AFP OH, Greater Cincinnati Chapter: Networking & Knowledge BreakfastDecember 4, 2013
Topic: Legends in Fundraising - The Buzz About "B"s: Building Better Boards
Speaker: John Olberding, Principal, Chanticleer Consulting
Nonprofit organizations rely on Boards for planning, policy, expertise, community outreach and fundraising. How well a particular Board functions and complements staff and other volunteers can make all the difference in the success of a charitable organization. This presentation will discuss the roles and responsibilities of various kinds of nonprofit Boards, with ideas and tips for recruiting, supporting and empowering the very best individuals to fill roles described as "Workers", "Killers", "Queens", etc. Particular focus will be placed on the fundraising role of Board members, with ideas for how common issues and conflicts around Board giving and asking can be effectively addressed.
7:45-8:00 a.m. - Networking/Registration
8:00-9:00 a.m. - Presentation
Parking is available in the Junior League’s parking lot, on-street and across the street at the Neyer building. Directions and detailed parking map will be emailed to all registrants.
Members – Free, Non-Members - $20.00
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Funded through member support of AFP Foundation of Philanthropy’s Every Member Campaign.
More about the speaker:
John Olberding is Principal of Chanticleer Consulting and has been a member of our AFP chapter for 30 years, having served as President, Vice-President, National Philanthropy Day Co-Chair, Conference Chair, and currently as a member of the AFP International and Member Services Committees. He has served hundreds of various nonprofit organizations in Cincinnati, nationally and internationally, and is a frequently featured speaker on fundraising and organizational dynamics. He is co-editor and lead contributor of "Building Strong Nonprofits: New Strategies for Growth and Sustainability" (John Wiley & Sons).