Participation in the April 6th face-to-face workshop and the May 11th webinar is mandatory in order to receive your certificate of completion in the Building Relationships Through Communications Series.
You will receive the link to the webinar one day in advance. If you have trouble connecting to the webinar, please contact Kim Frohnappel at 803-254-0230, Ext. 17 or email@example.com.
The first of the webinars will help assure that the board has the structure and foundation necessary to move forward to become a truly exceptional Board of Directors.
- Intentional Board Structure. An exceptional board will built a structure and board practices that assure they are able to fulfill their governance duties and support agency priorities.
- Continuous Learning. In order to assure value to the organization, an exceptional board will embrace principles of a continuous learning organization, evaluating their performance and making modifications and adjustments along the way.
- Rejuvenation. In order to continue to be an exceptional board, planned turnover, thoughtful recruitment, and inclusiveness are a priority.
Colleen Campbell Bozard is president and owner of ccbozard consulting, a firm that specializes in assisting non-profit, community and government organizations with board governance, organizational development, strategic planning, and interim leadership. She has almost 30 years of experience in the nonprofit arena as an Executive Director, board member and consultant, which combined offer a unique perspective.
Colleen is the only BoardSource Certified Governance Trainer in South Carolina. She has written a wide range of training curricula, and facilitated training sessions for a variety of audiences, including non-profit staff, Board members, community groups, governmental leaders, and corporate employees. Colleen regularly facilitates strategic planning sessions, staff retreats and group meetings. She has served as Interim Executive Director for numerous non-profits and has assisted many others in conducting a search for new leadership.
Colleen is a Masters level graduate from Long Island University in Community Mental Health and a graduate of Leadership Columbia. She served on the South Carolina Association of Nonprofit Organization’s Blue Ribbon Task For Preserving the Public Trust, helping to develop all three editions of the Guiding Principles and Best Practices to help build capacity of nonprofits throughout South Carolina. In addition to her consulting business, Colleen provides leadership through a variety of volunteer activities.