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On Board Conference on Nonrprofit Board Service

On Board Conference on Nonprofit Board Service

The On Board conference on nonprofit board service brings together Chicago Booth alumni and students, faculty, and business and nonprofit leaders to discuss key trends and insights in nonprofit board service. Hosted by the Rustandy Center for Social Sector Innovation at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business, the sixth annual conference will help you discover new opportunities to make an impact.

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Alisa Miller

Keynote Speaker

Alisa Miller, MBA ’99, MPP ’99

Executive Chairman, PRI-PRX

Miller, named by Fast Company as a Most Influential Woman in Technology, will share lessons learned in business and media as the first woman (and youngest) CEO to head a major public radio network.

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DETAILS

Friday, March 8, 2019
Gleacher Center
450 Cityfront Plaza Drive
  Chicago, Illinois
8:00 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.

On Board conference registration types and costs:

Ticket Type Registration
General Ticket $275
Chicago Booth alumni $125
Nonprofit representative $150
Chicago Booth student, faculty, or staff $60

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Looking to Join a Board?

Join the Rustandy Center for Jumpstart, a special workshop the night before On Board for alumni looking to join nonprofit boards. Participate in activities designed to help you think about the type of board you wish to join and the skills and networks you offer, work on your pitch, and make a plan for the following day's conference. Dinner will be served at the event, which is at the Gleacher Center on March 7.

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Meet One-On-One with Experts

Nonprofit leaders who register for the conference can meet for free, one-on-one consultations with accountants from Desmond & Ahern. Space is limited for these free consultations, so register today.

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Learn from Booth Faculty

At the conference, join Chicago Booth faculty for our popular "Booth in the Boardroom" sessions, during which professors share insights into how research and other academic tools can be applied in the nonprofit sector.

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