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Board of Directors Boot Camp - Roles Responsibilities

Roles & Responsibilities: a Primer 2020

Private company owners, including family businesses, ESOPs, and private equity owners, often have different expectations for their boards than is common in publicly traded firms. Besides being much less encumbered by regulatory compliance, many private firms are looking for a completely different kind of engagement from directors. In companies with new boards, leaders and directors often struggle early on to determine the role of the board and how to separate board responsibilities from those of ownership and management. In this webinar, the audience will learn what companies are really looking for (or should be) from their boards, and the many ways that boards contribute to private company success.


Webinar Faculty

Moderator:

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Mark Trembacki

Mark Trembacki is the founder and Managing Principal of Risk Management Levers, Inc., a consulting firm focused on strategy, risk management, acquisition integration, and change management.  He is an adjunct… Read More

Panelists:

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Aarthi Belani

Aarthi Belani is a partner in the M&A practice in the Silicon Valley office of Jones Day. She focuses on M&A and venture deals in tech and life sciences. Prior… Read More

David Spitulnik
David Spitulnik

David Spitulnik is a successful executive with over 40 years of experience in both large technology companies and in consulting to and leadership of mid-market, closely held and family owned… Read More

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Nicole Edmonds

Nicole Edmonds is a dynamic and engaging executive leader most recently serving as Assistant Vice President and Corporate Secretary at Washington Gas Light Company where she headed up a team… Read More

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Phillip Buffington

Phil Buffington joined Adams and Reese in 2011 and serves as Leader of the Financial Services Team, and is a Partner in the Transactions Practice Group. For more than 30 years, Phil has… Read More

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