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Governance Matters: A Conversation with Susan Meier and Alan Cantor

Join us for a discussion with two inspiring nonprofit gurus, Susan Meier and Alan Cantor, as they reflect on the critical role of governance during the Covid-19 pandemic:
  • How are the best boards handling the pandemic?
  • What does board engagement mean in this era of social distancing?
  • How do you maximize engagement in virtual board meetings?
  • How does board culture influence the way it navigates through a crisis?
  • What are the important conversations our boards should be having today?

A recording of the conversation will be sent to all registrants.

This session is offered in partnership with Saint Anselm College Ethics in Governance: Stewardship and Investor Education Forum.

About the Presenters

Susan MeierSusan Meier is a Senior Governance Consultant for BoardSource and the principal at Meier & Associates. From 2004 to 2011, Susan served as the vice president of consulting and training for BoardSource, the nation's premier governance resource for nonprofit organizations.

Much of Susan’s work has focused on increasing board engagement, board/staff relations, and leadership transitions. Specifically, she engages boards in a deeper understanding of roles and responsibilities, strategic and generative thinking, concrete ways to maximize board meetings, and addressing culture and dynamics in the boardroom.

Susan also has extensive experience in facilitating sensitive and important conversations and in helping boards build on their strengths to become higher performing boards.

Alan Cantor

 

Alan Cantor is principal of Alan Cantor Consulting LLC, where he works with nonprofit organizations on issues of resource development, strategy, and governance. Prior to starting his consulting business in 2012, Alan had thirty years of experience in New Hampshire nonprofits as an executive director, chief development officer, and planned giving director. Alan is a prolific writer and presenter on issues relating to the nonprofit sector, and he is a frequent contributor to the opinion pages of the Chronicle of Philanthropy and other national journals. He has been cited in The New York Times, Forbes, Pro Publica, The Atlantic, Vanity Fair, and other publications.

Register here.   (You will be taken to GoToWebinar.)

Date/Time: Monday, June 1, 2020 - 2:00pm to 3:00 pm
Fees: Free

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