Show Notes

Episode 7

In this episode we discuss developing a Board of Directors for Equine Therapy Programs. We talk about what is involved with choosing members, their roles, terms vs. no terms, committees, and bylaws. It was extremely fascinating learning more about the ins and outs of business end of non-profit equine related programs.

 

About Sue Adams:

Sue Adams was the CEO and founder of Atlantic Riding Center for Health for 22 years. For the last 5 years she has been a riding instructor at Hearts Therapeutic Riding Center in New Jersey. She is also a PATH Advanced Instructor and Accreditation visitor, and former Chairperson and Adviser of the PATH Certification Subcommittee. She also does private consultation for equine activities and programs. 

 

Where to find Sue:

Email: rollingseasfarm@aol.com

Website: http://www.heartstrc.com/Hearts_TRC/Staff.html

 

Equine Programs Mentioned:

http://www.heartstrc.com/Hearts_TRC/Staff.html

 

Recommendations:

Book: Building Better Boards: A Blueprint for Effective Governance Hardcover – December 30, 2005

byDavid A. NadlerBeverly Behan, and Mark Nadler 

 

Websitehttp://www.createthefuture.com/Board_Development.htm

 

Nonprofit Directors & Officers (D&O) Liability insurance, helps cover the defense costs, settlements and judgments arising out of lawsuits and wrongful act allegations brought against a nonprofit organization.