The Mid America Cooperative Council (MACC) will be hosting a Board Succession Planning & Legal Challenges program on Tuesday, August 6, 2019 at Ag Credit, 610 W. Lytle Street., Fostoria, OH.
Topics on the program agenda include:
- Director Roles vs. Management Roles
- Steps of Strategic Planning – Visioning, Alignment
- Directors’ Legal Challenges
- Regulatory Compliance
- Succession Planning in the Boardroom
- Director Code of Conduct
- Case Studies
A featured program speaker will be Phil Kenkel, professor, Agricultural Economics, Oklahoma State University. Kenkle holds the Bill Fitzwater Cooperative Chair and is the editor of the Journal of Cooperatives. The speaker for the session focusing on legal challenges will be Carolyn Eselgroth, who has practiced law for more than 20 years, assisting with governance, contractual needs, and mergers and acquisitions of agricultural cooperatives, agricultural trade associations, check-off organizations, non-profit organizations, and a variety of farm and other businesses. Rod Kelsay, Executive Director for the Mid America Cooperative Council will review case studies and discuss succession planning. During this event, directors will learn ways to build a strong succession plan for their cooperative.
Don’t miss out on this educational and networking opportunity for directors of all cooperative sectors. The program on August 6 will begin at 8:45 a.m. and end at approximately 3:45 p.m.
The registration fee for MACC members is $210.00, and for nonmembers the registration fee is $365.00. The registration fee includes lunch. Scholarships may be available through the Ralph K. Morris Foundation. For scholarship information, visit: https://ralphkmorrisfoundation.org/app-guide/
To register for the Mid America Cooperative Council’s Board Succession Planning & Legal Challenges event, or for more information, please visit http://macc.coop/event-registration/?ee=114 or register by email at firstname.lastname@example.org and MACC will send you an invoice.