Karen Bond has more than 25 years of experience in nonprofit management, operations, training and organizational development. Karen is president of Executive Alliance. She brings this panel a high level of engagement and a track record of helping boards begin the conversation on the benefits of a diverse membership.
In 2017, Karen became the third executive director of Boys Hope Girls Hope of Baltimore. Prior to joining BHGH, she served as Senior Director of External Relations for Johns Hopkins University Center for Talented Youth. Karen has worked to deliver results in all three sectors: public, private and nonprofit. Active in Baltimore’s education and philanthropic community, Karen has served on the boards of the Baltimore Museum of Art, the Maryland Association of Non-profits, Friends School, Meals on Wheels and the GBC Leadership Board. Karen brings a high level of energy and experience to helping boards add women directors and increase diversity within their organizations. She holds degrees from Duke University (A.B., English and Political Science) and John Hopkins University (M.S., Applied Behavior Science).