Our advisory board is our greatest asset.
Being as “advisor” means listing your name and bio on our website as a resource to those involved with the Florence Belsky Foundation. You become a potential ally for other advisors, including those looking for someone with your expertise for career advice and/or for hiring you. It means we have vetted you and you are a member of our creative community and share our values.
Advisors are non-voting volunteers who assist in furthering the mission of the Florence Belsky Charitable Foundation by attending events, posting their biographies on our website, and being available to share ideas with other advisors.
We have 3 main programs available to our advisors:
1) Our ‘Pick 3’ Program, where you pick up to 3 other advisors you want to meet. We will then try to make the introductions (conversely, someone may want you as a person to “meet” virtually),
2) our Women Who Lunch program, which is our women’s network, which meets face to face in various cities every few months over lunch,
3) and our First Mondays events, which is our general, live networking event that takes place quarterly in NY and LA. Our First Mondays attendees have also formed a few committees underneath the Florence Belsky Foundation banner, such as our Music Committee and our Film Committee, and plan events and showcases for the rest of the foundation. Don’t worry if you can’t make a meeting, as they meet virtually most often!
By being an advisor, you can post “news” and events on our website and on our social media groups. If your news or event is particularly significant or interesting, there is a chance we will cover you or your event on our positive news website, www.nectarnews.org.
To become an advisor, simply complete the form below. Please take a few moments to view the Advisory Board Rules and Guidelines before you apply. By completing the application form, you consent to the posting of your biography on our website. For more information, see Disclaimer.
Advisor Badge: All registered advisors may use this graphic on websites and email signatures.