About the New York Chapter
NACD-NY Board of Directors and Advisors
The mission of the New York Chapter of the National Association of Corporate Directors (NACD) is to take a leadership role in enhancing director effectiveness by providing a forum for educational content and peer interaction. Meetings focus on the practical aspects of board service with the latest developments and best practices in corporate governance. The Chapter seeks to reflect diverse perspectives, including new and experienced directors, CEOs, and subject matter experts. The Chapter also seeks to enhance the role of the NACD as the premier organization for boards and directors of U.S. business corporations and non-profits, providing an authoritative voice and vital forum on matters of policy and practice.
The New York Chapter's up-to-date and high quality programming is assured by our Chapter Board, which consists of experience public and private board members, and our Advisory Board, which consists of leading experts in the various aspects of corporate governance best practice. Programs address challenging topics and include interactive sessions with knowledgeable leaders from the world's financial and business center.
Convenient Times and Location
Programs are held in October, November, December, March, April and May at a convenient mid-town location. Programs begin at noon, include luncheon and are over by 2:00 PM.
Our programs benefit from the active participation of Chapter members and other invitees who attend, a group which includes directors and senior executives from many of the most highly respected public and private corporations in the country.
New York Chapter Programs count toward the credit hours needed toward a member director's NACD Board Leadership Fellowship.
Founded in 1977, the NACD is the premier source of corporate governance information, education, and training for directors and CEOs who are committed to raising standards and improving boardroom performance. NACD is independent, apolitical and non-profit.