Webinar: Start-up Board Development and Function
Facilitated by Geetha Sant - Director, Entreprenuership and Intellectual Property Clinic,
Washington University School of Law
Social Enterprise Resource Bank - April 4, 2017
In this webinar, former NBA counsel Geetha Sant shares the fundamentals of building and preparing a nonprofit board for service. Ministries might want to invite key board leaders to watch this rich workshop aimed at creating the best board for your mission.
Geetha Rao Sant is a Lecturer in Law and Co-Director of the Entrepreneurship and Intellectual Property Clinic for the Washington University School of Law, overseeing the Business Organizations aspect of the Clinic. Sant is a former adjunct professor for the Master’s Program in Nonprofit Business Management at Washington University’s University College, where she has taught Legal Issues Impacting Nonprofits. She has also served in the past as NBA’s legal counsel. With more than 22 years’ experience in corporate law practice focusing on for-profit and nonprofit organizations, Sant has lectured extensively on various aspects of corporate governance. Her expertise includes board of director governance training, effective use of volunteers, board member relations and responsibilities, employee volunteer programs, strategic planning, compensation standards and audit overview.
The NBA incubates new ministries, supporting social entrepreneurs of faith who are serving their communities in a variety of innovative ways and empowering these Disciples-led health and social service projects to focus on growth, impact, and sustainability. Learn more at nbacares.org/incubate or by contacting Larry J. Morris III, Program Associate of the NBA Incubate Initiative, at email@example.com.