Workshop: There’s a New Board in Town

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  • April 5, 2019
    10:00 am - 1:00 pm

Your co-op has had an election meeting and now there is a new board. Maybe there are no new people on the board or maybe everyone is new. No matter what the outcome of the election, you have a role to play in seeing the board off to a great start. How can you help shape the first meeting so directors can get up to speed on operations, review the board’s many responsibilities, and begin to set goals and make plans?

What information and reports can you provide to this meeting?  What are the priorities of a new board? How can staff help to guide a new board as it moves forward?

Brynne Teall is highly experienced co-op manager with over 35 years of working with boards on their transition meetings. She will share what she has learned with workshop participants.


120 Cornwall Street, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, M5A 4K5


Oak Street Housing Co-op, located in downtown Toronto, has provided quality, secure and affordable housing since 1985. The people who live here, or “members,” run the co-op. Members have equal voting rights and make all major decisions. All members are expected to participate in the running of the co-op.