Non-Profit Guidance for The Non-Profit Board Member

New Book by Joseph Medrano, ARM & Don Tenconi, Esq.

This book is a valuable training tool for non-profit board members. It outlines expectations and legal obligations of board members.  

Anyone who wants to be on a non-profit board should read this book first. 

Clayton, CA -- March 01, 2017 – Many people join a non-profit board without any idea of what is truly expected of them or what their legal obligations are as a 501 C 3 non-profit board member.

Non-Profit Guidance for The Non-Profit Board Member provides non-profits with a valuable tool to assist them with recruiting and training new board members. It will advise prospective board members of the expectations and obligations required of them by a 501 C 3 non-profit.

If after reading this book the individual still wants to be a board member, the non-profit will have a stronger, more productive and engaged board member going forward. It is also a quality and inexpensive training and reference guide for existing board members of a non-profit.  

Available at or The Non-Profit Guidance Center – 


“I didn’t know what I didn’t know. I will be having all of our board members read it.”
  - Nicole Martinez
EBARR – East Bay Animal Rescue & Refuge


About Authors

Joseph A Medrano, ARM
Joe has over 30-years of experience in providing risk management & insurance consulting for non-profits. He obtained his Associate in Risk Management(ARM) in 1993. He also developed the Non-Profit Guidance Center, an online resource center for non-profits.

Donald Tenconi, Esq.
With over 35 years of experience, Don is highly experienced in handling both litigation and non-litigation matters related to business and corporate law (corporations, limited liability companies and non-profit entities), Don has a passion for non-profits and formed a 501(c) 3 non-profit as well. 

Contact Information:
Joe Medrano
Non-Profit Guidance Center
a division of Insurance Management Corporation

P.O. Box 1217, Clayton, CA 94517
800.965.2955 x 805