- — Jo Miller, GPC (@JM_Grants)Tue, Feb 18 2014 17:00:31Check In Question: If you could choose any person (famous or not) to serve on your nonprofit’s board, who would it be & why? #grantchat
- — Micki Vandeloo (@lakeviewgrants)Tue, Feb 18 2014 17:00:40#grantchat Good morning, grant chatters! 60 deg and sunny in IL today, much different than the icy roads that we had 24 hrs ago!
- — Micki Vandeloo (@lakeviewgrants)Tue, Feb 18 2014 17:03:05#grantchat My ideal board member would be George Clooney. Seems like a thinking man, and so easy on the eyes!
- — Olivia Daugherty (@RunWriteLaugh)Tue, Feb 18 2014 17:04:22A1: Being in K-12, I'd choose Salman Khan, founder of Khan Academy. He was before his time & now personalized learning is hot! #grantchat
- — Jo Miller, GPC (@JM_Grants)Tue, Feb 18 2014 17:04:25
- — Jo Miller, GPC (@JM_Grants)Tue, Feb 18 2014 17:05:36
- — Jo Miller, GPC (@JM_Grants)Tue, Feb 18 2014 17:06:22A1: Some NPO clients do not share grant efforts (beyond grant awards) with Board - I encourage grants as part of strategic plan #grantchat
- — Esther James (@estherjames)Tue, Feb 18 2014 17:06:27A1: Typically board members show "benevolent interest" -- not in-depth understanding of how grantseeking works. #grantchat
- — Esther James (@estherjames)Tue, Feb 18 2014 17:07:13A1: Our job as grants professionals is to educate board members on how grantseeking works and how board can help. #grantchat
Co-moderators Diane H Leonard @dianehleonard and Jo Miller @JM_Grants with Guest Esther James @estherjames - Topic: "Engaging Your Board in the Grant Process"
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