Your Organizational Roadmap & Accountability, WEBINAR

This webinar will cover both planning and Executive Director accountability.  Planning includes reviewing the organization and its programs and setting goals for the future.  Executive Director accountability refers to more than the annual performance review.  It's also supporting the Executive Director and providing opportunities for professional development.  Join us as we discuss how the partnership between the Executive Director and the board aids the planning process and its implementation.

Learning Objectives
- Understand the importance of planning for the future of the organization
- Understand the importance of engaging the Executive Director and/or staff in the planning process
- Understand the board's role in supporting and evaluating the Executive Director

Level
Introductory/Intermediate

Audience
Board members, Executive Directors and anyone considering board service.

Presenters
Anne Nokes has been a member of the Albuquerque community since 1960 and she has been volunteering here for most of that time.  She has served on many Boards of Directors including:  All Faiths Receiving Home, PB&J Family Services, New Futures Inc., Alta Mira, United Way, Cuidando Los Niños, Barrett Foundation and the NM Zoological Society.  Currently she is also serving on a Citizen's Review Board that reviews the permanency plans for children who are in Foster Care.  Anne is very proud to have been honored as New Mexico's Outstanding Volunteer in Philanthropy and by receiving the Arthur H. Spiegel Lifetime Achievement Award given by United Way of Central New Mexico.

Laura Zachar is the Executive Director for Playworks New Mexico. After attending Arizona State University, she remained in Phoenix and began her work in development for The Centers for Habilitation, working with individuals with disabilities. She has also worked as Development Manager for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Arizona, and served as the Executive Director for Girls For A Change, encouraging high school girls to become socially active in their community. After moving to New Mexico to take on the role of the first Civic Engagement Director for Citizen Schools, she spent several years creating and sustaining a volunteer program as well as serving as the chief fundraiser for the organization. When Playworks came to New Mexico, Laura translated her expertise to leading the organization in its first year.

Register for all 5 Board Roles & Responsibilities webinars for $50.

Co-sponsored by Daniels Fund.

     

March 22nd, 2013 12:00 PM   through   12:45 PM
Phone: 505-247-3671
Email:
Per Computer $ 15.00

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