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The heartbeat of an organization is its people and the pulse of many nonprofits are its volunteers. Most nonprofits have term limits for their board of directors in the effort to prevent conflict of interest and to ensure a continuity of leadership. However, many of these nonprofits do not have term-limits for non-board volunteers. In this Coffee Break Case Study, OPEN MINDS Senior Associate, Tressell Carter, MPA, discusses the importance of establishing strong procedures for the implementation of term-limits for non-board volunteers. This presentation features a case study that exhibits the positive consequences of . . .
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