Because lasting change can only be created by empowering women and girls to realize their full potential, The Atlanta Women’s Foundation engages and educates women as leaders through its Women on Board program.
Created in 2000, the program was designed to increase the number of women on nonprofit boards in Metro Atlanta by providing effective board governance training to Atlanta women and connecting participants to nonprofit organizations. Since its inception, the program has trained more than 2,000 women in board governance and leadership skills.
Level One: Introduction to Nonprofit Boards
The workshop will provide an introduction to the basics of nonprofit board governance, roles and responsibilities of board members, and how to find a board that is right for you. The Level One fee is $150.
Level Two: Advanced Board Training
This workshop explores nonprofit board governance topics in depth, including the financial responsibilities of nonprofit boards, the challenge of building board capacity to support organizational growth, and strategic planning. The Level Two fee is $175.
The Atlanta Women’s Foundation’s Women on Board workshop refund policy is as follows:
If you are unable to attend a workshop, you may also transfer to a future scheduled workshop. There is an expiration date of one-year for any workshop transfer. After one-year, if you have not redeemed your workshop fee, you will have to pay in full to register for a workshop.
All Women on Board workshops are transferable to another person if The Atlanta Women’s Foundation is notified at least 10 days prior to the workshop date. Less than 10 days prior to a workshop, only a partial refund will be given.
If you have any questions about the program or a specific session, please email us at WOB@atlantawomen.org.
Thank you to our Women on Board sponsor
Did you attend a Women on Board session and are interested in available Board and volunteer opportunities? Are you a nonprofit organization seeking to post an open Board or volunteer opportunity? Please visit our Women on Board Resource page for more information by clicking here.