The Community Foundation of Anne Arundel County will be hosting the 2nd annual Anna E. Greenberg Board Leadership Program on Saturday, October 28th in Annapolis -- the perfect opportunity for non-profit board members to learn what it takes to be an informed, knowledgable and committed board member.
How to be a Successful Nonprofit Board Letter: The 2nd Annual Anna E. Greenberg Board Leadership Program
Informed, knowledgeable, and committed board volunteers who understand the important role of board governance and leadership are critical to nonprofit success. In this engaging program, nonprofit executives, board members, fund development professionals and others will convene with their peers to discuss how to develop and nurture an organizational culture that encourages and supports board members to embrace their leadership responsibilities. Please come ready to share your perspectives and experiences on board governance and leadership.
What: The Anna E. Greenberg Board Leadership Program: How to Be a Successful Nonprofit Board Leader
When: Saturday, October 28th, 8:00am-12:00pm
Where: Loews Annapolis Hotel - the Atrium (126 West Street, Annapolis, MD)
Cost: $20, pre-registration is required. Registration is limited to 160 participants.
Who Should Attend: Nonprofit executives, fund development professionals and nonprofit board members or potential board members
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