NACD - National Association of Corporate Directors

Overview

NACD’s highly interactive Advanced Director Professionalism® foundation course will convene experienced directors looking to position themselves as lead directors, board and/or committee chairs on the Sunshine State’s west coast.

Through panel discussions, committee chair/lead director training, workshops, and case studies with seasoned board leaders, you’ll benefit from real-world and real-time insights to help you navigate critical board leadership challenges, build a high performance board, and effectively lead your board and committees.

Small-group peer exchanges will simultaneously deepen and showcase your expertise while you make new connections with experienced directors from a wide range of industries.

Attending NACD Advanced Director Professionalism makes a strong statement to stakeholders about your dedication to exemplary board leadership and begins your path toward NACD Board Leadership FellowshipThe Gold Standard Director Credential®.

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Agenda & Speakers

Case Study: A Price Worth Paying?

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Onboarding Essentials

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A Year in the Life of Your Board: Planning and Pivoting

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Talent Oversight

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Enhancing Compliance and Ethics Oversight

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Perspectives on the Horizon

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Corporate Turnarounds and Transformations

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The Future of Shareholder Activism

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Strategy from a Board Perspective

Breakout Sessions

Training: Lead Director & Key Committee Chair (Audit, Compensation, and Nom/Gov)
Optional Peer Exchange: Cyber Risk

Cheemin Bo-Linn

Cheemin Bo-Linn

Audit Committee Chair, Sphere 3D Corp.; CEO and President, Peritus Partners Inc.

Cheemin Bo-Linn has been a board director and audit chair for companies in Canada, the United States, and Europe, and she is presently a director of SNOMED, Evena Medical, and Sphere 3D. She currently serves as CEO and president of Peritus Partners Inc., an analytic platform and business IT consultancy. Leveraging her expertise in digital transformation and technology, she was vice president at IBM and held other executive roles at various e-commerce, mobile, finance, and software companies. Bo-Linn was inducted into the “Hall of Fame for Women in Technology,” was named the “Most Influential Silicon Valley Exec,” and among the “Top 100 CEOs in STEM.” She has been an invited speaker to the United Nations, Dow Jones, and British Chamber of Commerce. She is visiting professor on digital tech (AI, big data, cybersecurity) and marketing at the joint Columbia University, London School of Business, and Hong Kong University EMBA/MBA program.

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Cheemin Bo-Linn has been a board director and audit chair for companies in Canada, the United States, and Europe, and she is presently a director of SNOMED, Evena Medical, and Sphere 3D. She currently serves as CEO and president of Peritus Partners Inc., an analytic platform and business IT consultancy. Leveraging her expertise in digital transformation and technology, she was vice president at IBM and held other executive roles at various e-commerce, mobile, finance, and software companies. Bo-Linn was inducted into the “Hall of Fame for Women in Technology,” was named the “Most Influential Silicon Valley Exec,” and among the “Top 100 CEOs in STEM.” She has been an invited speaker to the United Nations, Dow Jones, and British Chamber of Commerce. She is visiting professor on digital tech (AI, big data, cybersecurity) and marketing at the joint Columbia University, London School of Business, and Hong Kong University EMBA/MBA program.
Robyn Bew

Robyn Bew

Director of Strategic Content Development, NACD

Robyn Bew is director of Strategic Content Development for the National Association of Corporate Directors (NACD). She focuses on driving innovation in NACD’s thought leadership, including NACD’s Blue Ribbon Commission reports, Director’s Handbooks, and other proprietary research workstreams. Bew also leads NACD’s Advisory Councils and other multistakeholder dialogues on governance topics. Before joining NACD, Bew was a principal at Tapestry Networks, where she was a leader of the firm’s work on corporate governance and board-shareholder engagement issues. Earlier in her career, she was a senior director at the Corporate Executive Board and a management consultant at Monitor Group. Bew has been a featured presenter at conferences, including for such organizations as the International Corporate Governance Network, the Institute of Internal Auditors, and the International Financial Risk Institute.

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Robyn Bew is director of Strategic Content Development for the National Association of Corporate Directors (NACD). She focuses on driving innovation in NACD’s thought leadership, including NACD’s Blue Ribbon Commission reports, Director’s Handbooks, and other proprietary research workstreams. Bew also leads NACD’s Advisory Councils and other multistakeholder dialogues on governance topics. Before joining NACD, Bew was a principal at Tapestry Networks, where she was a leader of the firm’s work on corporate governance and board-shareholder engagement issues. Earlier in her career, she was a senior director at the Corporate Executive Board and a management consultant at Monitor Group. Bew has been a featured presenter at conferences, including for such organizations as the International Corporate Governance Network, the Institute of Internal Auditors, and the International Financial Risk Institute.
Robert Bostrom

Robert Bostrom

Senior Vice President, General Counsel, and Corporate Secretary, Abercrombie & Fitch Co.; Director, Neulion Inc.

Robert E. Bostrom is senior vice president, general counsel, and corporate secretary of Abercrombie & Fitch Co. Bostrom joined Abercrombie & Fitch from Greenberg Traurig. Previously he was with SNR Denton. Before that, he served as executive vice president, general counsel, and corporate secretary of Freddie Mac. Prior to his work with Freddie Mac, Bostrom served as the managing partner of the New York office of Winston & Strawn LLP. Prior to that, he was executive vice president of Legal, Regulatory, and Compliance and general counsel of National Westminster Bancorp (NatWest). He is a director of NeuLion Inc. and a past director of NatWest Bank (Delaware) and Coutts International. Among his many awards is the 2016 New York Stock Exchange Governance Series Distinguished General Counsel Award.

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Robert E. Bostrom is senior vice president, general counsel, and corporate secretary of Abercrombie & Fitch Co. Bostrom joined Abercrombie & Fitch from Greenberg Traurig. Previously he was with SNR Denton. Before that, he served as executive vice president, general counsel, and corporate secretary of Freddie Mac. Prior to his work with Freddie Mac, Bostrom served as the managing partner of the New York office of Winston & Strawn LLP. Prior to that, he was executive vice president of Legal, Regulatory, and Compliance and general counsel of National Westminster Bancorp (NatWest). He is a director of NeuLion Inc. and a past director of NatWest Bank (Delaware) and Coutts International. Among his many awards is the 2016 New York Stock Exchange Governance Series Distinguished General Counsel Award.
Martin Coyne

Martin Coyne

Director, Chair Emeritus, NACD New Jersey Chapter; Chair, Founder, CEO Learning Network; Director, Eyenuk Inc.

Martin Coyne is a director of EyeNuk Inc. Coyne is the chair and founder of the CEO Learning Network and he is the chair emeritus of the National Association of Corporate Directors’ New Jersey Chapter. He previously served on multiple boards including RainDance Technologies, Akamai, Welch Allyn, Bioclinica, Avecia, and OpenPages. His roles included board chair, lead director, and chair of compensation, audit, and governance committees. Coyne has held a variety of senior management positions, including executive vice president of Eastman Kodak Co. and executive of its Photography Group. His book, How to Manage Your Board While Your Board Manages You (2009), helps directors, CEOs, and other C-suite executives improve governance and the relationship between management and their board.

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Martin Coyne is a director of EyeNuk Inc. Coyne is the chair and founder of the CEO Learning Network and he is the chair emeritus of the National Association of Corporate Directors’ New Jersey Chapter. He previously served on multiple boards including RainDance Technologies, Akamai, Welch Allyn, Bioclinica, Avecia, and OpenPages. His roles included board chair, lead director, and chair of compensation, audit, and governance committees. Coyne has held a variety of senior management positions, including executive vice president of Eastman Kodak Co. and executive of its Photography Group. His book, How to Manage Your Board While Your Board Manages You (2009), helps directors, CEOs, and other C-suite executives improve governance and the relationship between management and their board.
Erin Essenmacher

Erin Essenmacher

Chief Programming Officer, National Association of Corporate Directors

Erin Essenmacher serves as the chief programming officer for the National Association of Corporate Directors (NACD), responsible for oversight and execution of more than 60 education programs and events a year. Essenmacher is also an award-winning writer, director, and producer with nearly 20 years of experience in writing, research, outreach, and broadcast and non-broadcast production. She has written, directed, and produced films for PBS, The Discovery Channel, Animal Planet, the History Channel, and Court TV. She is chair emeritus of Women in Film and Video of Washington, D.C.’s board, and serves on the board of Gandhi Brigade.

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Erin Essenmacher serves as the chief programming officer for the National Association of Corporate Directors (NACD), responsible for oversight and execution of more than 60 education programs and events a year. Essenmacher is also an award-winning writer, director, and producer with nearly 20 years of experience in writing, research, outreach, and broadcast and non-broadcast production. She has written, directed, and produced films for PBS, The Discovery Channel, Animal Planet, the History Channel, and Court TV. She is chair emeritus of Women in Film and Video of Washington, D.C.’s board, and serves on the board of Gandhi Brigade.
Robert Galford

Robert Galford

Lead Independent Director, Forrester Research Inc.; Director, Sakonnet Point Club; Managing Partner, Center for Leading Organizations

Robert Galford is the lead independent director of Forrester Research Inc., where he chairs the compensation and nominating committee. He is also on the board of directors of the Sakonnet Point Club and is an outside board advisor at Shepley Bulfinch, an architectural firm. Galford is a managing partner of the Center for Leading Organizations and a Leadership Fellow in Executive Education at Harvard University Graduate School of Design. He is the co-author of four books, The Trusted Advisor, The Trusted Leader, Your Leadership Legacy, and Simple Sabotage, along with numerous articles in Harvard Business Review.

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Robert Galford is the lead independent director of Forrester Research Inc., where he chairs the compensation and nominating committee. He is also on the board of directors of the Sakonnet Point Club and is an outside board advisor at Shepley Bulfinch, an architectural firm. Galford is a managing partner of the Center for Leading Organizations and a Leadership Fellow in Executive Education at Harvard University Graduate School of Design. He is the co-author of four books, The Trusted Advisor, The Trusted Leader, Your Leadership Legacy, and Simple Sabotage, along with numerous articles in Harvard Business Review.
Chelsea Grayson

Chelsea Grayson

Director, Delta Dental of California, True Religion Apparel, Inc.; Former CEO, American Apparel Inc.

Chelsea A. Grayson is former CAO, general counsel, EVP, and corporate secretary of American Apparel. Prior to joining American Apparel, Grayson was a partner at Jones Day and at Loeb & Loeb LLP. While at Jones Day, Grayson chaired the firm’s Los Angeles Corporate Group and its Los Angeles New Lawyers Group, and co-chaired its California Future Markets Task Force. Grayson has served on the board of the Legal Division of the American Jewish Federation. Grayson has received an In-House Impact Award from The Recorder (2016) and a 40 Under 40 Recognition Award from the M&A Advisor (2011). She also has been named among L.A.’s Top 40 Dealmakers in the Los Angeles Business Journal’s Who’s Who in L.A. Law list (2011) and to legal500.com’s Legal 500 U.S. in M&A: Middle Market list.

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Chelsea A. Grayson is former CAO, general counsel, EVP, and corporate secretary of American Apparel. Prior to joining American Apparel, Grayson was a partner at Jones Day and at Loeb & Loeb LLP. While at Jones Day, Grayson chaired the firm’s Los Angeles Corporate Group and its Los Angeles New Lawyers Group, and co-chaired its California Future Markets Task Force. Grayson has served on the board of the Legal Division of the American Jewish Federation. Grayson has received an In-House Impact Award from The Recorder (2016) and a 40 Under 40 Recognition Award from the M&A Advisor (2011). She also has been named among L.A.’s Top 40 Dealmakers in the Los Angeles Business Journal’s Who’s Who in L.A. Law list (2011) and to legal500.com’s Legal 500 U.S. in M&A: Middle Market list.
D'Anne Hurd

D'Anne Hurd

Director, Peckham Industries, EILEEN FISHER, Inc.; Independent Trustee, Pax World Funds, Pax Ellevate; Chair, Monzite Corp.

D’Anne Hurd is a qualified financial expert and ESG/sustainability authority with more than two decades of experience serving on and consulting to boards of public, private, and family-owned companies. She recently joined the board of EILEEN FISHER Inc. as its first independent director and chairs its nominating and governance committee. Hurd also chairs the board of Monzite Corp., sits on the audit committee of Pax World Funds and Pax Ellevate Funds, chairs the audit committee of Peckham Industries Inc., and is serving a second term on the board of Camp Dudley. She was lead independent director for Hiperos, a cloud-based, software-as-a-service supply chain and third-party governance, risk, and compliance solutions provider. Hurd previously served on the boards of public companies in the technology, pharmaceuticals, and defense industries. Her business background includes roles as COO, CFO, and general counsel for six rapidly growing, Boston-based technology companies. Hurd is an NACD Board Leadership Fellow.

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D’Anne Hurd is a qualified financial expert and ESG/sustainability authority with more than two decades of experience serving on and consulting to boards of public, private, and family-owned companies. She recently joined the board of EILEEN FISHER Inc. as its first independent director and chairs its nominating and governance committee. Hurd also chairs the board of Monzite Corp., sits on the audit committee of Pax World Funds and Pax Ellevate Funds, chairs the audit committee of Peckham Industries Inc., and is serving a second term on the board of Camp Dudley. She was lead independent director for Hiperos, a cloud-based, software-as-a-service supply chain and third-party governance, risk, and compliance solutions provider. Hurd previously served on the boards of public companies in the technology, pharmaceuticals, and defense industries. Her business background includes roles as COO, CFO, and general counsel for six rapidly growing, Boston-based technology companies. Hurd is an NACD Board Leadership Fellow.
Jim Kzirian

Jim Kzirian

Lead Consultant, Meridian Compensation Partners LLC

Bio coming soon.

James Lam

James Lam

Chair, Risk Oversight Committee, E*TRADE Financial Corp.; Director, RiskLens

James Lam is the president of James Lam & Associates and a director of E*TRADE Financial Corp., where he chairs the risk oversight committee and serves on the audit committee. Lam is also an independent director of RiskLens. He previously served as founder and president of ERisk, partner of Oliver Wyman, chief risk officer of Fidelity Investments, and chief risk officer of GE Capital Markets Services. Lam has been named the inaugural Risk Manager of the Year by the Global Association of Risk Professionals (1997), to the “100 Most Influential People in Finance” by Treasury & Risk magazine (2005, 2006, and 2008), and to the NACD Directorship 100 (2017). He is the author of several best-selling books. Lam’s latest book is Implementing Enterprise Risk Management (2017). In addition to serving on NACD’s faculty, Lam is on the Carnegie Mellon University faculty for their Chief Risk Officer Executive Certification Program. Lam is an NACD Board Leadership Fellow.

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James Lam is the president of James Lam & Associates and a director of E*TRADE Financial Corp., where he chairs the risk oversight committee and serves on the audit committee. Lam is also an independent director of RiskLens. He previously served as founder and president of ERisk, partner of Oliver Wyman, chief risk officer of Fidelity Investments, and chief risk officer of GE Capital Markets Services. Lam has been named the inaugural Risk Manager of the Year by the Global Association of Risk Professionals (1997), to the “100 Most Influential People in Finance” by Treasury & Risk magazine (2005, 2006, and 2008), and to the NACD Directorship 100 (2017). He is the author of several best-selling books. Lam’s latest book is Implementing Enterprise Risk Management (2017). In addition to serving on NACD’s faculty, Lam is on the Carnegie Mellon University faculty for their Chief Risk Officer Executive Certification Program. Lam is an NACD Board Leadership Fellow.
Ryan McManus

Ryan McManus

Director, Nortech Systems, Inc.; SVP, Partnerships and Corporate Development, EVRYTHNG

Ryan McManus is senior vice president of partnerships and corporate development for EVRYTHNG, the IoT Smart Products Platform company. He has more than 20 years’ experience as a leader in IoT and AI start-ups as well as in large corporate digital transformations. Prior to joining EVRYTHNG, McManus founded Accenture’s Digital Business Strategy and Transformation practice and served as the Accenture Strategy chief operating officer and as a leader in the firm’s Corporate Strategy, M&A, and International Expansion businesses. McManus has served as an advisor to Fortune 100 companies, technology start-ups, and nonprofits. He has worked in more than 40 countries. McManus serves on two advisory boards with the Aspen Institute. He is the author of several articles on digital business and corporate strategy.

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Ryan McManus is senior vice president of partnerships and corporate development for EVRYTHNG, the IoT Smart Products Platform company. He has more than 20 years’ experience as a leader in IoT and AI start-ups as well as in large corporate digital transformations. Prior to joining EVRYTHNG, McManus founded Accenture’s Digital Business Strategy and Transformation practice and served as the Accenture Strategy chief operating officer and as a leader in the firm’s Corporate Strategy, M&A, and International Expansion businesses. McManus has served as an advisor to Fortune 100 companies, technology start-ups, and nonprofits. He has worked in more than 40 countries. McManus serves on two advisory boards with the Aspen Institute. He is the author of several articles on digital business and corporate strategy.
Sarah Raiss

Sarah Raiss

Compensation Committee Chair, Commercial Metals Co.; Director, Loblaw Cos. Ltd., Vermilion Energy Inc., Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers Inc., Alberta Investment Management Corp.

Sarah E. Raiss has most recently served as executive vice president of corporate services, TransCanada Corp. Raiss is currently a director of Loblaw Cos. Ltd., Vermilion Energy Inc., and Commercial Metals Co. She previously served as chair of Alberta Electric System Operator. She is past president of the Calgary Petroleum Club board of governors and was a director of Canadian Oil Sands Ltd., the Business Development Bank of Canada, the Institute of Corporate Directors, MicroPlanet Technology Corp., Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy School of Government’s Women’s Leadership Board, and Alberta Children’s Hospital Foundation. Raiss has been named among Canada’s Most Powerful Women: Top 100 four times, and was inducted into the Top 100 Hall of Fame in 2007. She was among those on the Canadian Board Diversity Council’s inaugural Diversity 50 list in 2012. Raiss was named to the NACD Directorship 100 in 2015.

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Sarah E. Raiss has most recently served as executive vice president of corporate services, TransCanada Corp. Raiss is currently a director of Loblaw Cos. Ltd., Vermilion Energy Inc., and Commercial Metals Co. She previously served as chair of Alberta Electric System Operator. She is past president of the Calgary Petroleum Club board of governors and was a director of Canadian Oil Sands Ltd., the Business Development Bank of Canada, the Institute of Corporate Directors, MicroPlanet Technology Corp., Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy School of Government’s Women’s Leadership Board, and Alberta Children’s Hospital Foundation. Raiss has been named among Canada’s Most Powerful Women: Top 100 four times, and was inducted into the Top 100 Hall of Fame in 2007. She was among those on the Canadian Board Diversity Council’s inaugural Diversity 50 list in 2012. Raiss was named to the NACD Directorship 100 in 2015.
Robert Romanchek

Robert Romanchek

Senior Partner, Meridian Compensation Partners LLC

Bio coming soon.

Myrna Soto

Myrna Soto

Director, Spirit Airlines Inc., CMS Energy Corp.; Senior Vice President, Global CISO, Comcast Corporation

Myrna Soto is corporate SVP and GCISO at Comcast. Prior to joining Comcast, Soto served as CISO and VP of Information Technology Governance for MGM Resorts International. Previously, she held senior leadership positions with American Express Co., Royal Caribbean Cruise Line, Norwegian Cruise Line, and Kemper Insurance. She is on the board of directors of CMS Energy and Consumers Energy, the Hispanic IT Executive Council, and Spirit Airlines Inc. ISE named her Information Security Executive of the Year in 2013, CNET listed her among the top 20 Most Influential Technology Latinos in 2014, and SC Magazine recognized her as one of the Top 10 Power Players for Women in Security in 2015. Additionally, Soto received the CSO Compass Award in 2015.

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Myrna Soto is corporate SVP and GCISO at Comcast. Prior to joining Comcast, Soto served as CISO and VP of Information Technology Governance for MGM Resorts International. Previously, she held senior leadership positions with American Express Co., Royal Caribbean Cruise Line, Norwegian Cruise Line, and Kemper Insurance. She is on the board of directors of CMS Energy and Consumers Energy, the Hispanic IT Executive Council, and Spirit Airlines Inc. ISE named her Information Security Executive of the Year in 2013, CNET listed her among the top 20 Most Influential Technology Latinos in 2014, and SC Magazine recognized her as one of the Top 10 Power Players for Women in Security in 2015. Additionally, Soto received the CSO Compass Award in 2015.
Mary Beth Vitale

Mary Beth Vitale

Chair, Nominating and Governance Committee, CoBiz Financial Inc.; Chair, Risk and Technology Committee, GEHA, Inc.; Co-Chair, Women Corporate Directors: Colorado Chapter

Mary Beth Vitale is a director of CoBiz Financial Inc. and GEHA Inc. Vitale chairs CoBiz’ nominating and governance committee and also oversees the organization’s IT and cyber-security processes and policies. She also chairs GEHA’s risk and technology committee, and serves on the executive committee. Previously, Vitale was lead director for Eye-Ris Inc. and on the board of Zynex Inc. She chaired Zynex’ compensation committee and served on its audit committee. Vitale is a former chair and CEO of Westwind Media Inc. and a past director of both Intrado Inc. and RMI. She is a faculty member for NACD’s Board Advisory Services. She is a past president and corporate officer of AT&T Inc. Vitale is a founding commissioner of the Colorado Governor’s Commission on Science and Technology; a past president and COO of Rocky Mountain Internet; a past chair of NACD’s Colorado Chapter; and a founding co-chair of the Greater Colorado Chapter of Women Corporate Directors.

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Mary Beth Vitale is a director of CoBiz Financial Inc. and GEHA Inc. Vitale chairs CoBiz’ nominating and governance committee and also oversees the organization’s IT and cyber-security processes and policies. She also chairs GEHA’s risk and technology committee, and serves on the executive committee. Previously, Vitale was lead director for Eye-Ris Inc. and on the board of Zynex Inc. She chaired Zynex’ compensation committee and served on its audit committee. Vitale is a former chair and CEO of Westwind Media Inc. and a past director of both Intrado Inc. and RMI. She is a faculty member for NACD’s Board Advisory Services. She is a past president and corporate officer of AT&T Inc. Vitale is a founding commissioner of the Colorado Governor’s Commission on Science and Technology; a past president and COO of Rocky Mountain Internet; a past chair of NACD’s Colorado Chapter; and a founding co-chair of the Greater Colorado Chapter of Women Corporate Directors.
Steven Walker

Steven Walker

General Counsel, Managing Director of Board Services Group, National Association of Corporate Directors

Steven R. Walker is general counsel of NACD and managing director of NACD’s Board Services Group. He leads the Board Advisory Services faculty in providing counsel to board leaders and C-suite executives on a wide range of strategic governance matters. Walker has served as a senior executive or general counsel to entities ranging from private equity backed corporations to the Fortune 100. Steve also served as an Attorney-Advisor to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission from 2001 to 2004. Walker is a frequent public speaker on the topics of board governance, performance, composition, and strategic influence. He currently sits on the boards of Objective Interface Systems Inc. and ContractRoom. He has served on the Orange Bowl Committee, the Association of Corporate Counsel–Michigan Chapter, and the Friends of the Gusman Center for the Performing Arts–Miami. Walker has been designated a Board Leadership and Governance Fellow by NACD.

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Steven R. Walker is general counsel of NACD and managing director of NACD’s Board Services Group. He leads the Board Advisory Services faculty in providing counsel to board leaders and C-suite executives on a wide range of strategic governance matters. Walker has served as a senior executive or general counsel to entities ranging from private equity backed corporations to the Fortune 100. Steve also served as an Attorney-Advisor to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission from 2001 to 2004. Walker is a frequent public speaker on the topics of board governance, performance, composition, and strategic influence. He currently sits on the boards of Objective Interface Systems Inc. and ContractRoom. He has served on the Orange Bowl Committee, the Association of Corporate Counsel–Michigan Chapter, and the Friends of the Gusman Center for the Performing Arts–Miami. Walker has been designated a Board Leadership and Governance Fellow by NACD.

Venue

The Ritz-Carlton, Naples
280 Vanderbilt Beach Rd.
Naples, FL 34108

NACD has reserved a block of guestrooms at the Ritz-Carlton Naples at the group rate of $249/night, plus applicable taxes.  Reservations can be made by calling the hotel at 877-590-8187 and giving the group name “NACD”. To make your reservation online please click hereThe rate will be available until November 8, 2018, or until sold out.

Accreditation

NACD Board Leadership Fellowship®: Foundation Course

NACD Board leadership Fellowship

CPE credits: up to 13

CPE Credits

The National Association of Corporate Directors is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. Concerns regarding registered sponsors may be submitted to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors through its website: www.learningmarket.org.

Program Level: Advanced
Delivery Method: Group-Live 
Prerequisites: Attendees must have an NACD membership and an in-depth understanding of corporate governance.
Advanced Preparation: Materials will be sent to all participants to read before the course.

Contact your NACD Membership Advisor.

Phone: 571-367-3822
MembershipAdvisor@NACDonline.org

Payment, Cancellation, and Transfer Policy

Event registrations are not guaranteed until payment is received. Each cancelled registration will be assessed a $500 cancellation fee. Cancellations must be received in writing no fewer than 30 calendar days before the event start date in order to qualify for a partial refund. If written notice is given within 29 calendar days of the event start date, registrants will forfeit the entire program fee unless it is transferred to another NACD program pursuant to the following transfer policy.

Application for transfer credit must be received within 30 calendar days of the date on which NACD receives written notice of cancellation. Transferred credit (less the $500 cancellation fee) will apply only to eligible NACD programs that occur within 12 months of a cancellation. Please submit all cancellations and transfer requests via e-mail to registration@NACDonline.org or via fax to 866-536-9044.