Board Excellence (Wilmington)
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This Signature DANA Training highlights the best practices and important aspects of board governance universal to small and large nonprofits alike.
Topics will include:
- The role of a Fiduciary
- Six areas of Board responsibility and best practices
- Setting Vision and Planning
- Oversight and accountability
- Roles and responsibilities of board members and CEOs
- Performance & Evaluation
- Questions to prompt transformational thinking at board meetings
A trained governance consultant who will take participants through hands-on learning based on Standards for Excellence and contemporary leadership practices. Executive Directors, Chairs, and Board Members are encouraged to register.
Instructor: Sheila Bravo
Sheila joined DANA as President and CEO in August 2015. She is the former Executive Director of the Rehoboth Art League in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware. Her professional experience spans nonprofit, for-profit, and academia. She began her career in advertising, then in brand leadership positions launching new products, expanding businesses internationally, and developing strategic growth plans for brands such as Vlasic Pickles, Godiva Chocolatier, Corelle Dinnerware, Corningware Ovenware and Pyrex bakeware. She transitioned to provide strategic planning, new product and leadership consulting services to mid-size companies and nonprofit organizations in a variety of industries. Her work led her to pursue a doctorate in leadership, specializing in non-profit governance.
Bravo has a PhD in Organizational Leadership from the University of Maryland Eastern Shore, an MBA in International Business from Thunderbird School of Global Management, and a BS in Business and Languages from Millersville University.