Date(s) - April 3, 2024
10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Fee: $450 with discount code (for up to 10 attendees)
Register at: https://okcnp.org/events/EventDetails.aspx?id=1744024&group
Common Good Vermont is delighted to announce Oklahoma Center for Nonprofits’ virtual event. Please contact [email protected] with any questions.
This day-long board summit provides nonprofit boards and their Executive Director/ CEOs a collaborative atmosphere to gain insight about board development, governance, and fundraising in an intensive setting. Participants will learn insider-tips for board best practices, oversight and management, recruitment, fund raising, and strategic planning. Your organization will receive optimal results with multiple board members in attendance.
– 10 Best Practices for Better Board Performance
– The Board Chair/CEO Partnership
– Board Recruitment
– Board’s Role in Fundraising
Resources You’ll Receive:
- Best Practices for Sitting on a Board
- Board Orientation Document Templates
- Recruitment Tools
- Board and Committee Structure Outlines
- Sample Policies
- And So Much More!!!
Registration Instruction: Use the code OKCNP23 to register at the discounted rate.
About the Presenter: Lauri Monetti
Lauri Monetti joined The Center in June 2022 as the Senior Director of Consulting. She has a passion for making a difference and strongly believes in the impact connections and networking have in making our communities stronger.
Lauri brings decades of experience in nonprofit, government and higher education. Most recently, she served as the Director of Alumni Relations for the University of Central Oklahoma (UCO). Lauri has expertise in communications, fundraising, training, public speaking and board governance, having served organizations such WovenLife, Oklahoma Department of Human Services, City Arts Center (a.k.a. Oklahoma Contemporary) and the American Red Cross. She also previously served as an adjunct professor at UCO and as the assistant director and interim director for UCO Career Services.
Lauri is a graduate of Oklahoma City University where she holds a B.S. in Music Business and of the University of Central Oklahoma where she received a M.Ed. in Adult Education.
Lauri is a native of Oklahoma City. Currently, she resides in Edmond with her husband, Scott, and their two children, Daniel and Giana, along with rescue dogs Mama, Mo and Netti, as well as an aquarium full of fish. In her spare time, she enjoys cooking, spending time with her family and exploring the east coast where her husband is originally from.