Board Policies: Integrity in Action, WEBINAR

Have you reviewed your organization's policies recently?  Have your bylaws kept pace with technology?  Policies reflect an organization's values and protect stakeholders.  Join us to learn more about your role as a board member in creating policy. 

Learning Objectives
- Understand the difference between policies and procedures
- Understand the importance of policies
- Understand the most vulnerable areas in a nonprofit and which policies can help provide protection


Board members, Executive Directors and anyone considering board service.

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.

Tsiporah Nephesh is the Program Coordinator for the Center for Nonprofit Excellence, United Way of Central New Mexico.  She has been with the Center since January 2006.  She has worked with boards as the Executive Director of the North American College of Botanical Medicine and Regina Modern Dance Works School.  She is currently on the board of the Orchestra of Discovery.

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

Co-sponsored by Daniels Fund.


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

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