Board Roles & Responsibilities
RBS600 Washington BoulevardStamford, CT 06901
September 20, 2011
9:30AM - 11:30AM
REGISTRATION IS CLOSED.
This workshop will address the legal and fiduciary obligations of a board of trustees of a nonprofit organization and will help board members and key staff understand the proper roles of board members in the governance of a nonprofit organization.
The speaker will be available afterwards to answer your questions.
- What are the legal roles, responsibilities, and activities of the board of directors of a nonprofit organization?
- What role should the board play in the day-to-day operations of the organization?
- What are the potential liabilities of board members?
- What legal protections exist for board members?
Maurice Segall, Esq., Director of NY and Fairfield County Programs, Pro Bono Partnership
REGISTRATION: Registration closes September 14, 2011. The registration fee is nonrefundable. Please do not hit back or refresh during the registration process. Please contact Seraphm Flaherty at 860-541-4951 before resubmitting a registration if you receive an error message.
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