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Governance
May 27, 2021 |

Tags: administration, coronavirus, financial disruptions, higher education, strategic partnerships

The Attorney General can be an ally in transformations. Honestly!

TPF Webinar (June 18, 2-3:30 ET)
Please join us to explore how the Attorney General can be an ally in tranformation. Transformational transactions (e.g. mergers, selling assets, joint ventures, discontinuing certain programs, strategic program realignment, etc.) raise complex issues and can face fierce resistance from stakeholders inside and outside the board room. However, the state Attorney General’s office (AGO) can be a strong ally when institutions of higher education take bold action in the best interest of their mission. In this webinar presented by the Transformational Partnerships Fund, Jonathan Green (MA Assistant Attorney General Non-Profit Organizations/Public Charities Division) and Jim Sheehan (NY State Attorney General Charities Bureau Chief) will examine the current higher education landscape; President Margaret Drugovich (Hartwick College) and President Laura Sparks (The Cooper Union) will discuss how their institutions have engaged with the AGO as a partner in transformation; and Anne Wallestad (CEO of BoardSource) will suggest principles of purpose-driven board leadership that apply to all nonprofits. The webinar is presented by the Transformational Partnerships Fund and will be moderated by TPF Advisor Brontè Burleigh-Jones (Vice President for Finance and Administration at Dickinson College).
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