As we move into the next phase of the crisis, open and productive board discussions are vital now more than ever. Challenges of the magnitude we are currently facing should not be left to the CEO and organization to face alone but require active collaboration by the board to support strategic decision-making and the implementation of difficult steps that may be necessary until some sense of certainty is reestablished.
We will be joined by Angela White, CEO and Senior Consultant at JGA Associates along with Andy Davis, Associate Vice President of Membership Education and Outreach, Boardsource to discuss -
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Angela is the CEO at Johnson Grossnickle Associations, and has been instrumental in JGA's success since 1996. Angela has a high level of expertise in philanthropic consulting in healthcare, education, social services, arts, and faith-based organizations.
Angela currently serves on the Committee on Directorship for CFRE International. She has previously served as the Conference Co-Chair for CASE District 5, the Vice President for Membership for the Indiana Chapter of the Association of Fundraising Professionals, and as the Chair of the Indiana Achievement Awards. In 2012, Angela was recognized as a Women of Influence honoree by the Indianapolis Business Journal for her extensive work with Indianapolis-area nonprofits and her efforts to advance the understanding of women’s philanthropy.
As BoardSource’s associate vice president of member education and outreach, Andy Davis leads a team that is responsible for developing all of BoardSource’s educational content, including member education content and programming, training programs, publications, and session-level programming at the BoardSource Leadership Forum. He is a regular speaker and presenter on a wide range of board leadership topics and issues, and played a lead role in the development of BoardSource’s Measuring Fundraising Effectiveness Framework.
Prior to joining BoardSource more than a decade ago, Andy served as a professional development coordinator for Quality Enhancement for Non-Profit Organizations (QENO) in Wilmington, North Carolina. He holds a master’s degree in public administration with a concentration in nonprofit management from the University of North Carolina at Wilmington. Andy served as the chair of the national advisory council of AmeriCorps Alums and is a charter member of the selection committee for the Center for Nonprofit Advancement’s Board Leadership Awards.