Education and Qualifications

Glenn Howard's education and professional background have provided a basis for his
intense interest in nonprofit organizations  His experience with a diverse variety of  
organizations has given him a perspective and desire to provide the most competent
services possible for worthwhile charitable endeavors and nonprofit start-ups.

•       Juris Doctor, University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law, Sacramento
•       Doctor of Philosophy, The Catholic University of America, Washington, D.C,
          International Development, law, business, trade, finance, and politics, with
          Master of Science, Business Administration, California State University,
•       Bachelor of Arts, Accounting and Economics, California State University,    
•       Member, California State Bar
•       California Certified Public Accountant (inactive)
•       Member, American Association of Attorney-Certified Public Accountants
•       Member, Orange County Bar Association
•       Senior accountant, Sacramento certified public accounting firm
•       Attorney, Internal Revenue Service
•       Partner, two San Francisco business and administrative law firms
•       University Department Chairman of Masters Program, and tenured Associate
           Professor, teaching business law, CPA review, income taxation, at Howard
           University School of Business and Public Administration, Washington, D.C
•       Adjunct professor teaching real estate law at California State University,
           Sacramento; income taxation at Lincoln University, San Francisco, and micro
           economics and management accounting at Vanguard University, Orange
           County, California
•       Presidential Intern Program, Carter Administration, advisor to 12 interns
•       Episcopal Church boards of director, innumerable committees, task forces, and
          special projects in four churches in Washington, D.C., Sacramento, San
          Francisco, and Santa Ana, extending over 30 years

Publications include:

•     The Operations and International Law-Making Activities of the International
          Finance  Corporation.  A monograph published by the World Association of
          Lawyers, Washington, D.C.
•     High Point Products: Acquisition, Discovery of Discrepancies, and Financial
          Disaster.  Three Business Law Cases published by Intercollegiate Case Clearing
          House, Graduate School of Business  Administration,  Harvard University.
•     A Preliminary Survey of Pending Federal Legislation of Particular Interest to
          Minority Business Enterprises, prepared for the Institute for Minority Business
•     Host Country-Transnational Corporation Relations: a Case Study of Kenyan
          Control Over Foreign owned Enterprises. Ph.D. Dissertation, The Catholic
          University of America.
•     Research reports and briefs to United States Supreme Court, California
          Supreme Court, Atomic Energy Commission, California Alcoholic Beverage
          Control Board, California Public Utilities Commission,  Civil Aeronautics Board,
          Federal Communications Commission, Internal Revenue Service, Interstate
          Commerce Commission, Securities and Exchanges Commission, Small    
          Business Administration, Social Security Administration, and others.
Legal and Consulting Services for  
Nonprofit Organizations