Looking to further your career while making an impact in an area you are passionate about? Serving on a nonprofit board can increase your network, hone your leadership skills, and give you opportunities in management, marketing, financial oversight, and human resources. Join the Chicago Booth Social Enterprise Initiative for this interactive workshop in which you will explore different types of organizations and boards, how to narrow down your passions, how to find opportunities in Chicago, how to approach and introduce yourself to an organization, and what diligence questions to ask before joining a board. Led by Judy Maley, '84, an independent philanthropy professional, Gayle Haller, '87, regional director for Westchester County, National Executive Service Corps, and Christina Hachikian, AB '02, MBA '07, director of the Social Enterprise Initiative at Chicago Booth, this session will leave you with a potential list and strategic plan to start your search for a fulfilling and worthwhile nonprofit board experience.
Judy Maley, '84, Independent Philanthropy Professional
Gayle Haller, '87, Regional Director, Westchester County for the National Executive Service Corps.
Christina Hachikian, AB '02, MBA '07, Director of the Social Enterprise Initiative, Chicago Booth (moderator)
This session is intended for all conference attendees.