Board Members Should Never Use Their Board Position for Personal Gain

Ohio community association board members are unpaid volunteers. Most association governing documents clearly stipulate that the board members “shall serve without compensation” or “shall be unpaid volunteers.” Under Ohio nonprofit corporate laws, board members are required to perform the duties of a director in good faith (known as the duty of care) and in a manner they believe to be in the best interests of the entire association (known as the duty of loyalty)     Read the article……….


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