The Board provides strategic leadership and mission focus. While operational governance rolls up to the Executive Director, the Board-Executive Director relationship is vital. Appropriate involvement by the Board to deliver additional oversight and a full range of problem solving is both critical and expected.



·       Provide executive-level partnership to the Executive Director through the ongoing development and implementation of our strategic plan.

·       Evaluate all programs, initiatives and ventures for alignment with our mission and long-term goals.

·       Support fiscal responsibility through approval of the annual budget and monthly financials, and advisement on decisions having financial or legal impact or risk. 

·       Actively partner in promoting membership growth and position recruitment.

·       Provide awesome and inspirational leadership consistent with our culture of respect, (non-hierarchal) collaboration and fun!



  • Natural leadership skills and affinity for people required to make a 100% volunteer (unpaid) organization succeed
  • Imagination to generate solutions for challenges foreseen and unexpected
  • Brainpower to evaluate programs and projects from a “big picture” perspective, including resourcing, “low funded” budgeting, cost/benefit assessment, risk mitigation and mission alignment
  • Experience with charitable or social-focused organizations, and bonus if with grant writing, philanthropy, or nonprofit financial modeling


Time Commitment
The board position requires a commitment of 8-10 hours per month for a minimum of two years. We offer a lot of flexibility in when and how you complete those hours and many of the tasks and responsibilities can be done remotely, working online, at a time that is convenient for you. This position does require mandatory attendance at a monthly board meeting (usually Tuesday evenings).

This is a volunteer position. There will be no financial compensation.