Being a nonprofit board chair can be a challenging and isolating experience because the chair can’t always confide in their chief executive or fellow board members. So who do they turn to for advice and counsel?
While chief executives and development directors frequently participate in peer learning groups to boost their leadership, management, and technical skills, it is less common for board chairs to receive similar support for their unique role in nonprofit governance.
Whether discussing how to create exciting and engaging board meetings, effectively evaluate their chief executive, or handle inactive board members, we know that peer-to-peer conversations and tailored training can be very helpful.
To help connect nonprofit board chairs with like-minded peers who can share fresh perspectives and solutions, the Community Foundation Campus is offering a unique opportunity for current and incoming board chairs in southern Arizona to network and participate in an ongoing Nonprofit Board Chair Roundtable.
If you are interested in learning more or to RSVP for the kick-off event on February 27th, 2020, from 5 pm to 7 pm, please contact Paula Van Ness at 520-770-7898 or email@example.com.