CORE Board Directions_Lewis_10.13.11


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CORE Board Directions_Lewis_10.13.11

  1. 1. Fall Meeting October 13-14 2011<br />
  2. 2. Windows of Opportunity for Health and Well-Being<br />Meeting Objectives<br />Generate technical dialogue that furthers the field of Community Health<br />Strengthen partnerships among participants to advance collaborative Community Health efforts<br />Develop next steps to implement CORE Working Groups FY12Workplans, and provide technical updates<br />
  3. 3. Board of Directors2011Objectives<br />
  4. 4. SP1.  Focused and Strengthened Programs<br />Develop concept framework on community health systems <br />Draft paper October TODAY!<br />Develop plan for Practitioner’s Academy of Community Health<br />Ongoing<br />Meet targets of MCHIP and TOPS programs and other donors<br />Ongoing, successful support of TOPS, FSN meeting<br />
  5. 5. SP2.  Higher Organizational Profile Increased Member/Partner Engagement<br />Increase web use through social media tools and frequent updating of web content <br />17,000 visits/quarter; 6300 unique visitors<br />Launch new associate organization and individual category <br />6 organizations and 14 individuals<br />Increase membership base to 58 organizations<br /> 57 after Spring Meeting<br />Develop plan to increase engagement with UN Organizations<br />
  6. 6. SP3. Increased and Diversified Funding Base<br />Pursue1 new USG funding opportunity <br />Ongoing<br />Renew MCHIP funding<br />Ongoing<br />Implement follow up fundraising actions with at least 3 foundations <br />First foundation grant – Crown Family Foundation<br />Maintain income for reserve fund<br />Increased by $60,000<br />
  7. 7. SP4. Enhanced Capacity to Achieve Organizational Goals<br />Develop and implement plan for Board development and governance<br />Board Retreats Fall and Spring Meeting<br />Governance Committee<br />Board Policy Manual Development<br />Develop plan to further develop working group leadership<br />Monthly phone conferences<br />Keep contingency plan up to date<br />
  8. 8. 2011 accomplishments and changes <br />
  9. 9. Spring Board Retreat<br />Developed Board Policy Manual<br />“living” document to be reviewed and revised as necessary<br />Creation of Board Committee Structure<br />New membership fee structure<br />
  10. 10. Board Standing Committees<br />Governance and Nominations<br />Chair: Mary Hennigan<br />Members: Diana DuBois, Jaime Carrillo, Lisa Bowen<br />Programs and Resource Development<br />Chair: Areana Quinones<br />Members: Marilyn Patton, Ben Schwartz, Emmanuel d’Harcourt<br />Finance and Audit <br />Chair: Jed Hoffman<br />Members: Paige Harrigan, George Gates,* Phil Perlah*<br />Executive Committee<br />Chair: Judy Lewis<br />Members: Demet Gural, Jed Hoffman, Diana DuBois<br />
  11. 11. Membership and Associates<br />Why change?<br />Greater financial stability/CORE sustainability<br />Equity for smaller organizations<br />Align costs with services and products<br />New categories<br />Associate Organizations<br />Associate Individual<br />New annual fee structure based on organizational operating revenues for international programs<br />Range from $400 to $3,000<br />Individuals $200<br />
  12. 12. Working Groups<br />Critical part of CORE—where all the action happens<br />Meeting with each other every month <br />Regular WG meetings, technical resources<br />Sessions at Spring and Fall Meetings<br />WG membership is open to anyone—WG Chairs asked that proposal to limit WGs to CORE members and associates be deferred<br />Board voted for WGs to be open in the coming year <br />
  13. 13. Election Process<br />Option in Bylaws to present a slate of candidates<br />Best practice in non-profit governance<br />Nominating committee of 5 members, including Chair or Vice-Chair, and one organizational member not represented on the board<br />Slate selected based on skills and experience<br />Criteria explicit and transparent<br />Up to 25% of board can be people outside CORE member organizations, selected for specific expertise<br />
  14. 14. Windows of Opportunity for Health and Well-Being<br />Don’t forget to vote for Project CURE membership—58 organizations<br />Leave your suggestions for the Board on the cards <br />Get to know at least one board member, WG chair, and first time participant<br />Learn, discuss, create and Enjoy!<br />