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Workshop Training or Seminar

New Board Member Training Workshop Series

Broadway Place 1255 Broadway St NE

About this event

Has your nonprofit organization recently added new board members?
Have you recently joined a board? This popular training is designed
to clarify the responsibilities of new board members and strengthen
their abilities. This training may also be of interest to those who wish to refresh their knowledge.

Agenda and Topics
5:30 – 6:00 Registration
6:00 – 8:30 Training:
Board Member Rights and Responsibilities Under Oregon Law Explore the legal duties, rights and responsibilities of volunteer board
members in governing charitable and other nonprofit organizations.
Understanding Financial Information Learn what fiscal information you should be receiving, how to interpret it, what questions you should be asking, and how to determine if your organization is
in a secure place.

Meeting Intangibles
All boards bring together a range of views and experiences. Come learn about your role in helping your board work together effectively.

Our Instructors
Kirk Harvey
Chief Investigator, Oregon Department of Justice Kirk is the Chief Investigator for the Charitable Activities Section of the Oregon Department of Justice. He is a Certified Fraud Examiner with 32
years experience in governmental regulation and law enforcement. Prior to his appointment to Chief Investigator, Kirk served as an Investigative Auditor for the Charitable Activities Section of the Department of Justice.

Katherine DeYoung, CPA
Executive Director, Center for Nonprofit Stewardship Kathy is the founder of the Center for Nonprofit Stewardship, co-author of “A
Directors and Officers Workbook” for nonprofits and author of “How to Conduct an Internal Audit”. She has worked with nonprofit organizations for over 30 years and is a frequent presenter on nonprofit financial issues.