To identify and remedy poor client service experiences, To identify bright spots and enhance positive service experiences, To make fundamental changes to our programs and/or operations, To strengthen relationships with the people we serve,

  • With whom is the organization sharing feedback?

    The people we serve, Our staff, Our board,

  • Which of the following feedback practices does your organization routinely carry out?

  • What challenges does the organization face when collecting feedback?

    It is difficult to get the people we serve to respond to requests for feedback,

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AMAC FOUNDATION INC

Board of directors
as of 3/31/2021
SOURCE: Self-reported by organization
Board chair

Rebecca Weber

AMAC, Inc.

Term: 2020 - 2022

Judith Weber

AMAC Foundation

Rebecca Weber

AMAC, Inc.

David Weber

AMAC, Inc.

John Caffrey

Castle Financial Advisors

George Spangler

AMAC, Inc.

Maureen Otis

Law Offices of Maureen E. Otis, P.C.

Mary Lewis

Liberty Tree Alliance

Kurt Meyer

AMAC, Inc.

M. West

The Foundation Assisting Seniors

John Grimaldi

John Grimaldi Consulting

Sandra Sinagra

AMAC Foundation

Board leadership practices

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  • Board orientation and education
    Does the board conduct a formal orientation for new board members and require all board members to sign a written agreement regarding their roles, responsibilities, and expectations? Yes
  • CEO oversight
    Has the board conducted a formal, written assessment of the chief executive within the past year ? Yes
  • Ethics and transparency
    Have the board and senior staff reviewed the conflict-of-interest policy and completed and signed disclosure statements in the past year? Yes
  • Board composition
    Does the board ensure an inclusive board member recruitment process that results in diversity of thought and leadership? Yes
  • Board performance
    Has the board conducted a formal, written self-assessment of its performance within the past three years? No

Organizational demographics

SOURCE: Self-reported; last updated 02/16/2021

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Leadership

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The organization's co-leader identifies as:

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Gender identity

 

Sexual orientation

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