This project was completed on Oct 10, 2019
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Gregory G. G.

Board Assessment

Help Indigenous ReGeneration gain an understanding of how their board is performing and how it could improve in areas like governance practices, stewardship, revenue generation, and executive management.
Indigenous ReGeneration
Valley Center, CA, USA
Cause
Environment

Posted September 13th

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Project Details

What We Need
  • Analysis of the board of directors' governance practices, stewardship, membership, revenue generation and executive management
  • Identification of the board’s strengths and recommendations for areas of improvement for board members collectively and individually
What We Have In Place
  • We currently have a general overview of our strengths and weaknesses, which should make it easy for you to get started. We also have some internal anylysis, and the ability to provide any other information you need.
How This Will Help
This project will save us $10,298 , allowing us to hire someone to help us with grant writing.

We are a new non-profit and our board is mostly made of elders and members of our tribal community. The ways of the western world are very different from indigenous practices. It has been difficult governing the board and requesting the participation level I need but also respecting the indigenous ways and habits.
I need help inspiring my board.
I would love review of my current business practices, strategic planning and communication.

Project Plan

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Prep: Provide Current Materials
  • Volunteer Manager provides Professional with past reviews or board performance evaluations, if any
  • Volunteer Manager communicates an overview of board’s governance practices, stewardship, membership, revenue generation, and executive management
  • Volunteer Manager outlines specific areas of focus for the evaluation (if applicable)
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Milestone 1: Research
  • Professional connects with Volunteer Manager for a brainstorming/overview session
  • Professional receives a list of board members and relevant executive management to interview or survey
  • Professional drafts survey and interview questions for the key stakeholders
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Milestone 2: Interviews and Evaluation
  • Professional conducts surveys and interviews with key stakeholders
  • Professional reviews any relevant materials regarding the board’s performance
  • Professional summarizes feedback and drafts recommendations for areas of improvement
  • Volunteer Manager provides feedback to Professional’s summary
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Milestone 3: Delivery of Board Assessment
  • Professional delivers a final board assessment outlining recommendations for better governance of the Organization through more effective board leadership
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About The Org

Posted by
Lacey & Paul C.

Founder, Executive Director

Our Mission

"Indigenous Re-Generation is a 501c3 that exists to inspire Native Communities on re-generative living concepts, through food cultivation, medicinal farming, culture and eco-village education programs, to achieve re-indigenization and true Tribal sovereignty."

Our programming is focused on; traditional and contemporary food cultivation, environmental awareness and re-connection to the land, traditional plant education and integration, Indigenous primitive survival skills, healthy self expression through music, art and cultural activities, regenerative agriculture concepts and sustainable building techniques. All of our programming is designed from an Indigenous view, overseen by elders on our board and is aligned with holistic practices for modern benefits.

Testimonials

Gregory G is a pleasure. He is professional, kind and very helpful. I highly recommend him.
Lacey & Paul Cannon
Lacey & Paul C.

Founder, Executive Director

Board Assessment Project

They are passionate and willing to listen and learn. An absolute joy to work with.
Gregory G. Gorman
Gregory G. G.

Volunteer