Boards of Directors have the ultimate responsibility for an organization’s success, where they oversee for-profit, nonprofit, or publicly-funded boards. For too long, boards have not been representative of the constituents they serve. Boards have lacked a rich diversity of voices, views, and ideas in the boardroom. the Building Better Boards with People of Color project provides the opportunity to match a diversity of possible board members with corporations and organizations who are looking to broaden outreach and composition of their boards.

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Boards of Directors have the ultimate responsibility for an organization’s success, where they oversee for-profit, nonprofit, or publicly-funded boards. For too long, boards have not been representative of the constituents they serve. Boards have lacked a rich diversity of voices, views, and ideas in the boardroom. the Building Better Boards with People of Color project provides the opportunity to match a diversity of possible board members with corporations and organizations who are looking to broaden outreach and composition of their boards

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Boards of Directors have the ultimate responsibility for an organization’s success, where they oversee for-profit, nonprofit, or publicly-funded boards. For too long, boards have not been representative of the constituents they serve. Boards have lacked a rich diversity of voices, views, and ideas in the boardroom. the Building Better Boards with People of Color project provides the opportunity to match a diversity of possible board members with corporations and organizations who are looking to broaden outreach and composition of their boards