Live Webinar: Best Practices for Working with a Board of Directors

Includes a Live Event on 02/20/2020 at 3:00 PM (EST)

Webinar Description

There’s no shortage of reading material about how nonprofit boards of directors are supposed to operate. But when you are the paid or unpaid executive director or the board president who sometimes fills the role of executive director in an all-volunteer organization, you need to be more than book smart to successfully achieve the delicate balance of working for—and with—your board of directors. Join us to hear street smart advice from an executive director and all-volunteer board president as they offer best practices learned from their experience working with a board.

This webinar is part of the StEPs Lab series of online continuing education offered to both StEPs program participants and all others interested in the topic of financial management. This is StEPs Lab 20.

Details

DATE: February 20, 2020

TIME: 3:00 - 4:15 pm EASTERN (Remember to adjust for your time zone)

COST: $40 Members / $65 Nonmembers / $15 discount for StEPs participants with promo code found on StEPs Community website

We will record these events. Access the Recorded Webinars in the AASLH Resource Center after the event has passed. Registrants of this event receive complimentary access to the recordings in their Dashboard. 

Closed captioning is provided for these events.

Stephanie Johnson-Toliver

Stephanie Johnson-Toliver is President at the Black Heritage Society of Washington State (BHS) where she leads a dedicated Board of Directors who are committed to uphold The Society’s mission to preserve and share the history of black people from across the region. BHS holds the largest public collection of memorabilia that documents noteworthy and every-day life events, as well as individuals and families whose legacies and stories contribute to the vitality of Washington State. Stephanie engages in broad community outreach that includes partnerships with the Washington Trust for Historic Preservation, Northwest African American Museum and long-time affiliation with the Museum of History & Industry in Seattle, WA.

In addition to her role at BHS, Stephanie is Co-Chair at Seattle’s Historic Central Area Arts & Cultural District that works to preserve, strengthen and establish support for sustaining the legacy of this historic African American neighborhood. She was a 2019 nominee for the Mayor’s Arts Awards. Her personal interests are centered around family, friends, camping, genealogy, and good food.

Stacy Klingler

Stacy Klingler is the Executive Director of Butterworth Center & Deere-Wiman House – a community center in the Victorian era homes of John Deere’s son and granddaughter in Moline, Illinois. She serves on the Council and the Diversity & Inclusion Committee for the American Association for State and Local History and is the co-editor of The Small Museum Toolkit.  Previously, she worked in Local History Service at the Indiana Historical Society and was the Director of the Putnam County Museum in Greencastle, Indiana.  Stacy enjoys biking along the Mississippi with her husband and daughter and pretending to garden while mostly snoozing in the family hammock. 

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Live Webinar: Best Practices for Working with a Board of Directors
02/20/2020 at 3:00 PM (EST)   |  75 minutes
02/20/2020 at 3:00 PM (EST)   |  75 minutes

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