Berkeley Board Fellows info session 2010 09 06


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Berkeley Board Fellows info session 2010 09 06

  1. 1. Governance for Social Impact
  2. 2. Board Fellows Leadership The Center prepares next-generation leaders to – found, lead, manage and govern in the social sector – creatively innovate and collaborate across sectors – and create winning solutions that produce social impact  Jenni Tonti, MBA ‘12, and Belinda Lyons-Newman, EWMBA 2013, VPs of Partnership, Net Impact Nora Silver, Director and Adjunct Professor and Andrik Cardenas, Director of Operations
  3. 3. Impact  More than 70 Haas MBAs, Goldman MPP, MPH, PhD and Boalt students matched with local nonprofit boards  Work at the highest level of an organization with dynamic and experienced board members  Gain an understanding of the intersection of the business and nonprofit sector  Learn to lead in any organization  Attain valuable governance skills  Make an impact on your local community
  4. 4. Key Program Components
  5. 5. New Project Tracks and Resources  Fellows will be paired whenever possible  2 Fellows will deliver 1 project  Offer peer support and knowledge  Fellows will be put into one of 4 tracks based on the project  Marketing  Finance  Strategy  Governance  Each track will be provided with specific resources for that topic (articles, frameworks, etc.)  Fellows will be given access to online, subscription-based resources
  6. 6. Program Year Kick‐off  Midyear  On‐going  Final  event &  Fellows  Check‐ins  Project  training Training  (Jan‐May) Due (May) (Oct 20) (Feb 2) Attendance at board meetings  October 20th Kick-off (3pm-5pm, Wells Fargo Room)  Nonprofit Boards Course: MBA 292B-11: Saturday, 10/22 & 11/5; 9AM-5PM  Mandatory Midterm Training February 2nd (3-5pm, WFR)  Monthly email check-ins and resources
  7. 7. Industries and Organizations 2011-12 Arts/culture, Children/youth, Health, Education, Economic development and microfinance, Environment Philanthropy, Social Services, WomenAlameda County Foster Youth Alliance Freight & Salvage San Francisco Adult Day ServicesAsante Africa Foundation Hemophilia Fdn of No. California NetworkAshkenaz Huckleberry Youth Programs SEEDS Community Resolution CenterAspire Education Project Jewish Cmnty Center of the East Bay Society of St. Vincent de Paul ofBAHIA, Inc. Juma Ventures Alameda CountyBay Area Urban Debate League Larkin Street Youth Services South of Market Child CareBerkeley Public Education Foundation Leadership High School Stern Grove Festival AssociationBerkeley Symphony LifeLong Medical Care Sweetwater SpectrumBerkeley Youth Living with Disabilities Lindsay Wildlife Museum Tenderloin NeighborhoodBuchanan YMCA - San Francisco Literary Arts Guild Development CorporationCalifornia Poets in the Schools Loved Twice The Future Leaders InstituteChildrens Council of San Francisco Mira Scholars Foundation ToolworksCOLAGE New Sector Alliance Vietnamese Youth Development CenterContra Costa Crisis Center No Worries Now Walk Oakland Bike OaklandCVE, Inc. Planned Parenthood Shasta Pacific YMCA of San FranciscoDestiny Arts Center PlayworksEarthTeam Rhythmix Cultural WorksEasy Does It Emergency Services Richmond District YMCAEMERGENCY USA - Life Support for Root DivisionCivilian Victims of War and Poverty Rubicon Programs Inc.
  8. 8. Past Projects This was a tremendously  MARKETING valuable experience for  • Brand audit  our board. Our Fellow  • Market research  provided much needed  • Analysis of the  FINANCE research and analysis of  organization’s  • Financial analysis of  our situation to jumpstart  value to clients underperforming programs us and helped to move us  • Financial sustainability model to  in the right direction. We  OTHER determine fundraising needs really benefitted from an  • Program evaluation  • Financial reporting development  outside expert. • Implementation plan for an  alumni association — Seewan Eng • New online fundraising tool Former Board Chair STRATEGY Leadership High School • Progress reporting tools to  • Strategic plan for leveraging social        inform the board on a major  networking technology organizational overhaul • Feasibility study of a new service • Development plan for recruiting next  generation board members
  9. 9. Application Process • Friday, September 16th Applications due by 5:00 pm! • Friday, September 23rd Notification about placement on board. • Friday, September 30th Matches finalized • To apply: – fill out application at: AND – email resume to
  10. 10. Panel • Jenni Tonti – Children’s Council of San Francisco • Jon Katz – The Stride Center • Caroline Mock – Girls Inc. of the Island City
  11. 11. Center for Nonprofit and PublicLeadership Apply Today