Becoming a Board Leader

Not all nonprofits have paid staff, but all nonprofit organizations rely on passionate, dedicated board members to carry out their missions. In addition to the basic fiduciary duties of board service, we’ll provide some examples of how board members can make a greater impact. Key ideas include developing a strong working relationship between the Executive Director and board members, asking questions and engaging in meetings, and serving as a proactive ambassador outside of the boardroom. The goal of this workshop is to help board members become leaders and advocates for their organizations, regardless of whether or not they serve on an executive committee. This workshop will be led by SCCF board member and local pastor, Craig Burkholder.

Current and potential board members who are interested in taking their board commitment to the next level are invited to attend. We also encourage nonprofit executive directors to attend.


You have two options to participate – a lunch gathering from 12:00-1:30 pm and an evening gathering from 6:00-7:30 pm. You are welcome to join whichever session fits your schedule best. Light refreshments will be available at both. 

*Be sure to select the correct session below in your RSVP ticket*
At the SCCF Community Room
1701 N Wayne St, Angola, IN 46703
Please RSVP so we can be sure to have enough refreshments available

Questions? Contact us at 260-665-6656 or by email.


May 05 2022


All Day


Steuben County Community Foundation Office
1701 N Wayne St, Angola, IN 46703
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