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Please join us for a very special program covering the intersection of Government and Corporate ERM and Cybersecurity challenges. Art House is Connecticut's first Chief Cybersecurity Risk Officer and led the development of the state’s first comprehensive cybersecurity Strategy. The strategy was published in July 2017 and is now in the process of being turned into an action plan. Art will provide an overview of the strategy and the cooperation needed between government and business to improve our collective security and resilience. Sanjeev Handa will also be joining us. Sanjeev is an independent board director for Fitch ratings. Our program will be facilitated by Bob Mannarino, an NACD CT board member and our resident cybersecurity advocate. The Connecticut Cybersecurity Strategy is available through the following webpage:

Member Price: $45
Non-Member Price: $65


Join us for our April lunch meeting.

Member Price: $60
Non-Member Price: $90

Political Speech & Governance
Apr. 10, 2018
Philadelphia, PA


With our country in a period of political polarization not seen perhaps since the years of the Vietnam War, the utterances of a senior executive as well as his/her participation on a politically sensitive advisory board or other activity, which may formerly have been fairly innocuous, can take on an outsized importance and have potentially serious consequences for a company’s brand, relationships with customers, vendors and employees, and its enterprise value. In addition, the erstwhile noncontroversial policies of a company about how to conduct its business may touch upon “litmus test” issues that can be political landmines. How can boards deal proactively with these sensitive issues, and what principles should guide them? How do company codes of ethics, whistleblower hotlines, and other tools of management and governance relate to these issues? Join our panel of experts as we explore an extremely topical – and complicated! – issue.

Member Price: $40
Non-Member Price: $60

The Board and Corporate Culture
Apr. 10, 2018
Boston, MA


Our panel will discuss the role of the board in establishing, building and maintaining a company's culture, how to best work with management leadership and how to recognize when the culture may look and sound good on paper but may be losing its relevance. The panel will also discuss the linkages of the corporate culture to the reward and recognition systems, its business strategy as well the company's operating style and reputation - internally and externally.

Member Price: $60
Non-Member Price: $95


Breakfast Program with James Lam and Michelle Lee

Member Price: $35
Non-Member Price: $75


Member Price: $30
Non-Member Price: $50


If "culture eats strategy for lunch," then what responsibility do boards and nominating committee members have to effectively engage with management on this topic, and how do they go about doing so?

Member Price: Complimentary


Join the NACD Chicago Chapter and your director peers for our annual corporate director peer-to-peer dinners located across the Chicagoland area. Focused on networking and providing an engaging discussion, this year’s hot topic is Who Should Own Your Board's Loyalty? These small group dinners are reserved for NACD director members who currently serve on a public or private board.

Member Price: $80

Board Special Committees & Investigations
Apr. 11, 2018
Wilmington, DE


With the onset of more public investigations, companies are increasingly choosing to undertake proactive internal investigations to uncover any corporate wrongdoing before it is leaked to the shareholders, media and / or general public. Who should serve on these investigative committees? What are best practices in this growing trend, and how can a company ensure that all parties are investigated fairly? How much involvement should in-house counsel have? What kind of legal counsel should the investigative committee acquire? And most importantly: How much authority should the independent committee have? Join NACD Philadelphia Chapter in Wilmington as we hear from area experts and enjoy Delaware regional networking.

Member Price: $40
Non-Member Price: $60

2018 Leading Minds of Compensation - East
Apr. 11, 2018
New York, NY


Discuss the latest executive and director compensation challenges and trends with your fellow committee members and today's leading compensation experts.

Member Price: Complimentary
Non-Member Price: Complimentary


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NACD Board leadership Fellow
NACD Board Leadership Fellowship

NACD Board Leadership Fellows begin their path of continuous learning and recognition with an NACD Foundation Course: NACD Advanced Director Professionalism or NACD Master Class.

Elevate your board leadership competencies, stay ahead of emerging issues, and gain recognition for your commitment to continuous learning. Embark on your NACD Board Leadership Fellowship path today.

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NACD Governance Fellow
NACD Governance Fellowship

NACD Governance Fellows begin their path of continuous learning and recognition with an NACD Foundation Course: NACD Director Professionalism.

Build your knowledge of corporate governance on a solid foundation, stay ahead of emerging issues, and gain recognition for your commitment to continuous learning. Embark on your NACD Governance Fellowship path today.

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If so, learn more about maintaining your Board Leadership Fellowship or your Governance Fellowship while enhancing your knowledge and boardroom stature in anticipation of tomorrow's challenges.

NACD Fellowship Credits

One (1) credit is earned for every 50-minutes of participation.

Skill Credits

Skill Credits heighten expertise, teach a new skill, and improve productivity in the boardroom.

Earn Skill Credits through NACD webinars, Global Board Leaders' Summit, local Chapters, Virtual Cyber-Risk Certificate, In-Boardroom Programs, and other national events.

Collaborative Credits

Collaborative Credits inform with outside perspectives, are more interactive, and provide outstanding networking.

Earn Collaborative Credits by attending NACD Global Board Leaders' Summit, local Chapters, Peer Exchanges, Advisory Councils, Cyber Summit, and other national events.

NACD Governance Fellows earn 4 Skill and/or Collaborative Credits annually.

NACD Board Leadership Fellows earn 6 Skill and 4 Collaborative Credits annually.