From the Christian Science Monitor: "Bees Without Borders is a lean organization that goes only where invited. It has no board of directors or marketing department."
I went to this article, as I do with every article, curious about what if any mention is given of a nonprofit's board. Lo and behold, Bees Without Boarders has no board. It does have a founder who is apparently quite creative who is a beekkeeper with money. Bees also has volunteers. Do you see any problem like: who holds Bees and/or the exec accountable? Donors? Customers? Maybe and maybe that's enough.