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Careers in the Nonprofit Sector: 1/17

Posted on January 14, 2019 | Filed under Archive

Details — Careers in the Nonprofit Sector — January 17

Date: 1/17Time: 12:20 pm

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On Thursday, January 17, the Center for Business and Economics and the Allegheny Gateway will welcome Eileen Gallagher Webb ’06, manager of Exempt Organization Tax Services at Ernst & Young. Active in community service during her college career at Allegheny, Webb will address issues and career choices in the nonprofit sector during her Lunchtime Learning talk from 12:20 to 1:15 p.m. in Quigley Auditorium entitled, “Business with a Mission: Careers in the Non-Profit Sector.” A complimentary lunch will be served on a first-come, first-served basis. Webb will have open office hours with students beginning at 2:15 p.m. in Pelletier Library, Career Education, Room 253. Check in at the Career Education Office to reserve your time slot. Students with interests in the Davies Leaders program, EL experiences, AmeriCorps VISTA, alternative spring break and other civic engagement opportunities provided by the Gateway should take advantage of these opportunities to meet with this alumna whose participation in these programs led her to opportunities in the non-profit community.

Eileen Gallagher Webb

Eileen is a tax manager in Ernst and Young’s Pittsburgh office and a member of the national Exempt Organization Tax Services team. She has over 10 years of experience working with various types of tax-exempt organizations, including large health care systems and other health care organizations, community development financial institutions, education, and other community and charitable organizations.
She provides tax compliance and advisory services to tax-exempt organizations related to a variety of matters including federal, state and local tax compliance; unrelated business income identification and reporting; application for tax-exempt status; change in public charity status; application for state sales tax exemption; international tax; tax due diligence; and issues related to compliance with Section 501(r) and Affordable Care Act provisions. Prior to Ernst and Young, she worked at a community development financial institution in Pittsburgh. She received a bachelor’s in economics from Allegheny and an MBA from Brandeis University. She is a certified public accountant in Pennsylvania.