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Name: Ken Cameron, PHR
Title: Director, Compensation and Benefits
Company: Grant Thornton
Session title: Rewarding Talent – How Do We Define Our Value in Today’s Nonprofit Landscape?
Session date/time: Monday, October 21 – 11:00 AM
LinkedIn profile: http://www.linkedin.com/pub/ken-cameron/23/661/19
Twitter: @GrantThorntonUS

Profile: Ken is a director in Grant Thornton’s Compensation and Benefits Consulting Practice. He is based in Atlanta and serves as a compensation, benefits and human resources effectiveness leader for the not-for-profit industry sector.

Ken has over 25 years of compensation and human resources leadership experience in both the consulting and corporate environments. Prior to joining Grant Thornton, Ken was a regional leader of the healthcare/not-for-profit practice at an international human resources consulting firm.

Ken has worked with a wide spectrum of organizations including universities, health care systems, governmental, and social service entities. Organizations Ken has worked with include Georgia Tech, Emory University, Catholic Charities, Marist College, The Gideon’s International, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital and The Betty Ford Center.

At the Nonprofit HR Conference, Ken will present on total rewards. Compensating our best employees is a constant struggle. Our commitment to our missions and our causes are rewards that cannot be fully valued. Yet outside constituents (donors, media and government) are increasingly defining rules and limitations on compensation without fully understanding the complexity and without providing sufficient thought to how these rules should be defined. This session will paint a detailed picture of the external forces impacting nonprofit reward programs and allow participants to have a candid discussion on what’s right and wrong in the world of compensation and benefits.

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