HBSA/NC needs your leadership and vision to help make our club the best it can be!
With the launch of our club new website and the upcoming HBS Centennial we’re looking forward to increasing our member participation in our club activities! Here are just some of the ways to get involved. If you have any other thoughts, ideas or suggestions please contact Susan Hailey, President, at firstname.lastname@example.org
• Lead or Help a New Program. New programs, events and activities make the club run, bring new members in, and keep current members active. If you have an idea for a program or an event we can help you make your idea a reality. We also have a number of programs looking for a co-chair to support programs already in place. If you’re interested in becoming a program chair/co-chair please contact Kirsten Pickford at email@example.com
• Volunteer with Community Partners. Community Partners provides alumni the opportunity to apply their business and management skills as volunteer consultants working on challenging and worthwhile projects in the nonprofit sector. The projects involve key business issues such as strategic planning, organizational development, marketing plans and board governance. We work with a diverse group of Bay Area nonprofits including museums, performing arts, social service and community development agencies. Visit our HBS Community Partners website for more information. If you are interested in volunteering or have a prospective client in need, please contact Nancy Huang, Executive Director of HBS Community Partners, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
• Join our Club Leadership. We are preparing to take the club to a new level; help us become the best run HBS club. We’re looking for HBS volunteers in areas of club activites from membership and marketing, website community development to programming. Please contact Allison Hale, Program Director at email@example.com