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Being an Effective Board Member: Dos and Don’ts

Posted by Judith Crown on 5/5/2017 2:00:00 AM

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Nonprofit Board Forum Explores Social Impact in Hong Kong

Posted by Rustandy Center on 4/6/2017 5:06:00 PM

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Missing Dimensions of Diversity

Posted by Judith Crown on 3/1/2017 2:10:00 PM

At the On Board conference on April 7, nonprofit leaders will discuss what they’ve learned—and how their organizations have benefitted—from efforts to be inclusive of individuals with disabilities.

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Finding New Paths to Impact

Posted by LeeAnn Shelton on 6/20/2016 11:11:00 AM

"At On Board, you’re learning about how to be a good board member and how to determine which board is right for you, so you’ll be a good steward of your community,” said presenter Gayle Haller, ’87, senior vice president, arts and culture, for the National Executive Service Corps. In all, more than 145 nonprofits were represented at this year’s On Board conference.

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What Makes a Good Board? Reflections from On Board 2015

Posted by Barbara Passy on 5/7/2015 8:00:00 AM

Barbara Passy, '07, shares her reflections on the "Untangling the Purse Strings: How board governance impacts funder decisions" panel at the 2015 On Board conference on nonprofit board service.

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Slow and Steady: Social change from the boardroom

Posted by Deborah Ziff on 4/3/2015 8:00:00 AM

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Serving on a board of directors can provide a platform to push for major social change—but that change can take time, said Dennis Chookaszian, ’68, speaking at the On Board 2015 conference on nonprofit board service .

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