The Association for Animal Welfare Advancement Learning Center
Breaking Down Barriers: Achieving Real Board Diversity and Inclusion
Recorded On: 02/04/2020
What’s holding your board back from achieving real diversity and inclusion? You’ve made the business case for diversity and your board understands its value. Yet your board continues to struggle to achieve meaningful and lasting diversity and inclusion. Whether you face challenges with recruiting the right talent, heightening their engagement, and/ or retaining and preparing diverse candidates for leadership roles, you know that you need to do something different to reach your diversity goals.
We will discuss some of the structural, cultural, and emotional barriers that exist on nonprofit boards when it comes to building greater diversity among members. We will walk through the steps to break through these barriers along three dimensions for sustainable board diversity and inclusion through the highlighted examples.
The original version of this session was recorded during the Fall Conference for Animal Welfare 2019. You might be interested in the The Association Conference Highlights Package: Fall 2019 which includes this recording plus four videos filmed live at the Fall Conference 2019.
This recording is also part of the free Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Training Package.
This webinar recording has been pre-approved for 1 Certified Animal Welfare Administrator continuing education credit. Please note that this session is NOT approved for Texas DSHS CEs.
Rena Henderson Mason
President, Bold Agenda
Rena Henderson Mason, Chief Engagement Officer of Bold Agenda, a nonprofit consulting practice focused on coaching and training leaders, strategic planning, and board development. Rena has an MBA from Harvard Business School and Bachelor’s in Finance/International Management from Georgetown University. She is an ICF Certified coach and BoardSource Certified Governance Trainer.