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LPV Governance Committee

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LEADERSHIP PIONEER VALLEY INC

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The Governance Committee is a standing committee of the Board of Directors that will work to ensure the efficient and effective work of the Board. The governance committee ensures the constant health and effectiveness of the full board and the work it performs for the organization. It also oversees the nominating process for officers and potential new board members.

Scope:

  • Board Member Nominations
  • Annual Board Evaluation and Demographic Survey
  • LPV Board and Committee Succession Planning

Areas of Expertise Needed:

  • Legal
  • Governance
  • Strategic Planning

More opportunities with LEADERSHIP PIONEER VALLEY INC

No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.

About LEADERSHIP PIONEER VALLEY INC

Location:

1391 MAIN STREET 9TH FLOOR, SPRINGFIELD, MA 01103, US

Mission Statement

Leadership Pioneer Valley works to identify, develop, and connect diverse leaders to strengthen our region.

Description

Our region’s future depends on good leadership. LPV is empowering leaders with the tools and
connections they need to move us forward. As the only leadership program in the Pioneer
Valley, Leadership Pioneer Valley fulfills a need to develop lasting diverse connections, build
critical thinking, creativity, and collaboration across sectors.

At LPV’s founding ten years ago, the LEAP Program was the only program component for the organization. At LPV’s start, more than a quarter of the Pioneer Valley population was facing retirement within 10 years. These individuals also held over 39% of organizational leadership positions in their organizations and carried a tremendous amount of institutional knowledge. Community and business leaders recognized the critical need to develop talent who would be committed to leading the revitalization of our local economy and strengthening our communities. LEAP helps to address this issue by bringing classes of 30-40 people together over nine-months to learn about the challenges and successes of the region while visiting businesses and organizations. In addition, LEAP participants work together in small groups with partnering nonprofits to deliver projects that support their work. LPV has added additional programs like Leaders OnBoard, alumni programming, Leadership 2.0 trainings, and webinars to meet additional needs over the years.

Board Development
Community
Employment

WHEN

We'll work with your schedule.

WHERE

This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.

SKILLS

  • Strategic Planning
  • Capacity Planning
  • Legal (General)
  • Professional Development
  • People Skills
  • Relationship Building

GOOD FOR

N/A

REQUIREMENTS

  • Orientation or Training
  • Committee meets monthly for 1 hour. Some additional tasks between meetings (1-2 hours).

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