Seattle Business School Alliance members are invited to  the March 24th event

 

Stanford GSB Faculty member Nick Donatiello, MBA ‘86

“What Can For-Profit and Non-Profit Boards Learn From Each Other?”

Thursday, March 24, 6:30 – 8:30 p.m.

Anthony’s Forum, University of Washington Foster School of Business

Registration $20 includes beer, wine, and delicious “stand-up dinner” food

Questions?  Elizabeth Atcheson, 206-660-4441, elizabeth.w.atcheson@gmail.com

Register online at http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/2503474

 

Seattle Business School Alliance members are invited to a special evening with Stanford GSB faculty member Nick Donatiello, a popular Lecturer among both MBA and MSx students and a recognized expert in board service and governance.  Serving on boards, both for-profit and non-profit, is a fantastic way to serve your community, broaden your professional network, and build your career.  Come hear Nick Donatiello, Stanford GSB MBA ’86, discuss recent research findings on the lessons that non-profit and for-profit boards can learn from each other.  Nick will also address the challenges and rewards of serving on boards, and how to get on boards.  A former Chairman of the Board of KQED, he serves on the boards of Dolby Laboratories, Big 5 Sporting Goods, American Funds, and Schwab Charitable Fund.  He is President and CEO of San Francisco-based Odyssey, a leader in understanding how technology changes consumer media use habits.  He earned his undergraduate degree in engineering from Princeton and an MBA from Stanford.

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