Institutional Governance and the Trustees of Anatolia College
by Serge Hadji-Mihaloglou

This cogent case study, analyzes the corporate governance of Anatolia College, a leading educational institution in Greece located in Thessaloniki. More generally, it is an introduction to the structure, composition, culture, and challenges of the Boards of Trustees governing American nonprofit organizations (NPO’s). The focus is on how such boards are set up to best fulfill their oversight and fundraising responsibilities. As Greece reviews governance, financing, and development issues, Anatolia’s time-tested and successful NPO model is noteworthy. Well-run NPO’s couple private initiative, leadership and funding with state enablement in legal and tax regulation. They facilitate developing services for the common good guided by community needs. Serge Hadji-Mihaloglou is a New York corporate lawyer and Anatolia Alumnus and Trustee. Preliminary remarks headed by Thessaloniki Mayor Yiannis Boutaris and Aristotle University Law Professor Anastasia Grammaticaki-Alexiou underscore the contribution of this original work.

  • Book presentation on June 1st 2013, at Anatolia College, by Professor Van Coufoudakis, President of the Hellenic Quality Assurance and Accreditation Agency (H.Q.A.), Rector Emeritus at the University of Nicosia, Cyprus, Dean Emeritus College of Arts and Sciences, Indiana University-Purdue University. (Click Here)

  • Book review by Dr. Constantine G. Hadjiyannakis, Lawyer, Former Professor at Pantios University, in Armenopoulos, the Thessaloniki Bar Law Journal, Issue 5, May 2013 (in Greek) (Click Here)

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