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Coastal Pines Technical College Foundation Receives Role Model Board Certification

November 11, 2019 03:27 PM

Coastal Pines Technical College (CPTC) Foundation received the Role Model Board Certification at the Technical College Foundation Association of Georgia Leadership Meeting recently held in Savannah, Georgia.  This is the third year in a row that the CPTC Foundation has received this certification. The Technical College Foundation Association of Georgia (TCFA) is a membership organization that represents the 25 TCSG-College affiliated foundations and over 600 trustees statewide.

The TCFA Role Model Foundation Board Certification is an honor bestowed on the TCSG foundations that:

  • Engage in best practices in nonprofit governance, board management, and operations;
  • Have policies in place to ensure compliance with state and federal regulations, especially in financial matters;
  • Are led by a Board of Trustees whose members are actively engaged in the foundation’s development activities; and
  • Support the professional development and state-level participation of their Trustees, Executive Director and college advancement personnel.

The TCFA Role Model Foundation Board Certification is an annual certification process. Those foundations who complete the application by the established deadline and who have met all the requirements will be recognized at the Fall Leadership Conference. Each year, foundations, all trustees and advancement personnel must meet the requirements for Certification established by the Delegate Council.

For more information on the CPTC Foundation, please visit www.cptcfoundation.com.

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Pictured from Left to right – Anne Kaiser, Chair for TCSG Board of Directors; Larry Paulk, Chairman of CPTC Foundation Board of Trustees; Stephanie Roberts, Director of Institutional Advancement for CPTC, Dr. Glenn Deibert, President of CPTC, and John DeVeer, TCFA Board of Trustees

 

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