Virtual Get On Board

The State Council of New Jersey Junior Leagues presents Virtual Get On Board June 12th, 2021. This immersive, half-day program from 9AM-12PM is designed to provide training in the essential elements for being an effective and meaningful non-profit board member. 

The program is open to all New Jersey Junior League members, non-League members currently serving on non-profit boards, and individuals who are interested in serving on future non-profit boards. Virtual GET ON BOARD invites leaders to explore their potential impact and hone in on relevant trends and topics in the ever-changing nonprofit world.

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  • Member of a NEW JERSEY Junior League - $10.00 
  • Member of a Junior League OUTSIDE of New Jersey - $25.00
  • Non-Junior League Members - $40.00


  • Keynote Address - Amanda Parrish Block
  • Advocating in New Jersey: State Public Affairs Committee (SPAC) - Dell Wallace


  • Coming Out of the Fog: Lessons Learned about Philanthropy and Fundraising Since March 2020 - Vicki Bixel
  • Disrupting White Womanhood: Owning Our Responsibility in Confronting Racial Equity - Dr. Tanya Prewitt-White
  • Marge’s Magical Methods to Transform and Energize Your Team - Marge Smith
  • The Four Tendencies: Who are You - and How to Hack your Brain for your Best Productivity and Flow - Colleen Markley
  • Dial Down the Distraction & Turn Up the Listening - Nurit Pegrish
  • Parliamentary Procedure Can Make a Difference! - Schuyler Ryon
  • Unpacking Internalized Racial Oppression - Dr. Nicole Auffant
  • Your Organization's Finances Are Talking. Are You Listening? - Buffony Hunter


  • AJLI Opportunities and the Application Process - Catherine Higgins
Contact Information
  1. Get On Board
Sat, June 12
9:00 am — 12:00 pm
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The State Council of New Jersey Junior Leagues presents Virtual Get On Board June 12th, 2021. This immersive, half-day program from 9AM-12PM is designed to provide training in the essential elements for being an effective and meaningful non-profit board member.

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