Board of Directors Leadership Training Series (May 20 to June 12)

A 7-Session Series from May 20 through June 12

"Ensuring a Highly Effective, Highly Efficient Board: Developing a Model for Success"

NCUIH will host a free  board training for Urban Indian Health Organization Executive Directors, their Board members, and other leadership.

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The series will also include:

  • Participants will engage in active learning about: How do you know when a board is working well? What qualities make for a successful, effective and efficient board?
  • Legal and Program Responsibilities
  • Roles of the board – are you meeting the responsibilities in the “right” way?
  • How do you meet the fiduciary responsibilities?
  • What does a high performing board look like?

All sessions will be from 1:00pm - 3:00pm EDT on the dates below.

This multi-session training will be a practical, interactive program that will provide the basics – the roles and responsibilities of a health center board of directors – while discussing and practicing the application (how to do it) implications. The focus will be on not only “doing the right things” (compliance) but also “doing them right” (performance).

Wednesday, May 20

A Brief History of Urban Indian Organizations Title V - Nonprofit Management

Friday, May 22

Review of Roles and Responsibilities: Strategic Planning and Scope of Authority

Wednesday May 27

Characteristics of High-Performing Boards and Fund Raising Strategies: Problem Solving with UIOs

Wednesday, June 3 Board Selection and Recruitment
Friday, June 5 The Board’s Role in Safety, Quality and Compliance
Wednesday, June 10 Bringing it All Together
Friday, June 12 Open Discussion Forum: Revisiting Effective Problem Solving Solutions

Trainers

Adam Archuleta (Colorado River Indian Tribes), Chairman of the Board, Laguna Healthcare Corporation

Mr. Archuleta is a consultant and former health care executive from the Indian Health Service. He has extensive experience working with boards at the facility, governance, and executive level. He will engage current and potential board members on how to be effective board trustees of urban Indian healthcare delivery systems. Adam is also on the Board of Directors for Villa Therese Catholic Clinic and tribal utility boards.

John Meeth, DDS, MPH

John Meeth, DDS, MPH has 39 years of extensive experience in Indian Country as a clinician, area consultant and executive leader in the Indian Health Service, working at the facility and area levels in Arizona, New Mexico, Nevada, Oklahoma and South Dakota, partnering with Tribal Leaders, Tribal Health Boards, Urban Programs and state Medicaid Programs as a regional consultant and IHS administrator. Dr Meeth holds a Dental Degree from Ohio State, a Master’s Degree in Public Health from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, a certificate in Patient Safety and prior certification in health care compliance.

By Meredith Raimondi, posted on Tuesday May 5, 2020