Re: If you're a member..
Interesting parallels here with what happened with the IchemE, majority of members not interested in who manages so long as they do not have to do anything. Small group of ethically driven people fighting to restore the ideals behind notforprofit, end result is that small group loose vote as majority are shills/disinterested/bribe takers support management, over ethical group.
What is happening here has happened before, I have seen the same withing with charities and siical support systems in the UK and seen that the majority end up carrying a lot of expensive management that always get bonuses, pensions etc even when the charity is crumbling. The laws in the UK seemingly protect these managements against any attempt to restore ethical behaviour almost as though abusing good deeds was actively supported by the state.
Having seen this repeated over and again then it is clear to me at least that ethical behaviour in the UK carries a tax in the form of unethical management.
Look at the ethical systems in the UK over the last 40 years and you see they have all usurped and any money redirected towards the leeches.
I hope this time things are different but I do not believe they will.