OUR SPEAKER: CAROL CANTWELL
Carol is Chief Fun Officer at Fun With Financials, consulting with nonprofit organizations as well as foundations to help build financial health & literacy in the social justice sector. Her nonprofit experience includes over a decade in various financial roles, from Office Manager to Chief Financial Officer to Co-Executive Director. Carol holds a degree in economics from San Francisco State University and has many years of board service. Carol will be speaking about the board's role in financial oversight.
SPECIAL EVENT INFORMATION
Please plan to arrive at 5:30 for drinks and conversation (included in the $50 ticket price).
We're considering changing some of the group's format and structure and want to know what YOU want out of Women on Board.
We will have a card for Leyna Bernstein (our founder, who has moved north) and would love for you to add a short message, to thank Leyna for bringing women board chairs together.
GENERAL GROUP INFORMATION
Women on Board is a peer learning group for women board leaders in the Bay Area. The group meets quarterly for dinner, networking and discussions led by experts in the field of nonprofit governance. Members also have access to a GoogleGroup with articles, samples and tools related to all aspects of nonprofit governance.
By invitation only, the group is designed to help women who serve on nonprofit boards hone their board leadership skills through peer learning and intimate conversations with governance and leadership experts. Purposefully kept small and interactive, Women on Board gatherings allow members to network, share insights and deepen their expertise in a community of peers.
Our members include current and past leaders from: Children’s Creativity Museum; Children’s Fairyland; Contemporary Jewish Museum; Coro Center for Civic Leadership; Emerge, CA; Greenpeace Inc; League of Women Voters of California; Opportunity Junction; Planned Parenthood Northern CA; Richmond Community Foundation; San Francisco Bicycle Coalition; TechBridge Girls; United Way of the Bay Area.