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The Power of Board Involvement


If your role includes business development, you may be interested in this.

Serving on a board is an opportunity to give back to the community and get involved with something you love, but it also allows your fellow board members to see your expertise, passion and personality in action working for a collective cause.

I’ve served on more than 20 boards from chambers to banks to nonprofits. I’ve learned firsthand how working in the trenches on philanthropic, business and industry boards can create deep, lasting relationships. Much of our agency’s new business resulted from these unique relationships.

Chuck Norman, APR, S&A Communications

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