Building strong relationships and engaging the board in the mission, and values of the nonprofit can yield board members who are true organizational advocates in the community and highly active in the strategic development process.
•Decode myths and talk truth about development
•Discuss best practices for fostering a positive relationship with the board and staff
•Examine tools available for successful outcomes
Join the discussion, bring your questions and learn valuable information!
Date:Wednesday, September 12, 2018
Time:8:30 -9:00 a.m. Networking, Coffee and Bagels; 9:00 – 10:30 a.m. Program & Questions
Location:Cornell University Cooperative Extension, 10 Patriot Hills Drive, Stony Point, NY ( Easy access off Exit 14 of the Palisades Pkwy and ample parking available. )
Price:No cost to RDC and Institute for Non-Profits (INP) members. $10.00 for Non Members .
About the Presenter
Since 2014, Nicole K. Ball has been with U.S. Trust’s Institutional Investments & Philanthropic Solutions team serving institutional clients nationally. She is based in New York City. As a Nonprofit Consulting Practice Associate, Nicole is a key contributor to her team’s thought leadership development and publication and supports the practice in providing specialized solutions to help nonprofits advance their missions.
No cost to RDC and Institute for Non-Profits (INP) members. $10.00 for Non Members.
CCE Rockland Education Center
10 Patriot Hills Drive
Stony Point, New York 10980