Deborah K. Holmes

By BoardLeadershipStudy|January 9, 2018|Boardroom Views|0 comments

Interview with Deborah K. Holmes, Americas Director, Corporate Responsibility, EY Board Member: Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship Executive Forum Choosing the right board: What are the three most important considerations? A seat on a non-profit board is an honor, and in addition to its rewards, it has a number of important responsibilities. You’ll need to determine if you have the right combination of time, skills, and resources to make

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Sarah Middleton

Sarah Middleton

By BoardLeadershipStudy|January 1, 2018|Boardroom Views|0 comments

Interview with Sarah Middleton, Senior Vice President, Global Corporate Citizenship at PIMCO; Executive Director, PIMCO Foundation Board Member: Sisters of St. Joseph Healthcare Foundation Choosing the right board: What are the three most important considerations? When choosing a nonprofit board, the first most important consideration is passion for the mission. Does the mission resonate with you? Can you go “all in” for this organization? The second consideration is cultural fit.

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Raju Narisetti

Raju Narisetti

By BoardLeadershipStudy|January 1, 2018|Boardroom Views|0 comments

Interview with Raju Narisetti, CEO, Gizmodo Media Group LLC of Fusion Media Group; Board Member: Institute of International Education Vice Chair: International Center for Journalists (ICFJ) Board Member: Wikimedia Foundation Choosing the right board: What are the three most important considerations? Believing in the mission of the nonprofit is the bottom-line. Willing to make the time and effort is vital and having something unique to contribute to the board is

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