Wayne State collaborates with Aly Sterling philanthropy to train non-profit board members

The Wayne State University Mike Ilitch School of Business and Toledo-based full-service consulting firm Aly Sterling Philanthropy have partnered to offer a unique program to train nonprofit board members. The Board Member Accelerator Series (BMA) takes a community-wide approach to board training by connecting people from various industries and a range of experience and interests. BMA will be hosted Nov. 10-11 at WSU’s Prentis Building. Participation in this two-session workshop will cover: The board member’s purpose, roles and responsibilities; signs of a healthy board and organization; basic training on governance best practices; and, how to align your interest and skills with the right nonprofit. 

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