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Burgers + Boards: How to Be the Best Board Member You Can Be (YAP Lunch + Learn)
Wednesday, May 29, 2019 11:30am - 1:00pm
Gain board leadership skills while you enjoy burgers from Tucker’s Onion Burgers!
Serving on a nonprofit board grants you access to opportunities for connections and leadership growth. Find out how you can expand your professional network and increase your knowledge of the roles and responsibilities of nonprofit boards.
Simulcast Option: Can't join us in person? Sign up for the simulcast option, you'll miss the burgers but you can always order delivery!
YAP Lunch + Learn Programs: These events are designed to address issues unique to young professionals by providing expert speakers on topics important to you. Lunch is included as part of the registration fee. Food will be served at 11:30 a.m., and the CPE program will begin at 12:00 p.m. The YAP Lunch + Learn programs are sponsored by the Young Accounting Professionals Committee.
- Discover how board service provides opportunities for personal and professional growth.
- Explore the ways nonprofit organizations achieve their missions.
- Find out how you can help foster stronger communities.
- Increase your nonprofit board knowledge in the areas of board roles and strategies.
- Debby Hampton (view bio)
Oklahoma Young Accounting Professionals
Debby Hampton has served as the president and CEO of United Way of Central Oklahoma since 2010. Prior to that, she was president and CEO of the Oklahoma Center for Nonprofits for four years. Debby spent 16 years with the American Red Cross of Central Oklahoma, including the last four years as CEO. A graduate of the University of Oklahoma, Debby serves on the boards of Leadership Oklahoma City, The Alliance of Economic Development of Oklahoma City, Healthy Living and Fitness, Inc., and Oklahoma City University Kramer School of Nursing. She also serves on the Oklahoma City University Advisory Committee for the Nonprofit Leadership Program. Debby is a proud alum of Leadership Oklahoma, Leadership Oklahoma City and Leadership Tulsa’s Executive Series. She currently serves on the United Way Worldwide United States Membership Accountability Committee. Debby is an active member of Rotary Club 29 and Committee of One Hundred. She has been recognized as a Byliner Honoree by the Oklahoma City Chapter of the Association of Women in Communications, and she received the 2013 Community Services Award from the Conference of Churches. The Oklahoma Hall of Fame honored Debby as the 2015 recipient of the Lee Allan Smith Oklahoma Legacy Award. She received the 2016 Distinguished Leadership Award from Leadership Oklahoma City and the 2016 Compassionate Citizen of the Year Award from Oklahoma Foundation for the Disabled, Inc.