Posted by Rustandy Center on April 6, 2017
Looking to make a difference in your community? Serving on the board of directors for an NGO is a great way to give back. Additionally, nonprofits benefit greatly from engaged, qualified board members.
On April 25, the Social Enterprise Initiative (SEI) at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business will host a forum in Hong Kong to share best practices in NGO board governance. The event is free and open to the public.
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Whether you currently serve on an NGO board, work at an NGO, or are looking to get involved in the sector, the upcoming Nonprofit Board Forum can help you give back better.
Learn from a panel including Agnes Tai, ’80, director of Great Glory Investment Corporation; Edward Ho, ’95, chairman of the board for the World Wide Fund for Nature Hong Kong; and Peter Ho, ’87, general secretary and CEO of YMCA of Hong Kong, as they speak about their experiences, lessons learned, and strategies for making the most impact on NGO boards.
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