Serving on a Corporate Board: Uncover if It's for You & Where to Start
Presented by Sheila Ronning
Founder & CEO of Women in The Boardroom
Wednesday, May 2, 2018
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
(at 45th Street)
The journey to the boardroom can, at times, be an overwhelming undertaking filled with questions about what to expect, how to prepare, and how to be an effective board member. During this session, you will get answers to crucial boardroom questions, including:
* Responsibilities of a director
* The risks of serving
* Time commitment of serving
* Compensation for serving
* What skills and experience are boards looking for?
* What boards are you qualified for?
* Why serve on a board?
* What you can do to get your seat at the table
Who should attend? Law firm partners, general counsel, deputy general counsel and others in senior-level roles. Even if you’re considering board service in the long term, not the short term, it’s crucial to know well in advance what you need to be doing now to get your seat at the table later on.
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The HLSWA is an organization for the women graduates of Harvard Law School intended to foster community, networking, professional development, and continuing education. One of the primary goals of the HLSWA is to increase the presence of women in positions of leadership. The Alliance seeks to advance these goals by offering a forum for discussion, networking, and mentorship and by encouraging activities and connections that contribute to the professional advancement of HLS alumnae.
Maura Barry Grinalds '91, Carol Crossdale '95, Bea Krain Drechsler '87 & Patricia Paul '92
Co-Chairs, Harvard Law School Women's Alliance of New York