Governance Committee: 12 Key Tasks

A nonprofit corporation is ultimately governed by its board of directors, but a board may create committees to assist in fulfilling the board’s duties. Among the most common and important committees utilized by boards is a governance committee. The governance committee is generally responsible for reviewing the governance structures and practices of the organization and reporting its findings and recommendations to the board. This may include a careful examination of the board’s composition, the needs of the board to effectively fulfill its duties and responsibilities, the mission and vision of the organization, and its governing documents (typically, the articles of incorporation and bylaws). 12 Key Tasks for the Governance Committee Develop a board member, committee* member, and officer** recruitment strategy, taking into account desired skill sets and diverse perspectives Continually identify and recruit candidates for the board, committee and officer positions…

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