Training for Nonprofits: Boards in Gear (Fall Session)
Tuesday, October 15, 2019
About Boards in Gear
Boards play an important role in the success of any organization. They move forward an organization’s mission, and they steward the assets and relationships of that organization to keep it out of harm. Strengthening the practice of nonprofit boards within a community will lead to more effective and sustainable results as that community addresses poverty, education, the environment and other critical issues.
This interactive, hands-on workshop will cover board responsibilities, operations, development, fundraising, and advocacy. It is based on the Boards in Gear resources developed in partnership with some of our state’s leading board experts. You will leave with concrete action steps, tools, and connections. Strengthening the practice of nonprofit boards within a community will lead to more effective and sustainable results as that community addresses poverty, education, the environment and other critical issues.
Who Should Attend
This workshop is designed for board members and the people who work with them, namely executive directors and program staff. It offers ideas for new board members and those who have served for a long time. It is appropriate for organizations of all sizes, whether they have staff or not.
About the Presenter
Kim Rakow Bernier, M.P.A. is an organization and management consultant who partners with nonprofits to align people, purpose and planning for impact. She is a nonprofit practitioner and educator with over twenty years of experience and leadership in building the capacity of leaders and organizations. Kim has led nonprofits planning efforts from inside and out of multiple organizations; most recently at a global grantmaking nonprofit in her role as Executive Director, and as the chair of the strategic planning committee in a leadership development and environmental restoration organization.
Date: Thursday, October 15
Time: 4:00pm to 8:00pm
Where: Mason County PUD No. 3, Shelton
Registration Required. Click here to register.
$20 members of Washington Nonprofits (Check the Member Resources Page for the Member-only Promo Code)
Cost should not be a barrier to participate. Please contact Washington Nonprofits at (855) 299-2922 x108 if you have any requests, concerns, or questions.
This workshop is presented by Washington Nonprofits in partnership with the Office of the Secretary of State and the Community Foundation of South Puget Sound.