Chairman Bond Should Return to the Board as Chair
"America is poised for change with the election of the country's first
African American President and the NAACP should not only be a central part of
that change but should be the initiators and collaborators of this change,"
Over the past year alone, Chairman Bond has led the organization through the untimely departure of a President and CEO and the selection of a new one, numerous legal and legislative victories, voter registration and education initiatives, and been a steady voice as we have sought to maintain and raise the NAACP banner in this nation.
Now is the time for the organization to define its role in the political and social climate of this nation in light of a historic election, utilize a tremendous opportunity to enhance the brand and mission of the organization around a centennial celebration, seek to identify and secure new funding for the future of existing and emerging programs and initiatives, develop and recruit talented personnel, examine the organization's fiscal and governance structure, and finally excite a new generation of servant leaders that will see value in our mission.
The board should, as soon as possible, take a vote to ask Chairman Bond to
stay on for at least 12 months. At the same time, a task force should be
established to work with President and CEO
It is not in the best interest of the NAACP to have such an experienced
and key historical figure, like
SOURCE Perennial Strategy Group
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