Becoming a Strategic Board: Aligning Governance and Strategy
Serving as a member of a strategic board means going beyond the traditional role of governance and working closely with the executive team to set the organization’s direction for the future while promoting the mission of your organization. In today’s rapidly changing environment, boards need to be agile, adaptable, and forward-thinking to drive growth and ensure long-term success.
Join us on Wednesday, April 5 at 12 p.m. ET, for a webinar on becoming a strategic board, facilitated by Kellen’s Executive Vice President of Strategy, Brad Pryba, where we will explore key principles, practices, and tools needed to align governance and strategy.
During this webinar, you will learn:
- Basics of strategy
- The role of the board in shaping the organization’s strategic direction
- Effective practices for board oversight and decision-making
- Tools and frameworks for measuring and evaluating strategy
- How to build a culture of strategic thinking and collaboration
Whether you are a new board member or an experienced director looking to enhance your governance skills, this webinar will provide practical guidance and inspiration to help you become a more strategic board. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn and join the conversation on the future of board leadership.
Bradley Pryba, Esq., has extensive experience advising and representing associations, boards, and professional services firms. A lawyer by training, Brad has served professional associations and licensed professionals throughout New York State, and across the country, with strategic planning, board training and governance, government relations, lobbying, and general legal matters.
Brad has supported the missions of a variety of professional and trade associations in the accounting, psychology, and veterinary professions to name a few. He spent significant time with the New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants where he served as chief legal officer and head lobbyist. In his role at NYSSCPA, Brad guided three Boards of Directors, provided annual board training and compliance programs, oversaw the ethics process, spearheaded advocacy efforts, and ensured the smooth operation of the association’s governance and operational priorities.
In addition to his prior association work, Brad is a seasoned government relations professional where he has advanced legislation at the state level, handled administrative matters before state agencies, and interacted with local elected officials and agencies on behalf of clients spanning multiple industries including associations, professional services firms, hospital systems, pharmaceutical corporations, and educational institutions. He has also handled legal work including regulatory compliance and investigations, risk management, and ethics compliance and training.
Brad received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Middlebury College and a law degree from St. John’s University. He is a member of the New York State Bar.