610 S Airport Rd
St George, UT 84770
Presented By: Rebecca Glathar
Dates: Feb. 9, 2017; Feb. 23, 2017; May 18, 2017
Time: Feb. 9 & 23 – 9:00 am – 3:00 pm; May 18 – 9:00 am – 1:00 pm
Cost: $150 for UNA Member Organizations /$300 for Non-Member organizations (Registration is PER organization, not per individual)
Location: Dixie Applied Technology College (DXATC)
Emergency Response Training Center (Old Airport)
610 Airport Road, St. George, UT 84770
This is a 3 part training course. The first two classes will educate based on the evidence list and the last class (workshop) will be a time to have your organization work on the materials.
*You may bring as many people as you’d like to attend. We encourage board members & Executive Directors to attend together.
About the training class:
Nonprofit boards govern by providing high-level vision and leadership to ensure sound stewardship of organizational assets and resources.
This badge will give you the knowledge and tools to take your board governance to the next level. Through discussion format, this topic will reveal how to:
- Create and support an active, engaged board
- Orient and provide ongoing training to board members on their roles and responsibilities
- Use your board to build public understanding and trust
- Ensure your bylaws and policies and procedures align with and inform how your organization’s work is done
- Provide financial oversight and monitoring to the organization
- Set organizational goals and assess performance
- Successfully build a partnership between the board and the CEO (as applicable)
For more information on the Nonprofit Organizational Credential program, click here.
Facilitated by Rebecca Glathar:
Rebecca Glathar has a bachelor’s degree in International Development from Brigham Young University and a master’s degree in European Politics from the University of Birmingham in the United Kingdom. She has worked in the nonprofit field for the past 10 years, serving in positions from volunteer coordinator to Executive Director of various nonprofit organizations, including United Way of Utah County and the National Alliance on Mental Illness-Utah. Rebecca has also served on multiple local, state and national boards and advisory councils. Her primary experiences in nonprofit work have been in health and mental health care and education fields. In addition to her work experience with nonprofits, Rebecca has volunteered with many local nonprofit organizations, including with the English Skills Learning Center, Polizzi Clinic, Disability Law Center and Utah Council for Citizen Diplomacy.