Break for Lunch: Preparing For and Conducting an Audit
- Charity & Causes
- Northwestern Michigan College University Center Campus, Classroom 7, Traverse City MI
Co-Sponsored by the Char Em United Way and NorthSky Nonprofit Network
Serving on a nonprofit board can be fulfilling and inspiring work where you can truly make a difference in the success of a nonprofit organization. However, Board service is becoming increasingly complex with stringent fiduciary requirements and a challenging nonprofit landscape to navigate. During this session, we’ll discuss the requirements for serving on a board, how to be an effective board member, and what it means to be a “best practicing” board. This workshop will review the fiduciary duties and responsibilities to successfully guide a nonprofit organization. We’ll review the board “role description” in detail and how to build your skills and capabilities to be a strong and effective board member. Designed for entry to mid-level practitioner; new and current board members; individuals considering board service.
Light refreshments will be provided.
Instructor: Pam Evans, NorthSky Governance Consultant
NorthSky is a nonprofit program of Rotary Charities of Traverse City that assists northern Michigan nonprofit organizations strengthen their capabilities through capacity building and sustainability support. It provides a wide range of services and resources to help nonprofit organizations deliver programs effectively and efficiently. NorthSky also serves as a conduit for new resources securing state and national support and partnerships to bring technical and financial resources home to nonprofits and social enterprises in this region. As part of Rotary Charities’ mission, NorthSky also serves in leadership roles, participating and facilitating regional initiatives.