Washington, D.C. — Seven key companies serving independent schools are Charter Members of the NBOA Corporate Circle, a program just launched by the National Business Officers Association (NBOA).
The program is designed for NBOA Business Partner members that support NBOA at exceptional levels and demonstrate a year-round commitment to NBOA programs, products, services, and membership, to help advance sound business practices of independent schools.
Charter Members of the NBOA Corporate Circle include:
“The work that NBOA does to serve business officers and the independent school community would not be possible without the support of many Business Partner members, and these seven companies have committed at an outstanding level of support this year,” said NBOA Executive Director Jeff Shields, FASAE, CAE. “We thank them for assisting us with the launch of the Corporate Circle by stepping up and helping us advance our mission through our programs and services. These Business Partners are not just supporting NBOA through their actions—they are supporting world-class business operations at independent schools nationwide.”
To become an NBOA Corporate Circle member, companies provide support to a growing NBOA membership, underwriting NBOA research initiatives and delivering NBOA professional development programs.
Companies interested in joining the NBOA Corporate Circle should contact, Chris Kalavsky, NBOA Manager of Member Services & Corporate Relations Chris Kalavsky at 202-407-7146 or email@example.com.
NBOA develops, delivers, and promotes best business practices to advance independent schools. Founded in 1998, NBOA is the only national association that solely supports the role of the independent school business officer and focuses on financial and operational solutions for independent schools. For more information, visit www.nboa.net.