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Hertfordshire Trustee Conference & Trustees Week

We are delighted to once again be partnering with #TeamHerts Volunteering to deliver the second Annual Hertfordshire Trustee Conference, this year held online. Followed by a week of practical online workshops & discussion forums to celebrate Trustee Week 2020.
This year we explore how you can help drive change in your organisation, with a focus on diversity & digital change.

Guest speakers at the conference include:
  • Precious Sithole, CEO, Social Practice ENT who will talk about Achieving gender equality for women of colour at board level

  • Anthony Wheeler, Ambassador,Young Trustees Movement & Tina Bhartwas, Trustee, NH & Stevenage CVS who will discuss Accelerating change through young trustees

  • Alan Perestrello, Co-Founder & Director, Trillium who will talk on Managing change to support your digital ambitions



The conference will be followed by a week of online workshops and discussions from Tuesday 3 November to Friday 6 November.

Topics include:
  • Diversifying your charity board

  • An introduction to trusteeship

  • Safeguarding for trustees

  • Driving change as a trustee: Curiosity, Comprehension & Challenge

  • Trustee Discussion Forum: How diverse is your board?

  • Creating a digital culture



Download the leaflet containing full details on the conference agenda and trustee week workshops below:

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You can also visit our EVENTS page to book your places. Please note that spaces are limited.

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