Tax Year 2017
IRS Form 990-PF
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LINCOLN INSTITUTE OF LAND POLICY

Phoenix, AZ

Summary

Assets

$602M

Grant Median

$10K

Grant Max

$36K

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Latest Tax Filing

2017

Published by IRS

July 2019

People

# Name Title Hours / Wk Comp ($)
1 KATHRYN J LINCOLN CHAIRMAN & CIO/DIRECTOR 38 399,497
2 GEORGE MC CARTHY CEO AND PRESIDENT/DIRECTOR 38 401,274
3 DENNIS W ROBINSON TREAS. & VP-FIN. & OPS. 38 230,000
4 LEVERING F T WHITE AST. SEC. & VP ADMIN & HR 38 165,000
5 DIONE A ETTER SECRETARY 38 115,000
6 DAVID C LINCOLN ASSIST. TREASURER/DIRECTOR 2 4,250
7 CAROLINA BARCO DIRECTOR AND PROGRAM ADVIS 3 11,000
8 ROY W BAHL DIRECTOR AND PROGRAM ADVIS 2 11,250
9 MIMI BROWN DIRECTOR 2 8,000
10 JOHN G LINCOLN III DIRECTOR 1 7,000
11 KEVYN ORR DIRECTOR 1 2,000
12 ANDREA TAYLOR DIRECTOR 1 2,000
13 THOMAS BECKER DIRECTOR 2 13,000
14 BRUCE LINCOLN DIRECTOR 1 8,750
15 MICHAEL NUTTER DIRECTOR 1 5,000
16 THOMAS NECHYBA DIRECTOR AND PROGRAM ADVIS 2 12,750
17 JOHANNES LINN DIRECTOR AND PROGRAM ADVIS 2 8,250
18 JILL SCHURTZ DIRECTOR 2 7,750
19 RAPHAEL BOSTIC DIRECTOR 1 0
20 ANTHONY COYNE DIRECTOR 2 12,500
21 CONSTANCE MITCHELL FORD DIRECTOR AND PROGRAM ADVIS 2 12,000
22 JANE CAMPBELL DIRECTOR 2 12,250
23 TIM RENJILIAN DIRECTOR 2 12,500
24 SCOTT SMITH DIRECTOR 2 11,500
25 ROBIN HACKE E.D. - CCI 38 275,000
26 ZHI LIU SR. FELLOW 38 260,000
27 JOAN YOUNGMAN SR. FELLOW 38 265,000
28 MARTIM SMOLKA SR. FELLOW 38 225,000
29 ARMANDO CARBONELL SR. FELLOW 38 222,000

Charitable Activities

  • $2,963,856
    THE DEPARTMENT OF PLANNING AND URBAN FORM ADDRESSES MAJOR GLOBAL CHALLENGES WITH ITS WORK IN URBAN DEVELOPMENT, LAND CONSERVATION AND THE INTERMOUNTAIN WEST.
  • $2,657,292
    THE CENTER FOR COMMUNITY INVESTMENT HELPS DISADVANTAGED COMMUNITIES HARNESS INVESTMENT TO ACHIEVE THEIR ECONOMIC, SOCIAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL PRIORITIES. THROUGH A COMBINATION OF TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT, DISSEMINATION OF RESEARCH AND LESSONS LEARNED, AND THE CREATION OF A ROBUST PEER NETWORK, THE CENTER BUILDS CAPACITY OF COMMUNITIES TO DEFINE PRIORITIES AND GUIDE CAPITAL TOWARD THOSE PRIORITIES.
  • $2,538,303
    THE DEPARTMENT OF VALUATION AND TAXATION SEEKS TO INFORM PUBLIC DECISION-MAKING ON LAND-RELATED ISSUES THROUGH RESEARCH, TEACHING, AND DATA GATHERING.
  • $2,415,874
    THE LATIN AMERICA PROGRAM FOCUSES ON SEVEN CORE AREAS - VALUE CAPTURE; PROPERTY TAXATION, ASSESSMENTS AND CADASTRES; LARGE-SCALE URBAN REDEVELOPMENT PROJECTS; INFORMALITY, REGULARIZATION, AND LAND MARKETS; ANALYSIS OF URBAN LAND MARKETS; LEGAL DIMENSIONS OF LAND POLICY; AND CLIMATE CHANGE.

Grants filter_list

Tax Year
283 results
Amount ($) Name Purpose Location Year
2017 Univ of Southern California Los Angeles, CA The role of entrepeneurship in Emerging Land Markets: Case of Havana, Cuba 36,030
2017 Monica Unda Gutierrez San Diego, CA Municipal Finances in Mexico: Why Some Cities Extract More and Spend it Better 32,211
2017 ASU Foun for a New Amer Univ Tempe, AZ Impact of the Water Resources Element within Arizona General Plans on Water Sustainability 25,641
2017 University of Leeds Leeds West Yorkshire, UK* Urban Expansion and Housing Affordability in China 18,000
2017 Clark University Worcester, MA Land Conversion and Misallocation across Cities in China 16,500
2017 Dept of Agri Economics & Rural Sociology -Auburn U Newark, DE "An Experiment on the Public Acceptability, Efficiency, & Spatial Impacts of LVT 14,666
2017 P Universidad Catolica de Chile Providencia Santiago, CI* Modelling the Costs of Densification in Consolidated Neighborhoods 13,000
2017 Julie Gamble Friendswood, TX Is Informal Transit Land-Oriented? Case of Quito, Ecuador 12,493
2017 The Ohio State University Columbus, OH Spatial Impacts of High-Speed Rail on Urban Transformation in China 12,000
2017 Nestor Fernando Garza Puentes Seattle, WA Regulation and Real Estate Prices in Baranquilla, Colombia 11,400
2017 Universidad del Rosario Bogota, CO* Are Land Use and Development Changes Associated with Value Capture as a Result of BRT Investments? 10,748
2017 Line Algoed Haacht, BE* Assessing the feasibility of CLT instruments developed by the Cao Martn Pea communities 10,530
2017 Department of Architecture University of Cambridge Cambridge, UK* A New Model for Land Value Capture in Planned New Urban Centers: Shanghai Case 10,000
2017 University of California Berkeley Dept of Economics Oakland, CA Examining the Incidence of the Property Tax Using a Spatial Equilibrium Framework 10,000
2017 University of Oklahoma Norman, OK Location-Based Development Impact Fees and New Business Location Decisions 10,000
2017 UCL Consultants Limited London, UK* In search of urban livability: Equity, public health, infrastructure and urban policy in Cali, Colombia 10,000
2017 Department of Public Administration University of North Texas Denton, TX The Effects of Property Tax Exemptions on Municipal Budgets 10,000
2017 Jose Joaquin Prieto London, UK* Changes in the Geographies of Opportunity in the City of Santiago, Chile 10,000
2017 School of Urban Planning McGill University Verdun, CA* Innovation Districts: often imitated, never duplicated? 10,000
2017 Kent State University Kent, OH Location-Based Development Impact Fees and New Business Location Decisions 10,000
(*) Denotes foreign country

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