Join Sabrina Walker Hernandez for this 45-minute nonprofit webinar recording where she will show you how to conduct board recruitment in 3 easy steps.
With the advent of board term limits, one thing is for sure, the nonprofit board generally completely turns over about every four to six years. Keeping this in mind, both board members and executive leadership need to be on the lookout for potential directors who are competent to tackle the sometimes-unpredictable challenges of the future.
Just as unexpected crises, like Covid-19, will confound the new president-elect and other board members, those who occupy the nonprofit boardroom must be well equipped to deal with the inevitable issues that will arise.
If your current recruitment process involves having past directors take off their obligatory year between terms then coming back on to the board. Or you place friends or relatives on your board because it’s convenient. I encourage you to look at your board recruitment process.
Board recruitment should be strategic in nature and when done correctly you will get the right people to say yes.
At the end of this 45-minute webinar recording, you will have the knowledge and tools to implement a board recruitment process for your nonprofit.
Sabrina Walker Hernandez has over 25 years of nonprofit experience in nonprofit management, fundraising, and leadership. She understands what it’s like to work in a small organization and to wear multiple hats.
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About Your Topic Expert:
Sabrina is specifically qualified to teach this webinar because:
Sabrina Walker Hernandez is the President and CEO of Supporting World Hope, a nonprofit consultancy focused on helping small nonprofits Board and Staff build relationships that convert into more donations.
Sabrina increased her operation revenue from $750K to $2.5M over an 8-year period, completed a $12M comprehensive capital campaign, established a $500K endowment and had a 180-day operating reserve in the 3rd poorest county in the United States.
Sabrina is certified in Nonprofit Management by Harvard Business School and is a certified Master training by Boys & Girls Clubs of America.
She is an active community leader and volunteer in Edinburg, Texas where she is based.
What Attendees Said about This Nonprofit Webinar for Nonprofit Professionals:
“The information gleaned from 'How to Conduct Board Recruitment' with Sabrina Walker Hernandez will be an amazing asset to our nonprofit. Plenty of useful, pertinent, and easily applicable steps that can be utilized immediately. I just finished this webinar and I'm already working on my to-do's in tackling board recruitment!”
Christine Bradley, Kids R First
“The speaker was incredibly knowledgeable and extremely enthusiastic about the topic. She was on point and provided great examples for everything she taught; I would love to participate in more of her webinars.
Andrea Abramowitz, Kayla Cares 4 Kids
“Mine is a small, all-volunteer non-profit. More than 90% of what was presented was applicable to my organization as well as to larger, fully staffed organizations. Sabrina was a fountain of clear, concise information and enthusiasm!”
Jane Gunther, cureCADASIL
“I have been the E.D. for this nonprofit for 13 years and have gone through MANY forms of boards. Your insights are extremely useful and things I can apply today. I am just getting to the point that board members realize they too have a piece of this, not just a seat. It is a work in progress and we are not there even today but this is great information to move things forward. Thank you for your time.”
Eddie Ezelle, MatSu Food Bank
“Loved the opportunity to hear from an expert and it was under an hour! Quick, to the point and full of interesting nuggets of knowledge. “
Nelson Hans, Monument Healt
“This was one of the best introductions to board recruitment I've heard. Sabrina provided a clear, actionable plan and examples of what has and has not worked in her own experience.”
Tamara Fox, ChesPenn
“Very detailed and specific information on build your BoD. I appreciate the quality and time.”
Shakira Idlett, Always Believing Foundation.
“Organized, action-oriented advice - Combines big ideas with defined steps to take to achieve the goal of building a great board.”
“The information encapsulated was easy to follow and also packed with useful ideas and terminology. It let me think about conducting and recruiting the Board with options I did not consider before.”
Tanya Telson, Three Girls Theatre Company
“This webinar helped provide the questions I was missing in our board member interview process. “
Jackalene Antunes, Wally's House
“As a newcomer to the nonprofit world, this has helped me realize that the private sector is very different. Also learned to treat the board as a strategic power group”
Francisco Tollinche, GiGi's Playhouse.
“Lots of good, practical information that can be used right away.”
Burton Hering, Executive Service Corps of Houston
“Very informative. Looking forward to putting these tips and tools into action.”
Tamara Brown, The Parkinson's Foundation
“Concise specific and actionable points, with helpful examples. Straightforward advice.”
Dan Powers, CO-LABS
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