Meeting / Luncheon

Thursday, February 26
Valley Presbyterian Hospital
15107 Vanowen Street
Van Nuys, CA 91405

Speaker: Eve E. Fromberg-Edelstein, Esq.
Topic: Top 10 tips to running an effective board of directors

What would a really good board look like? Would we know one if we saw it in operation? The chief responsibility of any board is to be effective on behalf of the organization. The responsibilities of a solid board is to develop a strategic plan, be aware of facility needs, ensure financial soundness, governance, have a succession plan, and stewardship as its highest priorities.

Eve Fromberg-Edelstein, Esq. of Fromberg, Edelstein, Fromberg will share her expertise with us on these topics and more! Please join us to learn how you can help your organization have a model board.

Eve E. Fromberg-Edelstein was raised the Palm Springs area. Eve has been a member of the California Bar since December 1997. Ms. Fromberg-Edelstein graduated from the University of San Diego in 1994 and California Western Law School in 1997. Ms. Fromberg-Edelstein has practiced real estate, business and corporate law. In 2008, Eve was the CEO of Smile Factory, a local non-profit agency which provides free dental screenings and treatment to public school children. This experience gave her invaluable experience in working with non-profit organizations and knowledge of the day-to-day operational challenges they face.

Ms. Fromberg-Edelstein has provided corporate and governance counsel to several nonprofit clients. Ms. Fromberg-Edelstein other areas of practice include real estate and general business law. Eve is a member of the Desert Bar Association, California Bar Association, and the American Bar Association. Ms. Fromberg-Edelstein resides with her husband Mark and son Jack in Rancho Mirage. Eve is involved with many local organizations. She serves as a board member for Pathfinder Ranch, as a board member of The Foundation for Palm Springs Unified School District, as a board member for the Cielo Vista Charter School, and as the current board president of Palm Springs Pathfinders, a woman’s auxiliary organization.