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Nation-Wide Board Engagement Survey Results July 2013. Board Engagement Task Team. Joanne Pastula - San Diego (Co-Chair) Christy Kunz - JA USA (Co-Chair) Kayla Eitreim – South Dakota Rick Franke – Houston Karen Kosniewski – Detroit Christine Landa – Eastern Iowa

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nation wide board engagement survey results july 2013
Nation-Wide Board Engagement

Survey Results

July 2013

board engagement task team

Board Engagement Task Team

Joanne Pastula - San Diego

(Co-Chair)

Christy Kunz - JA USA (Co-Chair)

Kayla Eitreim – South Dakota

Rick Franke – Houston

Karen Kosniewski – Detroit

Christine Landa – Eastern Iowa

Jan Murfield – Dallas

Tera Norris - Lincoln

Joe Peri – New York City

Steve Schmidt – JA USA

ja nation wide board engagement survey

JA Nation-Wide Board Engagement Survey

First nation-wide board survey

Over 1,000 responses; 22% of JA Area board members

Validates assumptions about JA Area board members

Data used to develop board engagement strategies

JA Areas will receive local data report

elements of survey

Elements of Survey

Demographics

Roles & Responsibilities

Engagement

Investment

Communication

demographics

Demographics

Gender

73% Male; 27% Female

Race

94.5% White

2.3% Black/African American

1.8% Hispanic

demographics industry represented

Demographics –Industry Represented

25% - Financial Services

10% - Manufacturing

9% - Accounting

8% - Educational Services

Health Care? Technology? Biomed?

demographics other

Demographics - Other

Participate as JA Student -

Yes – 16%; No – 84%

JA Volunteer -

Yes – 84%; No – 16%

role responsibilities role of ja board

Role & Responsibilities – Role of JA Board

Provide strategic direction

Provide oversight/governance

Secure volunteer & financial resources

Leverage peer relationships to secure resources (volunteers & funding)

Championing the JA brand

Serve as a classroom volunteer

role responsibilities role of president

Role & Responsibilities –Role of President

Strategic planning

Lead fundraising efforts/ensure financial stability of the organization

Manage JA staff

Engage & manage JA board

Champion of the JA brand

Identify & secure new board members

Organize & oversee committees

roles responsibilities strengthen board engagement

Roles & Responsibilities – Strengthen Board Engagement

Share JA program and evaluation results

Implement strategic planning process

3. Provide benchmarking data

Share board assessment and engagement tools

Communicate JA USA organizational initiatives

6. Provide fundraising training

7. Increase opportunities to interact with JA USA board and staff

8. Provide networking opportunities with other JA board members

engagement ja vs other non profits experience

Engagement –JA vs. Other Non-Profits Experience

76% - Positive personal experience

76% - Acceptable time commitment

73% - Impact on community

70% - Focus on strategic direction

55% - Values diversity on board

next steps

Next Steps

Provide JA Area results

Board Engagement Task Team develop action steps