Start Date: 4/25/2018 6:00 PM EST
End Date: 4/25/2018 8:00 PM EST
Venue Name: Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP
1500 K Street, NW
Presented by: Non-Profit Organizations Practice Forum
Co-Sponsored by: Community Projects Committee, Litigation Law Forum, 20+Years of Expertise, Tax & Business Law Forum, Health Law Forum, Working Parents/Lawyers at Home Committee, In-House Counsel Forum, International Law Forum, Young Lawyers Committee, and Leadership Task Force
Sadina Montani, Attorney, Vedder Price, P.C.
Sarah Morgenthau, Managing Director & Head of Washington DC Office, Nardello & Co.
Candace Smyth, Counsel & Director of Client Relationships, Tanenholz & Associates PLLC
Tamara Toles O’Laughlin, Executive Director, Maryland Environmental Health Network
Thomasina Poirot, Associate, Venable LLP
Bob Wittig, Executive Director, Catalogue for Philanthropy
Erica Hovani, Legal Counsel, the African Risk Capacity Agency
Our interactive panel will discuss nonprofit board service, including what to expect, why you might want to consider it, and how to get started! Our panel includes women attorneys with board member experience at a wide variety of organizations and a nonprofit expert who knows how important it is to find the right match between an organization and board member candidates. Both potential board members and organizations looking to recruit new board members are encouraged to attend!
Student Members $15
After April 20, 2018:
Student Members $20
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