By Monica E. Oss, Chief Executive Officer Non-profit governance in health and human services needs a makeover—and new roles for board members. I think that the board’s role should be to make sure the chief executive officer (CEO) has developed a great strategy for the organization, assure that the organization is keeping that strategy on track with relevant metrics, ensure that charitable funds are appropriately used, and bring in new contributions. I find—in my work at OPEN MINDS and in my community service with non-profit organizations in my hometown of Gettysburg—that most boards of directors aren’t up for the task. On top of that, the health care field is becoming increasingly competitive. A smaller and…
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