Washington, DC (PRWEB) September 10, 2012
BoardSource is proud to announce the addition of four new members to its Board of Directors: Eugene Bounds, president, Bounds Associates, LLC; David B. McGinty, director, public private partnerships, World Vision U.S.; Dawn McNally, vice president, relationship management, Prudential; and Rick Moyers, vice president, programs and communications, Eugene and Agnes E. Meyer Foundation. Their first board meeting will take place in Chicago, prior to the 2012 BoardSource Leadership Forum on September 14 and 15.
“With more than 20 years of experience building effective nonprofit boards, BoardSource understands how critical it is to have board members who are deeply committed to its mission, who bring expertise and a depth of experience in key areas, and who represent diverse points of view,” said Linda C. Crompton, BoardSource president and CEO. “Our four new board members meet these requirements and more, and I look forward to working with them in the years ahead to advance our mission.”
BoardSource’s Nominating and Governance Committee developed and implemented a two-prong approach to board recruitment for 2012, soliciting board-referred candidates and utilizing a public posting approach.
Eugene Bounds has more than two decades of public and private experience developing and implementing IT programs and systems. He recently established Bounds Associates, LLC, to provide program execution, acquisition strategy, and performance improvement consulting services to U.S. government clients. Prior to establishing Bounds Associates, he was employed as a senior vice president at Booz Allen Hamilton, providing leadership for U.S. Air Force and NASA markets. Mr. Bounds is a retired U.S. Air Force officer and held professional positions as sector director at Carnegie Mellon University’s Software Engineering Institute and chief operating officer at Robbins-Gioia, LLC.
David B. McGinty is director of public private partnerships at World Vision, where he leads a team of specialists who design, negotiate, and support cross-sector, multinational partnerships that incentivize and enhance private sector investments in developing and emerging markets while sustainably solving critical international development challenges. As an adjunct professor of nonprofit law at Villanova University, Mr. McGinty’s teaching emphasizes cross-sector partnering, social enterprise, impact investing, and hybrid structures such as L3Cs and BCorps. Previously, he served as a principal of H14 Development Group, interim director of Deep Springs International, and international manager, Deloitte.
Dawn McNally, vice president of relationship management at Prudential, is an experienced senior information technology and business executive with a blend of executive management, operational expertise, and systems management skills within the insurance industry. She has significant experience in establishing and leading a corporate and business-wide security operation, quality assurance, program management, technology strategies, planning, and relationship management. Ms. McNally is known for building effective, high-energy teams with a focus on specific, deliverable results. She has spent her career at Prudential in information security, information systems, financial management, and planning and analysis positions.
Rick Moyers is vice president for programs and communications at the Eugene and Agnes E. Meyer Foundation in Washington, DC. He has led Meyer’s nationally recognized capacity-building programs since joining the foundation as a program officer in 2003. From 1999 to 2003, Mr. Moyers was executive director of the Ohio Association of Nonprofit Organizations; from 1992 to 1999, he held senior staff positions at BoardSource. Mr. Moyers speaks frequently on nonprofit leadership, is the author of The Nonprofit Chief Executive’s Ten Basic Responsibilities (BoardSource), and is co-author of the Daring to Lead 2006 and 2011 national studies of nonprofit executive directors.
BoardSource has long recognized the critical role that boards play in overseeing their organizations’ mission, finance, and strategic direction. With nearly 25 years of hands-on experience working exclusively with nonprofit boards, BoardSource has become the go-to resource for funders, partners, and nonprofit leaders who want to magnify their impact within the community through exceptional governance practices. BoardSource supports a community of more than 60,000 individuals with customized diagnostics, in-person and virtual trainings, and original publications. BoardSource is a 501(c)(3) organization. For more information, visit http://www.boardsource.org.