In the last two years, as boards everywhere rushed to adopt virtual meeting platforms and adapt to the notion of remote work, a new trend emerged: Nonprofit boards found they could accomplish more with fewer resources and less time spent in face-to-face meetings
Join OnBoard, the leading provider of nonprofit board management solutions for a panel discussion on the current challenges nonprofit boards are facing and how these organizations implemented board management technology to overcome today’s challenges.
President and CEO
Marshall County Economic Development Corporation
President and CEO
Strategy and Planning Director
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Lafayette
Customer Success Manager
Sheldon Himelfarb is the founder, President, and CEO of PeaceTech Lab, a nonprofit organization based in Washington, DC which uses media, technology, and data to scale and accelerate peace building efforts around the world. Mr. Himelfarb has spent decades working in the peace building field, including as the CEO/Executive Producer of Common Ground Productions, a foreign policy advisor to a U.S. Senator, and a commentator for National Public Radio (Sunday Morning Edition). He has also worked directly in conflict zones in Bosnia, Iraq, Angola, Liberia, Macedonia, and Burundi and received the Capitol Area Peace Maker award from American University.
Laura Walls is President and CEO of Marshall County Economic Development Corporation in Plymouth, Indiana. She has over 17 years of experience in economic development, including 12 years in executive leadership. Laura has used OnBoard for six years, across three different organizations in roles as staff administrator and board member. Laura’s nonprofit approach to transparency and collaboration is more effective with OnBoard and has improved board engagement and organizational success.
Bryan Long is a Strategy and Planning Director for Wells Fargo. In his role, he leads the strategy for how the bank grows and deepens the relationships of diverse segment consumers and small businesses. He serves on two boards that use OnBoard—New Jersey Community Capital, a community development financial institution, and Washington DECA, a student leadership organization. He is based in Orlando.
In his current role, Chad Krockover leads an organization whose vision is that all children achieve success. Chad has over 20 years of professional-level experience with significant experience in fundraising, business development, business operations, sales training, motivating, and developing team performance. Chad has used OnBoard for almost 4 years and has seen improvements in both engagement and organizational efficiency.
Jillian Walker is a Customer Success Manager at OnBoard and works exclusively with its nonprofit customers. Jillian has been supporting boards for more than 12 years through administrative support roles, as a charter board member for young professionals organizations, serving as a board leader, and more. She currently holds the position as Board President at Early Learning Alliance Network and sits on the Indy Maven Operational Board.