This easy to use guide offers a template to help synthesize and organize your ED Board Report. It has been pilot tested by 2 ASOs with positive reviews. Feel free to amend it to meet your needs. The Executive Director’s report to the Board of Directors should inform, raise issues, ignite questions and evoke pride. After reading it, Board members should feel up-to-date on relevant, strategic-level issues, prepared to raise issues, ask questions and make decisions; and confident and enthusiastic about the organization and its work.