Rule 109:1-1-10 | Charitable advisory council.
(A) There is hereby established the charitable advisory council. The council shall consist of eleven members to be appointed by the attorney general and shall include members who represent a broad range of charities by size and purpose, including but not limited to representatives for grantmaking charities, charitable hospitals, charitable nursing homes and United Way organizations as well as members who possess general expertise in the management of charitable organizations. The council shall also include members who represent the interests of charitable donors and charitable beneficiaries. The members shall annually vote to elect one of its members to serve as chairperson. All members shall serve at the pleasure of the attorney general, with all terms expiring no later than the term of the appointing attorney general.
(B) The attorney general shall not compensate members of the charitable advisory council and shall not provide reimbursement to members for expenses that are incurred in the conduct of their official duties.
(C) The charitable advisory council shall advise the attorney general in determining training and educational needs of charitable organizations and model policies related to governance and administration of charitable organizations in accordance with fiduciary principles, assist the attorney general in identifying emerging issues and trends affecting charities, and advise the attorney general on other related issues at the request of the attorney general.