New York, NY —February 14, 2019— The Directors Academy, a national not-for-profit focused on identifying, developing and advancing the next generation of diverse board members and leaders, has launched a new podcast today, sponsored by Allegis Partners. The Craft of Governance shares unique perspectives on critical boardroom issues and best practices through a series of interviews with experienced board leaders and governance experts.
The first episode features James White, the chairman of the board of the Directors Academy and Adtalem Global Education and retired chairman and chief executive officer of Jamba Inc., discussing the transition from a board member to a board leader.
“We are pleased to launch The Craft of Governance podcast series with members of our NextGen Directors Program faculty who will highlight some of the critical governance issues now facing boards along with best practices of high-performing board leaders,” said Keith Meyer, host, president of the Directors Academy and Global Practice Leader, CEO & Board Practice with Allegis Partners.
Fans of the podcast can email Priscilla Bonilla at firstname.lastname@example.org to provide feedback and suggest topics.
About Directors Academy
Established in 2016 as a national 501(c)(3) not-for-profit, the Directors Academy is focused on identifying, developing and advancing the next generation of diverse board members and leaders. The Academy has developed a deep pipeline of “board ready” executives through the NextGen Directors Program and is actively working with public and private company boards to advance diversity in the boardroom. To learn more, visit http://www.directorsacademy.com.