Getting On Board Trustee Learning Programme: Board diversity clinic with CEO Penny Wilson (Virtual)

Date: 04/06/24 (Tuesday)
Time: 11:00 am - 12:00 pm

Event: Trustee Learning Programme: Board diversity clinic with CEO Penny Wilson 

Delivered By: Getting on Board

Please note: this session is not delivered by RDA and will be attended by individuals outside of our organisation.

Engaging in training outside of RDA is valuable for learning across the wider sector. We encourage this as a way of sharing best practices and for networking opportunities. 



This session forms part of the Getting on Board Trustee Learning Programme.

The programme comprises free, high-quality training including webinars, clinics and panel discussions to support people to become and serve as effective trustees. 


Event Details

“Join this small and private clinic, run by Getting on Board’s CEO Penny Wilson, to gain some top tips in trustee recruitment and discuss some of the common barriers organisations are facing when approaching diversifying their Board.

The clinics are aimed at existing trustees and charity staff who are wanting to diversify their board.”


Important Information 

01 The clinics are limited to 10 attendees each in order to ensure a quality conversation.

02 Please only book a ticket if you will attend. There is a waitlist you can sign up to if all the tickets have been booked.

03 Upon booking, you are able to submit a question in advance. Penny will cover these in the clinic, and they will be kept anonymous.

04 The clinics will be made up of small groups. Getting on Board will keep the discussion confidential, and hope all attendees will too.

Booking: For more information and to book your place click here.


About Getting on Board

Getting on Board exists to make trusteeship more accessible, effective and inclusive. They are raising awareness of trusteeship, particularly within under-represented communities, and helping trustees to make an impact.

Future events by Getting on Board can be found on Eventbrite.

Find out more by visiting their website.

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