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NJAIS Trustee Enrichment Day  

Saturday, January 21, 2017

 (Note:  Snow Date is Sunday, January 22, 2017) 

Far Hills Country Day School 

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 Please follow the links for presentation slides from the workshop presenters:

9:40-10:30 a.m.  SESSION I

 

  1. Continue the Conversation on School Finances and Sustainability, Genevieve Madigan, Vice President, Professional Development and Research, NBOA

  2. Governance 101, Neen Hunt, Educational Consultant

  3. Legal Issues for Trustees, Caryn Pass, Esq., Venable LLP

  4. Supporting Your Head of School, John F. Green, Executive Director, TEAK Fellowship

  5. Transgender Understanding for Schools:  From Bathrooms to Board Rooms,  Alexandra Scott, Educational Consultant

  6. Trustees, Admissions, and Ex-missions (Secondary and College Counseling), Kevin Donnelly, Director of Admissions, Far Hills Country Day School; Chris Teare, Senior Associate Director of Admissions, Drew University; Ed Thompson, Director of Secondary School Counseling, Far Hills Country Day School

  7. Marketing Your Independent School:  Everyone’s Job, Kristen Volkland and Cindy Tavlin, Erbach Communications

  8. Head of School Search Processes and Transitions that Work, Tim Saburn, Head of School, Oak Knoll School

  9. In Your Customer’s Shoes: Understanding Today’s Parents, Marc T. Frankel, Triangle Associates

  10. Getting the Most Out of Your Committees:  Jon Brougham, Head of School, Hun School of Princeton; Eileen Lambert, Head of School, Saddle River Day School; Peter Lewis, Head of School, Winston School of Short Hills; Steve Loy, Head of School, Rutgers Preparatory School

  11. Social Media Policies and Practices, Nicholas D. Bliablias, Esq., and Stefani C. Schwartz, Esq., Partners, Simon, Schwartz, Edelstein & Celso, LLP

  12. Savings For Schools Through the NJAIS Garden Group, Reid Sandner and Rob Pallini, Willis Towers Watson 

 

10:40-11:30 a.m.  SESSION II 

 

  1. Continue the Conversation on School Finances and Sustainability, Genevieve Madigan, Vice President, Professional Development and Research, NBOA

  2. Advanced Governance, Neen Hunt, Educational Consultant, Performing Arts Center

  3. Enrollment Leadership in a Changing Independent School World for K-8 Schools, Heather Hoerle, Executive Director, Enrollment Management Association

  4. Cybersecurity, Lena Licata, Senior Manager, EisnerAmper Consulting Services Group

  5. Strategic Thinking Amid Uncertainty Marc Frankel, Senior Consultant and VP, Triangle Associates

  6. Heads Panel on Transgender Issues for Schools, Peter Caldwell, Head of Morristown-Beard School; Peter Lewis, Head of The Winston School of Short Hills; Tom Nammack, Head of Montclair Kimberley Academy; Caryn Pass, Esq., Venable LLP; Marilyn Stewart, Head of Red Oaks School, Facilitator

  7. Catalyzing Innovation through Strategic Technology Planning and Management, Stephanie Hammond Rusen, Newark Academy; Trevor Shaw, Dwight-Englewood School; William Stites, Montclair Kimberley Academy; Cathy Varga, Far Hills Country Day School

  8. Financial Aid: Tom Belding, Director, The Newgrange and Laurel Schools; Rita O’Connor, CFO, Kent Place School;  Lisa Carbone Warren, CFO, Moorestown Friends School; Olaf Weckesser, Director of Finance and Operations, The Pingry School

  9. A Landscape of Opportunity: Informed Decision Making and Thrivability, Jefferson Burnett, Senior VP, Education Innovation, NAIS

  10. Getting the Board “On Board” for a Major Fundraising Campaign, Greg Hagin, CCS; Dr. John Griffith, Head of School, Ranney School; Dr. Brian Torpey, Chairman of Board of Trustees, Ranney School  

  11. Dos and Don'ts of Non-Profit Activity, Lawrence S. Schwartz, Esq. and Stephen J. Edelstein, Esq., Partners, Schwartz, Simon, Edelstein, & Celso, LLP

  12. Savings Through a Health Insurance Cooperative for Independent Schools, Ward Bauman and Jeff Miller, Corporate Synergies

 

11:40 a.m.-12:30 p.m.  SESSION III

 

  1. The Head of School’s Contract, Nicholas D. Bliablias, and Stefani Schwartz, Partners,   Schwartz, Simon, Edelstein & Celso, LLP

  2. Hardwiring Good Governance in a Board’s Bylaws, Caryn Pass, Esq., Venable LLP

  3. Case Studies for Boards, Patty Fagin, Head of School, Stuart Country Day School of the Sacred Heart

  4. Enrollment Leadership in a Changing Independent School World for K-12, Heather Hoerle, Executive Director, Enrollment Management Association

  5. The Essentials of School Finance for Trustees, Nat Conard, Headmaster, The Pingry School; Olaf Weckesser, Chief Financial Officer and Director of Operations, The Pingry School

  6. A Landscape of Opportunity:  Informed Decision Making and Thrivability, Jefferson Burnett, Senior VP for Education Innovation, NAIS

  7. Marketing Your Independent School:  Everyone’s Job, Kristen Volkland and Cindy Tavlin, Erbach Communications

  8. Board Chair Conversation and Exchange, David Lowry, Facilitator

  9. Fill Your Funnel, Tim McDonough, Finalsite

  10. The F-Word:  What it Really Means – Examining the Trustee’s Role in Fundraising, Diana R. Morel, Managing Partner, SERAPIS

  11. Best Practices for Audit Committees, Richard Cohen, Partner, and Amy MacFadyen, Senior Manager, members of EisnerAmper’s Nonprofit Services Group 

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