Meet our Winter 2018 On BOARD Cohort!

We’re excited to announce our Winter class of On BOARD candidates. The On BOARD candidates are in the early stages of their exploration phase to find an arts & cultural organization that best aligns with their passion and skills. We look forward to seeing the connections these individuals will make with our participating arts organizations.

The Arts & Business Council of Chicago's On BOARD Program promotes board service as an opportunity for leadership development and civic engagement. Program participants attend four half-day trainings and learn the fundamentals of board service including nonprofit phases of development, finances and tax issues, legal responsibilities, and fundraising. Participants also attend a networking event at the start of the program where they meet arts organizations and explore opportunities for board service.

  Jim Adair  Associate Director of Admissions  University of Chicago Arts

Jim Adair
Associate Director of Admissions
University of Chicago Arts

  Prashant Kudva  Vice President  Kaufman Hall

Prashant Kudva
Vice President
Kaufman Hall

  Emily Green  Legal and Finance Manager  Sarowitz Family LLC

Emily Green
Legal and Finance Manager
Sarowitz Family LLC

  Laura Yocky  Global Brand Manager  S.C. Johnson

Laura Yocky
Global Brand Manager
S.C. Johnson

  Marilyn He  Analyst - Consumer Insights and Marketing Analytics  Peapod

Marilyn He
Analyst - Consumer Insights and Marketing Analytics
Peapod

Through the On BOARD Program, arts organizations have the opportunity to meet with and recruit newly trained board members.  

Check out this Winter’s participating arts organizations:

Since 1999, The Arts & Business Council of Chicago has matched over 300 business professionals to nonprofit boards in the Chicago area. On BOARD graduates serve proudly on their boards, meaningfully contributing not just to the organization they serve, but to Chicago’s arts community at large.

The Arts & Business Council of Chicago is committed to helping strengthen non-profit arts organizations. We do this by building working relationships between arts organizations and highly-qualified business professionals, providing training in all aspects of management and board function, and conducting research in leading and emerging issues related to the world of arts nonprofits. To find out more about who we are and what we do, visit our website today.

Interested in participating?

For professionals:
Are you interested in board service? Our upcoming Spring program session begins on May 5. Apply by March 16 to take advantage of the early bird discount. The application deadline is April 13Find out more here.

For arts organizations:
Are you looking to expand your organization’s network and recruit a newly trained board member? We’re accepting arts client applications for the Spring session. The application deadline is April 13, and the Spring Meet the Boards event is on May 16Find out more here.