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Selecting and supporting the chief executive, approving annual budgets, protecting shareholders’ assets, and determining the organization’s mission, vision and values are some of the key roles of a board of directors. A ... More »

The major duties of a board of directors are typically to appoint a chief executive, govern the organization by establishing objectives and policies, account to the stakeholders and ensure availability of adequate resour... More »

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Positions on a board of directors include a chairperson, vice chairperson, secretary, treasurer and board members. Specific titles and number of positions vary based on the size and needs of the organization. All members... More »

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The major duties of a board of directors are typically to appoint a chief executive, govern the organization by establishing objectives and policies, account to the stakeholders and ensure availability of adequate resour... More »

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Some duties of a board of directors for a nonprofit organization include hiring an executive director and providing oversight to ensure the organization is fulfilling its mission. The board is also responsible for evalua... More »

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