Due to the COVID-19 crisis, SA2020 has cancelled this year’s The Board Game.

If you have any questions about The Board Game, please contact info@SA2020.org.

The Board Game

A leadership development training and matching program for nonprofit board service

Under Civic Engagement, San Antonians envisioned a city that “cultivates inspired and effective leaders in selfless service to the community.” SA2020 recently surveyed 144 Nonprofit Partners and identified an opportunity for cultivating leadership and service through 600 nonprofit board openings.

The Board Game invites San Antonians to learn how to successfully apply and serve on a nonprofit board. Given the importance of representing the communities we serve, people of color (especially women and gender non-conforming folks of color), people who live in City Council Districts 2-7, and folks under the age of 40 are encouraged to apply. Based on the current needs of Nonprofit Partners, people with experience in fundraising, marketing and public relations/communications, technology, advancing equity, and strategic planning are also encouraged to apply. At the training, SA2020 will match participants to current board openings with Nonprofit Partners.

Thank you to our committee members!

Nonprofit Team

Nicole Amri (SAY Sí)
Denise Barkhurst (Big Brothers Big Sisters of South Texas)
Evelyn Delgado (Healthy Futures of Texas)
Dawn Dixon (CONNECT + ABILITY at Warm Springs)
Jeremy Garcia (Rays of Relief)
Erica Hurtak (SA2020 and San Antonio Economic Development Foundation)
Kim Jefferies (Brighton Center)
Abigail Moore (San Antonio Council on Alcohol & Drug Awareness)
Chris Rodriguez (Woodlawn Theatre)

Recruitment Team

Anthony Betori (Healthy Futures of Texas and SA Youth)
Marcae’ Bryant-Omosor (USAA and Woodlawn Theatre)
Brittany Castro (USAA)
Patrick Elizondo (Emerging Leaders Council)
Lisa Marie Gomez (San Antonio Chamber of Commerce and City Year San Antonio)
Victoria L. Gonzalez-Gerlach (Mayor’s Office)
Tiffany Grant (San Antonio Independent School District)
Sonia Jasso (San Antonio Council on Alcohol & Drug Awareness and St. Mary’s University)
Maggie Wilmoth (Keller Williams and Woodlawn Theatre)

The Board Game has been a superior professional development resource that delivered instrumental board service education, invaluable networking connections, and vital tools to elevate my board governance to the next level. My professional development network has expanded exponentially to strategically root me in the San Antonio community and connect me with strong leaders that provide key mentorship and guidance. I am a new transplant to the area with quaint connections and was able to effectively leverage SA2020 to land a Board of Directors position.

— Marcae’ Bryant-Omosor