While many miss meeting in person, virtual board meetings can be engaging, energizing, and intentional.

Webinar Replay & Bonus Material! | 1 CFRE Point

Join Sherri Sutton (The Meeting Mechanic) and Dr. Emilie Socash for an inspiring session on how to reclaim the magic and provide a better board member experience. 

The two will delve into three key topics to supercharge your next meeting, including:

  • Using intentional agenda design to create space for engagement
  • Implementing engagement techniques that will have attendees off their devices and with you in the meeting
  • Little-known technology techniques to ensure high-energy participation.

About our Speakers

Sherri Sutton

Sherri Sutton has a passion for helping create workplaces where people grow, learn, and enjoy life, and she helps companies do this reinventing their meeting strategy. Her expertise is designing, implementing and facilitating interactive meetings for companies, facilitators and trainers. She serves as the Chief Meeting Mechanic for Positive Impact Force, and has many certifications including Certified Reinvention Practioner (CRP) and Certified Professional in Talent Development (CPTD). Find out more about Positive Impact Force at PositiveImpactForce.com.

Dr. Emilie Socash

Driving success in nonprofits and the people who lead them, Nonprofit Help Center founder Dr. Emilie Socash is an organizational and leadership psychologist who approaches community building through her creative and quick-witted style. With 20+ years of nonprofit leadership experience, she has stretched her legs in many directions, developing a dynamic public speaking style, an authentic relationship-building ability, and the knack for community building and strategic planning that only comes from years in the trenches. She held the role of executive director for over 10 years, as well as advancing development lead roles which gave her the opportunity to lead capital campaigns (which raised $19m), legacy initiatives (which raised $30m), inspired direct-giving campaigns and more across turn-around, start-up, and sustaining nonprofits. In addition to her doctoral degree, she holds a Masters in Nonprofit Management and a Bachelor of Arts degree in English.
Emilie Socash