The Board Member Institute (BMI) is Boardified’s signature program for board members of Jewish communal organizations.

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About the Board Member Institute

We are now accepting applications for Cohort 6! Through our customized curriculum and expert instruction, you will master the skills and knowledge necessary to excel in your role and the Jewish sector. Delivered in partnership with Kellogg School Center for Nonprofit Management, the BMI live virtual cohort experience will take place October 2021 – May 2022. Learn more here.

Curriculum

Receive 30 hours of highly practical curriculum that combines executive education, cohort learning, and meaningful applied learning experiences.

Affinity Groups & Coaching

Participate in one-on-one coaching and small group discussion with peers facilitated by experts in the field.

Certificate

Receive a Kellogg Nonprofit Executive Education Certificate upon completion of the program.

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Network

Unlock priority access to continued development opportunities, Boardified resources, and networking with leaders across North America.

Applications

Applications are now open for Cohort 6 until August 2, 2021. The BMI Selection Committee will review applications and notify applicants of their acceptance in September. Upon acceptance to the program, applicants are responsible for paying their $1,000 tuition deposit to guarantee enrollment.

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Tuition

Program tuition is $4,000, with the understanding that each participant is personally responsible for at least $1,000. The balance may be covered by the participant, the participant’s organization, the participant’s employer, or another independent funder like a federation, foundation, or individual donor. Limited financial assistance is available upon request. For more information, read our FAQs or contact Samantha Stankowicz, Chief Growth Officer, at sam@boardified.org for more information.

Faculty

Liz Livingston Howard

Director of Nonprofit Executive Education, Kellogg School of Managment

BMI Academic Director

Gail Berger

Deputy Director, Kellogg Center for Executive Women

Gali Cooks

President & CEO, Leading Edge Alliance

Megan Kashner

Director of Social Impact, Kellogg’s Public-Private Interface

David Matsa

Professor of Finance, Kellogg School of Management

Jason Saul

Adjunct Lecturer of Executive Education, Kellogg School of Management