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Board Governance 201

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April 5 @ 11:00 am 12:15 pm

$95 – $300 MNA Members: $95 Individual, $150 Whole Org; Non-members: $190 Individual, $300 Whole Org
This event is free for All Access Pass holders.

Legal responsibilities, strategic vision, financial stewardship…Board Members have a lot on their plates. Whether you are a seasoned board member or a new recruit, this workshop will cover all you need to know to become an excellent board member. Join us for this webinar series to make the most of your board term. 

Participants in this workshop will leave with:

  • An understanding of board legal responsibilities, duties, and roles 
  • Tools to govern better as a body, including best practices in board structure, recruitment, relationships, and running meetings 
  • Opportunity to reflect on current board structure and dynamics, with identified areas to improve 
  • Access to a resource library with sample policies, templates, and further reading to aid in strengthening your board 


Webinars will take place Tuesdays starting March 8, 11:00 AM – 12:15 PM MST

  • March 8 | Board Basics + Responsibilities 
  • March 15 | Board Structure + Meetings Part 1 
  • March 22 | Board Structure + Meetings Part 2 
  • March 29 | Board Culture + Board/Staff Dynamics 
  • April 5 | Recruiting + Onboarding Board Members

Scholarships Available. Apply Here

Liz Moore
Executive Director

Presented by Liz Moore, MNA Executive Director

Liz Moore, MNM, has been the Executive Director for Montana Nonprofit Association (MNA) since 2011. During that time she has lobbied and advocated extensively at the state and federal levels on behalf of Montana’s nonprofit sector. In addition to working with MNA’s Public Policy Council to lead MNA’s policy efforts, she serves on the Board of the National Council of Nonprofits. In that role she serves as the chair of the National Council’s Public Policy Committee. Liz is also an adjunct professor for the University of Montana, teaching Nonprofit Policy and Advocacy in the Masters of Public Administration Program.