Nonprofit boards have the ultimate responsibility and accountability for the organizations they lead.
Does every member of your board understand their legal obligations, basic responsibilities, and duties?
It doesn't matter if you have served on a board for years or if you are serving on a board for the first time, this two hour course will help you with whatever stage of board development you are at with your organization. The following will be addressed:
- 3 legal responsibilities of a nonprofit board
- 10 basic responsibilities of a nonprofit board
- Key tasks the board should undertake
Appropriate for: Executive Directors and board members
Past workshop participant comment: "It is a great overview of responsibilities of board members. For newcomers, it's enlightening; for experienced board members, it's a reminder of all their responsibilities."
Presenter: Regina Funkhouser
Regina has been the executive director of the Nonprofit Network since June 2009. With twenty-five years working in the nonprofit sector, she has a full range of experience in fundraising, marketing, governance, management and grant writing. She has led Nonprofit Network from being a county specific nonprofit management support organization to a international resource specializing in capacity building, professional development and governance and organizational management.
Previously she was owner and principal consultant for Funkhouser Consulting, which specialized in providing support, guidance and consulting services to nonprofit organizations.
Prior to owning her own company, Regina was the Development Director for the Kitsap Humane Society in Silverdale, Washington, the Community Development Director for the Child and Parent Resources in Tacoma, Washington and the Special Events Coordinator for the Multiple Sclerosis Society in Toledo, Ohio. Regina is a graduate of Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green Ohio.
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