2018 Summer Gulf Coast Board Institute Graduates

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Twenty volunteer board members with nonprofit organizations across the Gulf Coast region have completed the Summer 2018 Gulf Coast Board Institute. The participants took part in four full-day, interactive educational experiences that covered key nonprofit board governance topics and issues. The class completed its final session and celebrated its graduation on Friday, August 3. Gulf Coast Board Institute provides high-level board-governance training for new and veteran nonprofit board members. The Board Institute was created and is funded by Gulf Coast Community Foundation as part of its focus on building a vital nonprofit community with the capacity to respond to emerging issues. All training and resources are provided at no cost to participants in exchange for their commitment to advocate for good board governance within current and future board service roles. Summer 2018 graduates include Cathy Bryant of Action Together Suncoast, Francine Goldberg of ALSO Youth, Laurie Huebner of Loveland Village, Debra Jones of NAMI Sarasota County, Lisl Liang of Education Foundation of Sarasota County and the Greater Sarasota Chamber of Commerce and Alicia King Robinson of Rotary Futures College Resource Center and the Venice Symphony. Gulf Coast will offer the next session of its Board Institute in October. Applications for the Fall 2018 Board Institute are now available on the foundation’s website.

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