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Cobb Community Foundation and Georgia Center for Nonprofits Present A Fresh Look at Board Engagement

July 29, 2016

An engaged board is a powerful asset for a nonprofit. The key to unlocking that asset is ensuring that the work of the board is tied to the strategy of the organization and not simply maintaining the status quo. Join us for a conversation about activating your board’s leadership capacity in fundraising, board recruitment, and advocacy—by inspiring your most vital volunteers with vision.

Thursday, August 11, 2016 • 10 to 11:30  a.m.
Cobb Chamber of Commerce Community Room
240 Interstate North Parkway – Atlanta, Georgia  30339
Sponsored by the Cobb Community Foundation

What You’ll Learn:

  • Board Member Recruitment
  • Committee Activation
  • Board Fundraising Responsibilities
  • Board Outreach & Advocacy

This event is complimentary and exclusive for members of the Georgia Center for Nonprofits.

About the Presenter: Karin Douglas, Senior Consultant, Georgia Center for Nonprofits Karen has served the nonprofit sector for more than two decades as a frequent speaker at conferences, workshops, and in boardrooms, where she guides nonprofit executives and key volunteers as they develop vision, focus, and a compelling message that paves the way for sustainable fund development and community engagement. Most recently, Karin was the chief development officer at Communities in Schools of Georgia, a position in which she worked closely with community leaders throughout rural, suburban and urban Georgia.

Karin has held fundraising and external relations positions at Davidson College, UNC-Chapel Hill, Duke University, and Georgia Tech, in addition to the Children’s Defense Fund and American Red Cross.

To enroll:

Questions? Please contact the Georgia Center for Nonprofits at 678-916-3080 or via email at


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