CID Training: Good Governance in Action

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Location: Zoom

What is good governance and why is it so challenging? What does a strong governing board look like? How can we ensure diversity of views at the board table?

These questions and more will be addressed at our informative and fast-paced training.

The Facilitator
Caren Rangi of the Centre for Social Impact (CSI) will facilitate this training.

(CSI) works with a range of partners to support social change initiatives. It supports organisations investing in social impact and designing policies or programmes to enable social impact - including government agencies, philanthropic funders, corporate investors, and community sector organisations.

Caren works with the Centre’s clients to provide specialist advice on governance. She is currently working for the Centre on Foundation North’s Catalyst for Change, Capacity development programme, and is contributing to the Centre’s work with community trusts. Caren has extensive experience in governance roles on not-for-profit, government and private boards. She is proud of her Cook Islands Maori heritage and brings that lens to the range of board tables that she serves at. She is the Deputy Chair of the Eastern and Central Community Trust and brings governance experience as the Deputy Chair of Creative New Zealand, a member of the Charities Registration Board and a director of the Cook Islands Investment Corporation in the Cook Islands. Caren has a Bachelor of Business Studies in Accountancy from Massey University and is a Fellow of Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand.

Please, register here.

(10$ registration)