Creating a Culture of Board Engagement

For many nonprofit organizations, especially smaller and medium sized groups, board engagement is an evergreen challenge or concern. Especially during these uncertain times, nonprofits need a board that can be counted on and who is able to support their work.

We’ll discuss how to engage board members throughout their board lifecycle, from recruitment and onboarding to board meetings and committee service.

After this webinar, participants will be able to:

  • Use the recruitment and onboarding process to start board members on a path of engagement
  • Know what elements to include in meeting agendas to keep board members active
  • Structure committees that drive community and engagement on their boards

About the Speaker:

Matt Gayer
Co-Executive Director
Catalogue for Philanthropy: Greater Washington
Matt is the Co-Executive Director of the Catalogue, a nonprofit focused on building the awareness and capacity of small, local nonprofits. Through training, communications, and consulting, the Catalogue helps lift up their partners and build the vital skills they need to thrive. Matt is a Truman Scholar, and has worked in both for corporate and nonprofit sectors prior to the Catalogue.
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