Andy Robinson

In his book “Great Boards for Small Groups: A 1-Hour Guide to Governing a Growing Nonprofit,” Andy Robinson says organizations should begin their board recruitment with a “gap analysis” that locates board weaknesses and gaps that they then can work to fill. In Chapter 9 of the book, Robinson lists places where organizations can look to find potential board members to fill these gaps. They are: * Clients, customers and audience members. Those who benefit from the work an organization does or their family members are a good place to start. * Members and/or donors. They’ve made a financial contribution to your cause, demonstrating

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