Board Roles and Responsibilities Workshop (Online)
Undertaking the role of Director or Councillor within an association Board is a considerable yet manageable responsibility. This workshop will look at the legal framework for associations under the Corporations Act, state and territory Associations Act and the ACNC Act, Board roles and responsibilities under the common law and statute, plus best practice on the role of being a director. This will be a practical session based on extensive experience of association governance. Questions are welcome throughout this online event.
Member Registrations: $150 including GST
Non-Member Registrations: $250 including GST (NFP only)
ABOUT THE PRESENTERS
Kathy Nguyen, Manager - Client Services, Associations Forum
Kathy works on consulting projects for Association Forum clients, both nationally and in the Asia-Pacific, on association structure, operations and governance. She has reviewed over 150 constitutions and regularly presents to organisations on membership, governance and events.
Kathy commenced at Associations Forum in 2004, leaving in 2010 to work at Governance Institute of Australia until 2013. She has also worked at Ernst & Young, the Trade Association Forum in London and for the Royal Australasian College of Physicians.
Kathy holds Bachelors of Laws & Business and is also a Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors Company Directors Course™.
Denys Correll, Manager - Client Services, Associations Forum
Denys joined Associations Forum in October 2012 after a career in not-for-profit governance, management and lobbying in Australia and overseas. Since joining Associations Forum, Denys has consulted with associations on governance, mergers, constitutional reviews, board processes and strategic planning.
Denys's career has included 28 years as a CEO of national and international associations. He has been a director of a commercial specialist insurance company and a volunteer director of national and international not-for-profit associations including the Australian and Victorian MS Societies.