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Release Date: 01.12.2018 | Location: All Metro Atlanta | Organization: The Atlanta Women's Foundation

Last Week to Register for Women on Board Nonprofit Board Training

Hosted by The Atlanta Women’s Foundation and Troutman Sanders LLP

Are you interested in joining a nonprofit board or learning to be a more effective board member? Join The Atlanta Women’s Foundation for a session of Women on Board, a women’s leadership development program focused on developing skills of current and potential board leaders. The Women on Board program offers a series of trainings and connects women with local organizations seeking talented and trained board members. To date, Women on Board has trained over 3,000 women in nonprofit board management and connected hundreds of these women with boards throughout metro Atlanta.

Level One: Introduction to Nonprofit Boards
The workshop will provide an introduction to the basics of nonprofit board governance, roles and responsibilities of board members, and how to find a board that is right for you. The Level One fee is $150.

Date: Friday, January 19, 2018
Time: 8:30 AM – 3:00 PM
Location: Troutman Sanders LLP, 600 Peachtree St., Atlanta
Cost: $150.00
Breakfast and Lunch will be provided.

Deadline to register for Level One is Sunday, January 14. Click here to register.

About AWF 
The Atlanta Women’s Foundation’s mission is to be a catalyst for change in the lives of women and girls and to end generational poverty.  The Foundation has invested $15 million in Atlanta area nonprofit organizations that have successfully moved women and girls from poverty to economic self-sufficiency.  In addition to local grantmaking, AWF produces programs, builds awareness and supports public policy in order to leverage community resources to break the cycle of generational poverty.   

The Atlanta Women’s Foundation: Breaking Cycles. Building Women.

For more information, please visit www.atlantawomen.org.

Contact Info

Contact Name: Kate Balzer

Company: The Atlanta Women's Foundation

Phone: (404) 577-5000

E-mail: kbalzer@atlantawomen.org