Your board of directors can be your biggest asset—or a deficit to overcome. Learn how Colorado Horse Rescue evolved its board from operational to strategic, providing effective guidance and expertise that has allowed them to adopt cutting-edge programs resulting in more lives saved.
Why you need a board of directors
The difference between an operational and strategic board and which one is best for you
How to recruit a diverse board to meet your organization's needs
Ideas to maintain and energize the board
Strategies for utilizing the board to advance your mission
Anyone affiliated with an equine adoption agency, including staff, volunteers and board members.
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Katherine Gregory joined CHR as Executive Director in May 2018. She has a life-long love of horses, starting with her childhood buckskin Quarter Horse, Dillon. She deeply appreciates the connection that can be built between humans and horses and has loved sharing this enjoyment as a volunteer at the Loveland-based Hearts and Horses therapeutic riding center.
Katherine has spent more than a quarter-century helping companies of all sizes grow, both in terms of profit and impact. After earning her MBA from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University, Katherine worked in fortune 100 companies, built start-from-scratch companies, and mentored teams every step of the way. She has helped businesses of all sizes, non-profits, as well as eager young collegiate entrepreneurs.
Katherine is the single mom of her joyful young daughter and their silly pup Stella. Her daughter has inherited Katherine’s love of horses, and they both adopted a Tennessee Walker named Prince Caspian from CHR.