Charities are a mainstay of civil society in the UK and deliver a huge range of services in areas including health, the arts, education and social justice. This diversity means there is an enormous range of board roles available with an estimated 30% of charities having an unfilled trustee position at any time. Have you ever thought about being a trustee?
Women on Boards are hosting a Charity Sector Boardroom Conversation on 4th March to raise awareness of the wide range of board roles available in this sector, to discuss the skills and experience needed on different types of boards and to provide advice on finding a role that is right for you. Speakers include:
• Anne Baldock, Trustee, Cancer Research UK
• Claire Horton, CEO, Battersea Dogs & Cats Home
• Juliet Taylor, Partner and Head of Not for Profit Recruitment, Gatenby Sanderson
Our speakers will bring huge breadth and depth of experience of the sectors and their stories will inspire you to find your own niche as a Non Executive Director (NED) or Trustee.
Date: 4th March 2015
Time: 6pm – 8pm
Price: £30 WOB Subscriber, £50 Non-Subscriber
Refreshments: Wine and light snacks
Location: Berwin Leighton Paisner, Adelaide House, London, EC4R 9HA
With such a range and vast number of opportunities available within the Charity Sector, we do hope you will take advantage of this fabulous event and register via the following link