A nonprofit can only be as good as the people who run it. So when it comes to finding board members, choosing the right person is of the utmost importance. Because after all, to have a nonprofit succeed involves finding people who care about the mission.
With your nonprofit’s success relying on the backs of board members, it’s stressful trying to figure out who would be a good fit. Don’t sweat it. There are some easy steps that you can take to ensure that you’re getting the right people for the job. Among other aspects to consider, make sure you remember to include diversity, ask the right questions and look for a cultural fit.
Learn about the questions you should ask and more to find the right board members in the article linked below.
Recruiting and Vetting Nonprofit Board Members [Bridge Star]