Wed Mar 26, 2014
2:30 pm - 4:30 pm
Cary Library Meeting Room
Abbie J. von Schlegell
What are Board members’ obligations individually, collectively, ethically, and legally? Does it matter if it’s a working/management group or more governance-oriented? What kinds of support, not just financial, does your Board provide? What is your Board orientation like…are new members told what is expected of them? How well does it assess its own performance? Does your Board have a positive relationship with your CEO…why or why not? Does an organization’s size or sector matter?
You’ll learn about these topics and much, much more in this seminar. Please bring your own questions and share your experiences.
Abbie J. von Schlegell, CFRE has been in the development field for over 40 years, as a consultant with several national firms for half of her career and as a senior development officer with four institutions. She has special expertise in women’s philanthropy. She now heads her own firm, based in the Berkshires.
In 1990 she received the President’s Award from the National Society of Fund Raising Executives in recognition of her service to the profession. Abbie achieved a special distinction in 2012, joining BoardSource as a Senior Governance Consultant.
BoardSource has become the go-to resource for funders, partners, and nonprofit leaders who want to magnify their impact within their community through exceptional governance practices. Through partnerships and alliances with other organizations, BoardSource reaches large numbers of nonprofit leaders and delivers publications and Web-based governance resources for nonprofits of all sizes and mission types.
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