FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
Quantum Governance, L3C names Jennie Boden President of Consulting Services
Posted January 11, 2021
Quantum Governance promotes Shannon Zayas to Director of Operations and expands their team to include adjunct consultants and a Governance Administrator.
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While our industry and the world at-large is facing historic disruption due to COVID-19, as a virtual organization Quantum Governance is able to continue serving our clients, and work in collaboration with our strategic partners to better support you at this time. Our intention is simply to aid you in every way we can because governance matters particularly now.
Quantum Governance, L3C is a dynamic team of experts in governance, strategy and fundraising designed to partner with your organization 100% virtually to help you reach your full leadership potential.
The Quantum Governance team has always operated remotely; conducting all of our work virtually with the exception of Board retreats and conference presentations. We are headquartered in northern Virginia but spread out along the East Coast from New Hampshire to North Carolina. We have built our practice on innovations in communication and technology that bring us face-to-face with clients every day. We can asses the governance and leadership culture of your nonprofit, corporation, credit union, foundation or association through virtual communication technologies and custom but independent online assessments fine-tuned through years of experience. We will never lose sight of the importance of the human element. Our coaching and mentoring services, workshops, trainings and other practices aimed at professional and leadership development remain face-to-face through the brilliance of video conferencing.
THE STATE OF CREDIT UNION GOVERNANCE, 2020 REPORT IS HERE!
Co-authored by Quantum Governance, L3C and The David and Sharon Johnston Centre for Corporate Governance Innovation of the Rotman School of Management and published by CUES.
Building on The State of Credit Union Governance, 2018 Report, the 2020 Report offers a look at current trends in credit union governance and leadership that credit unions can use to strengthen their boards.