• Mission Statement

    The mission of the Perlman Compliance Group is to facilitate our clients’ success and support their strategic goals within a culture of ethical, fiscal and regulatory compliance. We are committed to providing personalized service and attention to results.

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A Brief History

Where We Began

In 1955, Bernard Perlman began the first state regulatory agency devoted exclusively to the oversight of charitable activities. His expertise became the basis for a private law practice, Perlman & Perlman LLP, which continues to provide comprehensive legal advice and representation to the philanthropic community.

In 1991, responding to greater state-level enforcement, Perlman & Perlman launched the first dedicated State Registration and Compliance service, catering to over 500 clients, including nonprofits, professional fundraisers, fundraising consultants, and commercial co-venturers.

Where We are Now

In 2019, to address the growing needs of state fundraising registration clients, Perlman & Perlman LLP launched the Perlman Compliance Group (“PCG”). PCG offers expanded services and resources to be even more efficient, saving our clients time and money. We continue to take advantage of the Perlman and Perlman legal team to enhance service delivery and, when necessary, to negotiate with regulators. Our well-trained team of specialists, associates, and support staff renews their commitment to providing our clients with unsurpassed customer service and meticulous attention to all their regulatory needs.

Thank you to all our loyal clients who have made PCG possible;

A premiere service ready and excited to satisfy all your charitable fundraising compliance needs.

Our Management Team

Nicole began working for us while still in college. She has risen through the ranks as a compliance specialist, manager, and her current position as Director of PCG. She is a skilled negotiator, working with regulators to resolve challenging compliance issues. Her common sense and professionalism are welcomed by staff and clients alike. In her free time, Nicole is active in the PTA and as a youth mentor at church. She continues to pursue her lifelong passion as an animal rights advocate.

Nicole Miller


Kyra McCain was one of our first specialists to join the Registration and Compliance Arizona office in 2007. After moving to California in 2012, she obtained a master’s in communication from Cal State East Bay, where she subsequently joined the faculty. Kyra returned to Arizona in 2019 and rejoined PCG. As a professor, she taught fostering connectedness through communication, which she now promotes in the workplace, making her an invaluable asset to the team and clients.

Kyra McCain

Manager of Registration and Compliance

Nancy’s passion for business inspired her to pursue a career in corporate law. Her knowledge of corporate compliance as it relates to the charitable sector has proven to be an asset in her current role.
As head of Corporate Services, Nancy oversees a full array of filing services, in addition to charitable registration. Nancy launched a community nonprofit – Athletic Pride, in support of local athletes.

Nancy Peru

Manager of Corporate Services

In his role as team attorney, Daniel brings over six years of professional experience in the law and the nonprofit sector. His contributions have been instrumental to the high satisfaction rate of clients and the growth of the Perlman Compliance Group. Daniel enjoys collaborating with the PCG management team and the Perlman & Perlman attorneys to deliver clients top-notch service and the assurance that they will remain in compliance with the law.

Daniel Jenewein


Leslie’s goal at PCG is to facilitate a collaborative workplace where employees feel empowered to contribute their ideas and do their best work. Having helped her family’s construction business downsize during tough economic times, she developed an aptitude for empathetic listening and life coaching. When not busy at PCG, Leslie is active as President of the San Tan Historical Society, a legacy project to keep the early 20th century town of Higley, Arizona from disappearing off modern maps.

Leslie LeRoux

Manager of Operations and Administration

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