The Nonprofit Board Fellowship

Connecting students and community organizations for leadership development and hands-on impact.

The Nonprofit Board Fellowship (NBF) introduces MBA students to the intrinsic value of board service, through a foundational curriculum that blends the concepts of board governance, servant leadership, and diversity and inclusion with an academic year of service as non-voting board members with local nonprofit organizations.

The fellows attend monthly board meetings and committee meetings, and are involved in projects that make a direct impact on their organizations.

NBF is a collaboration between the UB School of Management’s Center for Leadership and Organizational Effectiveness and the school’s Career Resource Center.

Co-directors: Molly Anderson and Carrie Gardner

Meet the Fellows (2021-22)

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Connor Clinton
MBA, ’22
Nonprofit: Leadership Buffalo
A word to describe myself: Excited

Jordan Daniels
MBA, ’22
Nonprofit: Community Foundation for Greater Buffalo
A word to describe myself: Communicator

Contact Us

Center for Leadership and Organizational Effectiveness
School of Management
University at Buffalo
UB Downtown Gateway
77 Goodell St., Suite 201
Buffalo, NY 14203

Tel:  716-645-2235
Fax: 716-645-2863
mgt-cloe@buffalo.edu

Meet our Team

Malkijah Griffiths
MPH/MBA, ’22
Nonprofit: Buffalo Prenatal Perinatal Network
A word to describe myself: Testing

Andrew Hoke
MBA, ’22
Nonprofit: Arts Services Inc.
A word to describe myself: Curious

Meredith Kaplan
MBA, ’22
Nonprofit: United Way of Buffalo & Erie County
A word to describe myself: Unconventional

Sydney March
MBA, ’22
Nonprofit: Gliding Stars Inc.
A word to describe myself: Passionate

Briana McIntyre
MBA, ’22
Nonprofit: Horizon Health Services
A word to describe myself: Considerate

Himani Priya
MBA, ’22
Nonprofit: WNY STEM Hub
A word to describe myself: Human

Philipp Schneider
MBA, ’22
Nonprofit: Cradle Beach
A word to describe myself: Persistent

Kennethea Wilson
MBA, ’23
Nonprofit: WNY Women’s Foundation
A word to describe myself: Change-maker