Get On The Same Page! – A Guide for Nonprofit Boards and Staff on Roles and Responsibilities – Webinar Series

Get On The Same Page! – A Guide for Nonprofit Board and Staff on Roles and Responsibilities

November 5 and 10, 2020

Webinar: 1:00 – 2:00 p.m.

The board member – nonprofit staff member relationship is powerful and dynamic. Let’s make sure it’s as effective as possible!

In this two-session, one-hour webinar series Mary Stelletello, Vista Global Consulting, will give board members and staff the building blocks they need to develop a relationship of mutual trust and communication. Flexibility is key but grounding the relationship with knowledge of basic governance and understanding of respective roles and expectations will help nonprofit boards and staff get on the same page of who is responsible for what.

Session One – November 5 (Session 1 of 2)

Building a High Impact Board 

     Definition of Nonprofit Governance
     Board Development Cycle


Session Two– November 10 (Session 2 of 2)

Board & Staff Partnership

     10 Responsibilities of Nonprofit Boards

Who should attend

This series is designed for nonprofit staff and board members.

Registration Fee:

Fox Valley Area Nonprofits: Free

Green Bay, Oshkosh and other nonprofits outside the Fox Valley: $20 per participant; fee remains $20 regardless of number of sessions attended.
Registration fees are nonrefundable.

Registration is for both webinar sessions.

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Mary Stelletello, MA, MBA brings more than 25 years’ experience in the nonprofit and philanthropic sectors to her coaching and consulting work in the areas of governance, strategic partnerships, leadership development, strategy development, training, facilitation and organizational capacity building.

Mary is known for her depth of understanding of “walking in the shoes” of CEOs and board leaders. She is an enthusiastic presenter that will give you the tools you need to build an effective board-staff partnership.

Learn more about Mary

Mary is a certified professional coach with the Coaches Training Institute and PCC credentialed by the International Coach Federation. She uses these skills with nonprofit executives, board leaders and management staff to strengthen their abilities and skills to guide organizations to excellence. Before founding Vista Global, Mary was a Senior Associate with La Piana Consulting, a national management consulting firm. Prior to consulting, Mary held five executive director/CEO positions with youth-serving nonprofits, ranging in annual budget size from $150,000 to $13 million. In the philanthropic sector, she has served as Director of Grant Management and subsequently as Director of Education and Leadership Programs for the International Youth Foundation.

She has traveled to more than 25 different countries on six continents. Active in community service, Mary has served on many nonprofit boards throughout her career. She currently serves as co-chair of B Local Wisconsin and as a board member of Puente a la Salud Comunitaria in Oaxaca, Mexico.In July 2013, she was named BoardSource Board Member of the Month for her service with Amigos de las Americas. Other accomplishments include an International Fellowship in Community Development sponsored by the W.K. Kellogg Foundation and participation in the Salzburg Seminar in Austria on the topic of Engaging Youth in Community Development.

In addition, Mary is a contributor to The Leadership Challenge Activities Book, by James Kouzes and Barry Posner. Mary is a member of the WBECS Social Impact Coaching Community of Practice. Mary holds a MA in Latin American Studies and an MBA in International Management from the University of New Mexico. She received a BA in Political Economics with a minor in Spanish from the University of California, Berkeley. She is fluent in Spanish and speaks some Portuguese. In her spare time, she enjoys traveling, playing tennis and biking with her husband, Andy.


Nov 10 2020


1:00 pm - 2:00 pm


Kim O'Brien
[email protected]
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