1. The Benefits of Serving on a Board in Retirement

    The Benefits of Serving on a Board in Retirement

    So, you think you might want to serve on a board of directors? You'd like to contribute in a different way. Or broaden your expertise. Or keep active and engaged in retirement. All good reasons...

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    1. I have had a long history in government service and thought my skills would be best used on the industry side, and didn't want to focus on just one company.
    2. There's a tremendous supply and very little demand.
    3. Only 2% of nonprofit organizations pay their board members, and they tend to be really large, such as hospitals.
    4. It's much stronger than saying I've done 50 different things in my career.
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