|The Directors are responsible for establishing policy and overseeing the general management and programmatic operations of the Corporation; appointing and establishing the compensation level of the Executive Director of the Corporation; creating and designating such special committees as it may deem necessary; approving the Corporation's annual budget, representing the Corporation in the community; and adopting such rules, policies and regulations, as it may from time to time deem advisable for the orderly conduct of the affairs of the Corporation.
|An ideal candidate would be community oriented, have management and life experience that would help us broaden our understanding of what Family ACCESS and its clients need so we can better serve our community. An ideal candidate would have the desire to be part of the DEI education of a community-based organization, that is very much part of the fabric of the city. We are fortunate to have 100 years of experience, along with a committed leadership and staff.
We are looking for Board members who will help us continue to deliver critical services while teaching us to better understand the diversity of our clients and the challenges they face every day.
|Board, Business Development, Communications, Finance, Fundraising, Human Resources, Marketing, Strategy Consulting
|Generally the last Tuesday of every month from 7:00pm to 8:30pm
|Post Covid-19 we are still meeting virtually
|1 to 3 hours/month
|We strive for 100% board giving, but have no strict guidelines around financial contributions.
|GIVE: Board members are expected to make a personally meaningful financial contribution.
GIVE/GET: Board members are expected to participate in fundraising activities & events, no specific amount stated.
Attend 10 meetings per year, 1.5 hours in length and are held virtually on weekday evenings.
Join at least 1 Committee
|Onboarding of new Members is the responsibility of the Board Chair, Executive Director and the Board Affairs Committee. We are currently reviewing our onboarding procedures but our goal is to make new Members feel welcomed and appreciated from day one. We want them to develop a sense of purpose and belonging. We want them to understand expectations and goals. They should have access to all important Board documentation and ideally be partnered with a mentor. The goal of onboarding is to ensure that new Members can confidently speak to the mission, vision, and goals of both the Agency and the Board itself.
To empower and strengthen families and the community by providing programs that nurture child development, promote effective parenting skills and supports working parents.
Children, Education, Health