A decade of explosive growth of new U.S. charities, combined with a stick-to-your-knitting economy, has led to a shortage of board diretors at nonprofits. Worst off are organizations with budgets under $10 million, which account for 95 percent of all U.S. nonprofits. As many as 3 million board seats are collecting dust, according to a report by the consulting firm Booz Allen Hamilton and Volunteer … [ Read more ]