Illustration by Federico Tramonte

The advisory board of an embedded seminary is a tether holding the school in relationship to a founding denomination and/or constituent congregations, and plays a role in attending to the school’s mission. Advisors are a ready source of guidance, advice, and fresh perspectives and act as ambassadors and advocates within their local spheres of influence.

From The In Trust Center’s Five things for a high-performing advisory board


Question for Consideration

Are your advisory board members clear about what’s expected of them, and do they feel adequately prepared and resourced to succeed in their roles?


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