On Board Conference on
Nonprofit Board Service

OnBoardFrom the C-suite to the nonprofit board room, complex social and environmental problems will only be solved by intentional, connected leaders working with advanced knowledge and tools. The Rustandy Center for Social Sector Innovation’s On Board conference ensures that nonprofit leaders and their boards are equipped with the knowledge and connections to do their best work.

 

On Board: In Chicago, Hong Kong, and New York

Too many organizations that are focused on solving social and environmental problems lack resources and talent. Meanwhile, those working in the for-profit sector often seek meaningful opportunities to give back. The Rustandy Center’s On Board conferences—in Chicago, Hong Kong, and New York—bring both sides together for a day of learning and connecting.

On Board in New York
November 3, 2017
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On Board in Hong Kong
The On Board conference in Hong Kong is offered through The Hong Kong Jockey Programme on Social Innovation.
Date TBD

On Board in Chicago
April 13, 2018

“Whether yours is a small startup or an established organization, On Board will help you energize and recruit for your board and make new connections within the nonprofit community.”

—Wendy Irwin, Founder, Yellow Tractor; Cofounder, The Yellow Tractor Project

“On Board is a great networking opportunity that brings people with varied interests and talents into one space for an evening of learning.”

—Kelly Lambrinatos, Current Booth Student, Cofounder and Executive Director, Vocel

“On Board is a wonderful event that attracts a community of ambitious, like-minded people who share the same values for meaningful impact.”

—Debra Michaels, Current Booth Student, Development Manager, Chicago Run

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