“Board Diversity: Moving from Talk to Action” with Rick Moyers

Join us Monday, May the 14th for a lunchtime discussion with philanthropy consultant Rick Moyers to explore how nonprofits can move beyond talk to action on board diversity, equity and inclusion.

Equity at the Table Speaker Series 
May 14, 2018 ¦ Winston-Salem, NC
“Board Diversity: Moving from Talk to Action”

Rick Moyers is an independent consultant and a nationally recognized expert on the governance andleadership of nonprofit organizations and the role of philanthropy in building nonprofit capacity. For 14 years, Moyers held senior leadership positions at the Eugene and Agnes E. Meyer Foundation in Washington, DC — a private foundation focused on building an equitable DC region in which people who are economically vulnerable thrive. He has also served as executive director of the Ohio Association of Nonprofit Organizations. Moyers is a frequent writer and speaker on philanthropy and nonprofit governance and leadership. He is the author of The Nonprofit Chief Executive’s Ten Basic Responsibilities (published by BoardSource in 2012) and the co-author of the Daring to Lead 2006 and 2011 research reports, which highlighted the challenges facing nonprofit executives. Rick currently serves on the boards of BoardSource (as chair), the Community Foundation for the Central Blue Ridge, and the Community Connections Fund of the World Bank Group.

Speaker: Rick Moyers
Monday May 14, 2018, 12:00-1:30pm // The Enterprise Center, 1922 Martin Luther King Jr Drive // Winston-Salem, NC 

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About Equity at the Table Speaker Series
In early 2018, the Come to the Table program launched the Equity at the Table Speaker Series. The series is designed for people who are working at the intersection of equity and food security and for those with the desire to think more critically about equity in their work and volunteerism. The series will consist of lectures, workshops and events addressing topics relevant to our work. We invite people of faith, farmers, activists, and journalists to attend and share their perspectives.