Board Secretary

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Our board

Rev. Dr. Sandy Range – Board Chair/CEO


Misha Thomas – Board Co-Chair


Jasmin Davis Shearer – (Acting) Secretary/Paladin Director

Position

Secretary


Records minutes and the roll call at meetings. Schedules all meetings with notice to participants requesting an RSVP. Maintains records. Oversees membership lists. Provides safekeeping of all official contracts and records. Publishes notices of scheduled meetings as required in the bylaws. Track board member terms of service. Ensure that key contact information for the organization’s leadership team is current. May have other duties as requested by the Board.

Desired skills
*required
Human Resources, Legal, Public Relations, Strategy Consulting, Board*, Communications*, Management*
When Initially 3-4 times per month -
Where Zoom
Commitment 1 to 3 hours/month
Donation We strive for 100% board giving, but have no strict guidelines around financial contributions.
Requirements

Please be aware that this Board will not have a hierarchical/patriarchal structure and that every member has equal rights and authority. (see bylaws).


Must have a strong spiritual/animist base, an open mind, and reverence for our BIPOC elders. Effective communication skills (empathizing, listening, speaking, observing, etc.). Must be representative and/or strongly supportive of the BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color) grandmothers we seek to serve. Be in support of a healthy eco-environment. Believe that our elders have rights to fresh air, clean sustainable environments, organic foods, and a place to hone and practice whatever spiritual, metaphysical, medicine-based practices they have.

On-boarding

If you are interested in particpating as a Board or Committee or Ad Hoc member, please submit your resume or CV.  If approved we will invite you to an interview via Zoom.  If approved, next steps will be the Board Application and Agreemement. All Board members are asked to commit to three (3) years of service.

Our mission

The Grandmothers Village Project is a not-for-profit organization founded to uphold and provide respect, honor, and care for our Elders, centering on our Grandmothers. Our mission is to foster a healthy and sustainable environment; promote social, economic, environmental, housing, food, and spiritual justice, and strengthen democracy for our BIPOC Elder Women/Grandmothers, and Grandfathers.

Causes
Environment, Health, Hunger, Poverty, Senior Services, Social Justice & Equality