JTATA Conflict of Interest Policy

ARTICLE  IV   Records of Proceedings  

The minutes  of  the  governing  board  and  all  commiJees with  board  delegated  powers   shall  contain:   a. The  names  of  the  persons  who  disclosed  or  otherwise  were  found  to  have  a   financial  interest  in  connec8on with  an  actual  or  possible  conflict  of  interest,  the   nature of  the financial  interest,  any  ac8on  taken  to  determine whether  a  conflict   of  interest was  present,  and  the  governing  board's  or  commiJee's  decision  as  to   whether a  conflict of  interest  in  fact existed.   b. The names of  the persons who were present  for discussions  and  votes  rela8ng  to   the  transac8on  or  arrangement,  the  content  of  the  discussion,  including  any   alterna8ves  to  the  proposed  transac8on  or  arrangement,  and  a  record  of  any   votes  taken  in  connec8on with  the proceedings.   1. A  vo8ng  member  of  the  governing  board  who  receives  compensa8on,  directly  or   indirectly,  from  the  Organiza8on  for  services  is  precluded  from  vo8ng  on  maJers   pertaining  to  that member's  compensa8on.   2. A  vo8ng member  of  any  commiJee whose  jurisdic8on  includes  compensa8on maJers   and who  receives  compensa8on, directly or  indirectly,  from  the Organiza8on  for  services   is precluded  from vo8ng on maJers pertaining  to  that member's  compensa8on.   3. No  vo8ng member of  the  governing board or  any  commiJee whose  jurisdic8on  includes   compensa8on maJers  and who  receives  compensa8on,  directly  or  indirectly,  from  the   Organiza8on,  either  individually  or  collec8vely,  is  prohibited  from  providing  informa8on   to any  commiJee  regarding  compensa8on.   ARTICLE V   Compensa?on  

ARTICLE VI   Annual Statements  

Each  director,  principal  officer  and  member  of  a  commiJee  with  governing  board   delegated powers  shall annually  sign a  statement which affirms  such person:  

a. Has  received a  copy of  the  conflicts of  interest policy;   b. Has  read and understands  the policy;   c. Has agreed  to  comply with  the policy; and  

d. Understands  the  Organiza8on  is  charitable  and  in  order  to maintain  its  federal   tax  exemp8on  it must  engage  primarily  in  ac8vi8es  that  accomplish  one or more   of  its  tax-­‐exempt purposes.  

JOSHUA TREE ARTS & TECHNOLOGY ACADEMY — CONFLICT OF  INTEREST POLICY    

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