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Every board of directors has a life cycle. Board roles and structures that worked during start-up may not be all that useful as your organization matures. Yet, you depend upon your to provide vision, energy, guidance and support for your mission, especially in times of change and challenge. Non-profit expert, Doug Green, will discuss the evolution of board structure and systems, how board and staff interact, and the importance of ongoing recruitment and orientation. This webinar will provide an opportunity for participants (and their boards) to complete a self-assessment that will result in recommendations for future growth.
Doug Green brings 25 years of leadership, management, and training experience to nonprofits and local government agencies. After graduating with an MBA from Southern Methodist University in 1981, Doug served as Director of Public Affairs for the Federal Home Loan Bank Board in Washington, D.C. and Vice President and Community Reinvestment Officer for County Bank in Santa Barbara. Between 1994 and 1998, Doug directed the nonprofit social services agency, AIDS Care, Inc. He developed the organization from a small grass-roots group with three employees to a vibrant organization with a staff of 18 offering care, education and prevention services. Following his tenure as an executive director, Doug created nonprofit consulting programs at the Nonprofit Support Center of Santa Barbara County and the Ventura County Community Foundation, specializing in strategic planning and board development. Doug Green currently serves as the Chair of the Steering Committee of the Social Justice Fund for Ventura County, as a board member of Just Communities, as a member of the steering committee for the Ventura County Nonprofit Leadership Council and as a faculty advisor to the Nonprofit Minor at Pepperdine University. A doctoral candidate in Organizational Leadership at Pepperdine University, Doug teaches nonprofit management at Pepperdine’s Seaver College.