The Nelson Marlborough branch of the Institute of Directors warmly invites you to attend the following networking function in Nelson as follows:
Event: Evening Function – A Panel Discussion on Not-For-Profit Governance
Date: Thursday 25 June 2015
Time: 5.30pm – 7.30pm
Venue: Trailways, 66 Trafalgar Street, Nelson
Topic: The Pitfalls, Challenges and Satisfaction of Not-For-Profit Governance
Not-for-profit organisations often have an allure around them. Working for them can be very rewarding but the intention of ‘doing good’ can be sometimes be bittersweet when funds run out, volunteers cause issues, and branch versus head office politics become problematic. Join us for a panel discussion on the pitfalls, challenges and satisfaction of not-for-profit governance.
Our panellists will each share their experiences with working for not-for-profits, including the key lessons that they have learnt along the way. This will be an interactive session with plenty of opportunity for members of the audience to ask questions and discuss topics of interest.
Our panellists are all experienced professionals with hands-on experience of working with not-for profit organisations. Simon Danson is an Associate Principal at Crowe Horwath and has over 20 years accounting experience working with a range of not-for-profits and SME’s. Paul Steere is a highly respected and experienced director whose current roles include being a director of New Zealand King Salmon and Kaynemaile Limited; Chair of Allan Scott Family Winemakers, Nelson Airport and ASX listed Clean Seas Tuna; and trustee of the NZ Red Cross Foundation. Sarah-Jane Weir is an experienced lawyer and professional director. Her directorship roles include Nelmac and Network Tasman; she is Chair of Fresh FM Nelson and a trustee of the Canterbury Community Trust.
For more information, or to register, please go to: https://www.iod.org.nz/Branches-and-events/Branch-event/ProductId/3060