What Can For-profit and Not-for-profit Boards Learn from Each Other?

Hear a talk by Nick Donatiello, Stanford GSB Lecturer and President and CEO of Odyssey, a leader in understanding how technology changes consumer media use habits

Join alumni of Harvard, HBS, and Stanford Graduate School of Business at a talk by Nick Donatiello, a popular teacher among both MBA and MSx students at Stanford 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 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.

Event Information
Thursday, March 24, 2016
6:30pm - 8:30pm
Wine & beer reception included 

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Price $20 plus service fee

Anthony's Forum, Dempsey Hall, UW Foster School of Business, Seattle, WA

Directions: The entrance to campus is off NE 45th Street and 17th Ave NE/Memorial Way NE. Stop at the gatehouse upon entering campus and use the codewords "UW Stanford Event" for parking in N5. Parking is $5 after 5pm. After receiving your pass, turn left on NE Stevens Lane and make your first left into parking lot N5. Access Dempsey Hall through PACCAR Hall, the building that faces lot N5 and sandwich boards will point your way.