• August 2nd Registration
    August 2, 2019
    9:00 am - 12:00 pm
  • September 6th Registration
    September 6, 2019
    9:00 am - 12:00 pm

Board Development- Recruit and Retain Great Board Members!

Recruitment and retention of great board members are two major issues for many nonprofit organizations. But building a board is more than just filling slots! It’s about having the right blend of skill sets, expertise, community connections, and diverse perspectives. The reality is that without a strong board, the long-term success of the organization’s activities may be endangered. With this in mind, join us as we cover three key governance areas:

  • Recruiting board members who are engaged and highly skilled
  • Training those board members on how to provide effective oversight
  • Retaining board members and keeping them engaged throughout their tenure

We will also work through a board matrix which can be used in assessing your current board make-up or for recruiting new members. In the second half of the morning, we will also cover board retention techniques to keep your board members involved, so they develop into strong, loyal supporters of your organization.

 

About the presenter: 

Nan Moore, President & CEO

United Way of Smith County

Nan began working in nonprofit administration after a for-profit career and years of volunteer service. Her nonprofit management experience includes 27 years of executive leadership for organizations that include the Literacy Council of Tyler, Goodwill Industries, and Boys & Girls Clubs of America. In December 2007, she accepted the position of President and CEO of United Way of Smith County.

Nan currently serves on the Workforce Solutions East Texas Board as Finance and Audit Chair as well as several local committees and community initiatives.

 

For questions about registration please contact us at: ldavis@uwtyler.org or (903) 581-6376 x110. 

AUTHOR: Reece Anderson
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