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Friday, September 29, 2017   (0 Comments)
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Section Elections
Call for Members of Leadership Team

The ARNOVA Governance section is seeking nominations for Chair Elect and Member at Large on the Leadership Team. Any current member who has demonstrated a commitment to the Section’s purpose through active participation in one or more of its programs is eligible to be elected as an officer. Current Governance Section Members are encouraged to nominate or self-nominate candidates.
The Chair-Elect works with the Chair coordinating the activities of the Governance Section and is directly responsible for assigned programs. The Chair-Elect assumes the Chair position upon completion of the Chair-Elect term of office which is 1 year term;
Member-at-large is responsible for the organization of non-conference Governance Section professional development activities and serves 2 year term.
To nominate a candidate send a short bio and complete contact details to the Nominations Committee Chair, Will Brown via email (wbrown@tamu.edu). Nominations are accepted until Oct 15 at 11:59 EST. The Nominations committee will review candidates and submit a slate to the Section Leadership. Elections with section members will take place Oct 30-Nov 5.


ARNOVA Upcoming Activities

Friday, November 17, 3:45 to 5:15 PM, Haldane

Title: Governance Section Colloquy: Myth Busters
Presenters: Will Brown, Chao Guo, Ruth McCambridge, Beth Gazley, David O. Renz
Chairs: Fredrik O. Andersson, Paloma Raggo
Several myths and urban legends about nonprofit governance withstand the test of time, which ones are founded or should be debunked? This Colloquy is composed of five lightning research presentations that will highlight their empirical research in no more than 5 minutes using 5 slides. Highly interactive, this Colloquy seeks to challenge common wisdoms and generate a lively discussion with the audience and the panel's governance experts regarding key issues in the nonprofit governance field.

Title: Activist Boards? Promoting Organizational Values, Beliefs, and Goals
Saturday, November 18, 12:15-3:30, TBD.

The Governance section is planning a half-day of activities that will actively engage ARNOVA members in conversation, debate, and thoughtful analysis of how nonprofit boards “go outside” the organization to leverage the important work of their organizations through advocacy. Listen as ARNOVA members and invited guests debate the Johnson Amendment and talk with CEOs whose organizations have benefited greatly through board advocacy efforts. Participants will even have the opportunity to think through four compelling cases that examine the board’s role in creating the circumstances under which the organization’s shared values and beliefs are turned into actions so that the mission is achieved.


Section Members: ARNOVA Activities

"Power, conflict, and collaborative governance in public education partnerships," Thursday, November 16, 3:45-5:15, in Ruby.

"Imposing Nonprofit Accountability through Public Policy and Legislation: A Red Cross Case Study", Thursday, November 16, 9:45 am, Gerald Ford. chris_corbett1994@hotmail.com

What Could Possible Go Wrong?: Assessing and Mitigating Collaborative Risks, ARNOVA/Alliance for Nonprofit Management joint conference; Friday, November 17, 3:45-5:15 PM, Emerald A


Section Members: Recent Publications

Raeymaeckers, P., Vermeiren, C., Noel, C., Van Puyvelde, S. & Willems, J. (2017) The governance of public-nonprofit service networks: a comparison between three types of governance roles, VOLUNTAS: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations Organizations, (Accepted for publication:In Press).

Liu, H., Harrison, Y.D, Lai, J. and Luongo, K. (2016). “From In-Person to Virtual Volunteering”, Chapter 13 in Horton Smith, D et al, Palgrave Research Handbook on Volunteering and Nonprofit Associations. Macmillan Publishers,

Harrison, Y.D. and Murray, V. (December 2015). The Effect of an Online Self-Assessment Tool on Nonprofit Board Performance, Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly, 44 (6),

Coventry, Louise (2017) 'Navigating Dualities: A case study of organizational governance in Cambodian civil society', in Battersby, Paul and Roy, Ravi (eds) International Development: A global perspective on theory and practice, Sage

Corbett, Christopher (2017). "Accountability and Ethics", in Ali Farazmand (ed.) Global Encyclopedia of Public Administration, Public Policy and Governance. Springer International Publishing.


Upcoming Conferences and Activities

Presenting “Disaster Resilience within Developing Countries: A Study of the Ecuadorian Third Sector" at the 14th International Society for Third Sector Research (ISTR) Regional Conference for Latin America and the Caribbean. Quito, Ecuador. October 18-20, 2017. jaulgur@atu.edu

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