Policy as accepted by the PGRTAZ Board:
PGRTAZ will maintain a database of local speakers who have identified themselves as willing to speak about planned giving topics. When a program presenter is looking for a speaker, they will be able to contact us for recommendations for potential speakers they can contact.
Speaker Eligibility – A speaker must be a member of PGRTAZ to register themselves as a potential speaker. The speaker will provide their contact information about topics about which they are willing to speak.
IMPORTANT: PGRTAZ will not vet potential speakers.
Programmer Eligibility – Any nonprofit organization looking for a speaker will be able to use the Speakers Bureau. Any other programmer looking for a speaker must be a member of PGRTAZ.
Cost – The program will be offered at no cost to either speakers or programmers.
Logistics – The Speakers Bureau is available to members and non members of PGRTAZ.
Please email the administrative office with your request to secure/inquire about a speaker listed, or to provide your information for listing.
Tiffany enjoys public speaking as a way to educate individuals and organizations about the win-win outcome of planned giving, creating a MasterGame Plan™ for life, and empowering people to create a legacy of their own design. She is honored to mentor charitable organizations and provide enhanced knowledge through her speaking engagements.
T. Troy McNemar
T. Troy McNemar is an attorney certified as a specialist in Estate and Trust Law by the State Bar of Arizona. Since 1991, he has been representing Arizona clients with estate planning, probate, trust administration and adult guardianships and conservatorships.
Estate Planning – Planning for the Future
Planning Giving for Charitable Donors
Planned Giving for Nonprofit Boards
Ronald G. Wilson
Planned Giving Director, Desert Southwest United Methodist Church
Ron is a retired estate planning attorney. He has served on over 10 charity planned giving committees.
Why a planned giving committee
Basic estate planning