Cultivating Excellence: Unveiling the Power of Board Culture in Nonprofit Leadership

Join us for an engaging and insightful discussion on the transformative impact of board culture in nonprofit organizations. Discover how fostering a positive board culture can drive organizational success, enhance stakeholder trust, and elevate community engagement. Our expert facilitators, Nancy March, and Rose Snyder, will delve into the key elements of board culture, share strategies for cultivating a dynamic and inclusive environment, and provide actionable insights for nonprofit leaders looking to optimize their board’s performance.

Whether you’re a seasoned nonprofit executive, a dedicated board member, or an aspiring leader in the sector, this discussion promises to inspire and empower you to harness the full potential of your board. Don’t miss this opportunity to explore the critical role of board culture in shaping the future of nonprofit leadership. Join us and be part of the conversation that is redefining excellence in governance and impact in the nonprofit sector.

Together, let’s learn from each other and propel our organizations towards greater success.

These 90-minute drop-in sessions will provide an open, candid forum addressing the concerns and challenges that the participants bring to the session, whether they are board leaders, board members, or the executive staff who work most closely with boards. All are welcome, including those who are interested in serving on a board but have not had an opportunity to serve in that role previously.

March’s Board Café meeting will be held via Zoom Monday the 25th from 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM.

About the Facilitators:

Board memberNancy March, a retired Tucson attorney, has served as Board President for several non-profit organizations of different sizes over the last 25 years and has been fortunate to work alongside some inspirational leaders along the way.  These non-profits have included Arts for All/Third Street Kids, the Southern Arizona AIDS Foundation, Tucson Symphony Orchestra, Fox Tucson Theatre Foundation, and, currently, True Concord Voices and Orchestra.

CFSA staff memberRose Snyder is passionate about helping leaders discover their own unique gifts and how to use these gifts to foster a healthy organizational culture. She has her own consulting and coaching practice and works part-time for the Center for Healthy Nonprofits at the Community Foundation for Southern Arizona. With a master’s degree in organizational management and a bachelor’s degree in education, she is a certified nonprofit consultant through BoardSource and has worked with local and national nonprofit organizations across the country. Rose is one of only a handful in the world trained to conduct Psycho-geometrics® (Shapes) communication sessions and enjoys presenting these transformational workshops for local nonprofits as well as global corporate clients. 

Rose is a credentialed leadership coach through the ICF (International Coaching Federation), certified also in Emotional Intelligence Positive Intelligence, and is currently training with the Maslow Academy to receive her certificate as an Organizational Culture Coach.