Last update: June 26, 2023

Nonprofit Executives (“NPE”/“we”/“us”/“our”) respects our users’ (“you”) privacy. However, due to the nature of the Internet, computer systems, communications networks, and numerous other factors, we cannot and do not guarantee absolute privacy and that your information or data will never be lost, misused, altered, missent, or that no unauthorized third-party will obtain access or ever receive it. This is NOT a secure site and we have not employed any security measures to protect data. We have not implemented any protective safeguards regarding the access, use, processing, encryption, disclosure, or authentication of any information available on this site or that you make available to us through it.

This Privacy Policy (“Policy”) applies only to this website and not to third-party sites to which we may provide links or the service providers (“providers”) who we retain to provide various services relating to the operation and use of the site. You should refer to those other sites’ own privacy policies to learn how they may collect, use, and retain information and data about you and what security measures they have implemented, if any. NPE is not responsible or liable for the content, transmissions, data collection, or privacy practices of any third-party sites.

This website uses cookies to enhance website performance, analyze website use, and to assist in our marketing. These cookies may be persistent and reside on your computer until you delete them and/or on a discrete temporary session basis only when you are using the site. You may have the ability to disable the use of cookies through your browser settings (or alert you prior to accepting them), but disabling or refusing to accept them could compromise the performance of the website or prevent you from accessing all of its features.

This website does not automatically collect Personally Identifiable Information (“PII”) from you, which means any type of information that could be utilized to identify or be readily associated with you while using the site. Examples of PII include but are not limited to your name, address, telephone number, and e-mail address, or any combination thereof. The only PII we collect is the information that you choose to voluntarily and directly send to us via your registration on this website, which is usually accomplished through an online form with field prompts, or through other e-mail or other electronic messages. We collect and use this PII for our business purposes only, which may include marketing, promotional, analytical, legal, and statistical uses. We store it within our and/or a third-party system for a potentially unlimited period of time.

We do not use this PII for any other reason except as stated in this Policy and, as a matter of routine business practice, do not sell, share, or otherwise disseminate your personal information or data. However, there may be limited instances when we share, disseminate, or transfer your PII to certain third parties. For example, if we reorganize, sell, or transfer all or a portion of our assets; or undergo a merger with another entity; or are acquired by a third party, we may transfer your PII to the new, joint, or successor entity as part of the transaction. If we go out of business, enter bankruptcy or receivership, or experience any other insolvency event, your information could be considered to be an asset of ours that would be transferred, purchased, or acquired by a third party. You acknowledge and agree that such transfers may occur in these types of limited situations and that the transferee may decline to honor any commitments we made to you pursuant to this Policy. Said transferee may also have different privacy terms and practices in place, and implement different security measures.

We and/or our providers may automatically gather certain other information from you and store it in log files. This type of automatic collection does not require you to voluntarily provide information to us. These files may contain data such as your internet protocol (“lP”) address, browser type, device identifier, operating system, internet service provider, date/time stamps, and other data. This information, among other things, allows us to track statistics, site usage, and trends on an aggregate basis. Your IP address is a unique series of numbers that identifies each computer connected to the internet. It can be used to provide information such as the date and time of your visit, the availability of certain requested files, the popularity of various website functions, and the amount of information transmitted to you from a site.

We and/or our providers use your IP address for, among other things, addressing the frequency of your website visits and determining how often certain pages and functions are accessed. As a particular computer is identified rather than a specific user, no PII is disclosed. We do not routinely attempt to match or link your IP address to any PII that you provide to us. But in instances where we, in our sole discretion, suspect or determine that the site is being used for any unacceptable, inappropriate, or illegal purposes, PII and other information relating to your use of this site and our services may be disclosed to other parties as we deem appropriate. In certain instances, this information may also be disclosed pursuant to a law enforcement investigation or other legal or governmental process or procedure, whether criminal or civil in nature.

We may change this Policy from time-to-time in our sole discretion. If we make any material changes to it or to our privacy practices, we will attempt to notify you via: (1) your e-mail address; (2) other contact information that you provided to us; or (3) our online virtual meetings and events.

Please contact us for more information about our privacy practices, the third-party providers that we use, or any questions that you have about this Policy.