AGB National Conference On Trusteeship Goes Virtual

By AGB March 13, 2020 April 1st, 2020 Press Releases

For Immediate Release
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Leading Board Governance Association Announces Important Changes to Annual Conference and Other April Meetings

 
WASHINGTON, DC (MARCH 13, 2020) – The Association of Governing Boards of Universities and Colleges (AGB), the premier membership organization representing higher education governing boards, today announced that its National Conference on Trusteeship and Workshop for Board Professionals will change from in-person to virtual meetings, to take place April 1-5, 2020. AGB will postpone the upcoming Institute for Board Leaders and Chief Executives of Public Universities and Systems until fall 2020.

These changes are being made in order to protect the health, safety, and well-being of members, staff, and other valued members of the community in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.

AGB aims to honor its mission to empower college, university, and foundation boards and board members to govern with knowledge and confidence by offering programming in a virtual capacity. Participants will have access to the live broadcasts of conference sessions or can access them on demand at a later date.

Registered participants will be contacted with more specific information and anyone with questions is invited to reach out to concierge@agb.org.

About AGB
The Association of Governing Boards of Universities and Colleges (AGB) is the premier membership organization that strengthens higher education governing boards and the strategic roles they serve within their organizations. Through our vast library of resources, educational events, and consulting services, and with nearly 100 years of experience, we empower 40,000 AGB members from more than 2,000 institutions and foundations to navigate complex issues, implement leading practices, streamline operations, and govern with confidence. AGB is the trusted resource for board members, chief executives, and key administrators on higher education governance and leadership.

 

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