Nonprofit Insider: Choosing a Board for Your Nonprofit

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4.  Board members must be willing to educate and be educated.  Boards must offer constant educational opportunities to inform members on their roles and responsibilities.  Each year, the board should revisit their by-laws, mission, and measure its progress.  With the changes instated by the IRS, it is important that board members are given an orientation on ethics, governance issues, and their involvement, says Booker-Drew.

4. Board members must be willing to educate and be educated. Boards must…