Serving on Community and Non-Profit Boards 2021
From Anita Brown
Developing and building upon leadership skills and experiences can come from several different avenues. One can acquire them through their workplace, through professional organizations, or by serving in the community on a non-profit board. Though serving on a non-profit board is not as simple or easy as just showing up and indicating you would like to serve. There is a vetting process that goes through.
Join our non-profit board members to hear about their experiences, the benefits of serving on a community board, and the steps to take to become a leader in your community.
Our panelists include:
- Blakely Brodbeck, Hope's Door, Family Services of Westchester and Junior League of Northern Westchester Boards
- Elizabeth Thorley, Community Foundation and Ronald McDonald House of Rochester Boards
- Brielynn Bell, EPIC Board
- Patricia Tutiven, Adelante of Suffolk Co. and Cerebral Palsy of LI Boards
Facilitator: Anita DeCianni Brown, Career Devlopment Coordinator
Tuesday, October 5, 6:00-7:00pm