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Board Member Bootcamp
December 6-10, 2021
Dates: Monday – Friday, December 6 – 10, 2021
Time: 11:30AM – 12:30PM EST
Location: Virtual via Zoom
- Monday – Board Members Roles and Responsibilities
- Tuesday – Board Recruiting and Development
- Wednesday – Evaluating the Executive Director
- Thursday – Governance (Overview and Strategies)
- Friday – Governance (Legal Compliance)
For registered participants who miss a session, a recording will be made available to that participant at the end of the course.
Effective boards are created and maintained through purposeful board development. In this workshop, SEEDs of Hope will provide highly interactive training for board members to highlight best practices in linking strategies, governance, and funding to support nonprofits in the long term.
Nonprofit boards of directors are more critical than ever to the survival and success of their agencies. The COVID-19 pandemic and resulting economy have created the highest level of human-service needs seen in generations. Meanwhile, the nonprofit organizations are finding it more and more challenging to generate the revenue needed to meet the community’s needs.
A high functioning board of directors means the difference between succeeding and failing. With limited resources, boards are a repository of intellect, objective perspectives and value added.
This Board Member Bootcamp is designed to elevate board members and the entire board to provide a higher level of value to the senior management of the company.
ABOUT SEEDS OF HOPE
Kayla Record, Co-Executive Director for SEEDs of Hope
Kayla uses interactive facilitation skills honed after spending nearly two decades implementing strategic initiatives in the fields of higher education, non-profit management, and youth leadership development. As the former Vice President of Development for Children Deserve a Chance Foundation in Pennsylvania, Kayla’s work has taken her across the United States, looking at ways in which families and students of underrepresented communities are navigating financial situations in the pursuit of academic achievement, empowerment and social engagement. Kayla was twice appointed member of two commissions to combat poverty and policy action taskforces. She earned a BA degree in marketing and communications from Stevenson University and went to Harvard University, where she obtained a master’s certification in innovation and entrepreneurship and completed the Harvard Management in Leadership in Higher Education (MLE) graduate program.
Carol Young, Co-Executive Director for SEEDs of Hope
Carol utilizes skills and knowledge gained during her fifteen-years at WSKG, a public media station in the Greater Binghamton area, where she held a variety of development positions, ultimately serving as Director of Leadership Giving. In that role she advanced the goals of the organization by establishing and nurturing relationships between the station and its supporters. She is experienced in all facets of fundraising including individual, planned and major giving, sustainer and vehicle donation programs. Carol was twice elected to the national Board of the Public Radio Association of Development Officers and served as Treasurer. She was appointed to the PBS Development Advisory Board and was subsequently elected as Chairperson. Utilizing the skills and relationships built during her national service she has assisted public media organizations throughout the country to achieve their fundraising goals. Aside from a short stint in Syracuse, Carol is a lifelong resident of Broome County having graduated from SUNY Broome Community College with a degree in Business Administration.
Register for this course by adding to the cart and checking out. Your registration is for a single participant, if you would like to register 5 or more participants please contact Kaitlyn Giles for a group rate and for any other questions regarding registration.