Structure & Operating Committees

Committees

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General Board Director Responsibilities

  • Consistent attendance at regular board meetings;
  • Participates on at one least committee and/task force;
  • Participates in the fund-raising activities of the organization in a manner appropriate for that board director; and
  • Preparation in advance before regular board meetings by reading and studying materials sent in advance regarding key actions the board is expected to take at the next meeting.
  • Is a Member of NAAAHR.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

  • Knowledge of and commitment to NAAAHR-GNY’s mission
  • Strong content knowledge and experience in an needed area of expertise
  • Demonstrated leadership, project and team management skills gained through employment, education,  nonprofit management or nonprofit boards

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Budget and Finance Committee

Role: The Finance Committee is responsible for fiscal oversight and management.  This central group prepares the organization’s budget and develops appropriate procedures for budget preparation to ensure consistency between the budget and the organization’s plans.

Responsibilities

  • Oversees and records all the organization’s financial transactions including collection of funds and the disbursement of resources
  • Ensures that funds are spend properly specifically concerning funder’s requests
  • Designs financial reports that offer a comprehensive view of the financial health of the Association
  • To recommend selection of the auditor and work with the auditor, unless there is a separate audit committee
  • To assist in all fundraising efforts to ensure efforts are carried out as planned and in a sound financial manner.  This will prevent or reduce overspend, ill-advised commitments, lack of attention to detail and fiscal irresponsibility

Time Expectations

  • Ability to spend an average of 2-3 hours a week throughout the year
  • Ability to attend the committee meetings and NAAAHR functions for general membership

Structure: 3-5 members

Chair: Leads and manages the committees’ activities and reports monthly to the Board on the organization’s financial health, any financial irregularities, concerns and opportunities.  If unable attend, submit a report to the President beforehand on your committees’ activities.

Education:B.A or B.S. in Accounting or Business Administration with accounting emphasis; advanced degree desirable

Experience:

  • Minimum 5- 10 years of accounting and management experience, nonprofit experience is preferred  
  • Demonstrated success in motivating, managing and leading professional teams
  • Demonstrated experience in all aspects of financial management esp. nonprofits
  • Demonstrated abilities in project management and team building

Skills, Knowledge and Abilities:

  • Proficient; excellent, demonstrable knowledge in accounting systems software
  • Skills in using major software programs such as Word, Excel, MS Outlook etc. as well as an appreciation for the role of technology in the successful management of a nonprofit organization
  • Knowledge of nonprofit accounting procedures, tax regulations, budgeting, account forecasting and reporting
  • Able to generate monthly, quarterly, and annual finance reports
  • Excellent interpersonal, presentation, verbal, and written communications skills
  • Ability to interact successfully with auditors, bankers,  etc. and collaborate with Board members
  • Ability to establish/manage priorities and to meet deadlines
  • Ability to work independently a must have a keen ability to solve problem and think creatively
  • Experience in reporting to a Board and building board relations is desired
  • Working knowledge of philanthropic and economic trends affecting the nonprofit community
  • Ability to motivate and appropriately utilize volunteers

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Membership Committee

Role: – This key committee determines and responds to the NAAAHR-GNY  members’ needs  

Responsibilities

  • Establish and implement goals of membership recruitment and retention plan.
  • Contact all new active members personally by phone or email to welcome them to NAAAHR-GNY and invites them to the next meeting and extend the Chapter’s resources.
  • Respond to disgruntled members’ calls and solicit feedback for improvement.
  • Contact prospective members by phone or email to invite them to join NAAAHR-GNY.
  • Determine and implement methods to recognize and reward members
  • Involve members in Chapter committees, programs, and activities
  • Ensure that membership benefits are listed  on all print and online media
  • Actively seeks to enhance benefits to meet the needs of membership.
  • Manage membership database
  • Contact delinquent members prior to cancellation and encourage them to renew.
  • Greet and introduce new members and prospective members at Chapter meetings.
  • Actively recruit new members at networking events, trade shows and meetings.
  • Develop and review satisfaction surveys.
  • Identify new member benefits and services based on member feedback collected, as well as enhancements to existing member benefits.
  • Develop/Revise Annual Membership Recruitment and Retention Plan
  • Contact lapsed members to evaluate and respond to unmet needs not by the Chapter

Time Expectations:

  • Ability to spend an average of 2-3 hours a week throughout the year
  • Ability to hold at least 5-10 telephone calls a month
  • Ability to attend most of the NAAAHR functions for general membership

Structure: 5-10 members

Chair:

  • Leads and manages the committees’ activities and reports monthly to the Board.  If unable attend, submit a report to the President beforehand on your committees’ activities.
  • Attend each Board meeting.
  • Ability to attend regular program meetings
  • Ability to make from 10 to 20 telephone calls a month

Education: B.A. or B.S. degree or equivalent experience
Experience:

  • Minimum 5 years of leadership and management experience, nonprofit experience is preferred
  • Proven track record of setting and meeting membership targets
  • Proven effectiveness in outreach and event planning
  • Experience working with database management
  • Work experience with non-profit organization is desirable.
  • Familiarity with human resource management required.

Skills, Knowledge and Abilities:

  • Skilled in using major software programs such as Word, Excel, MS Outlook etc. as well as an appreciation for the role of technology in the successful management of a nonprofit organization. Skilled in social media
  • Excellent interpersonal, communication, project management, writing & editing skills
  • Demonstrated success in motivating, managing and leading professional teams
  • Excellent presentation, verbal, and written communications skills
  • Ability to engage new members one-on-one and in groups settings
  • Ability to motivate and appropriately utilize volunteers
  • Experience in reporting to a Board and building board relations is desired
  • Working knowledge of philanthropic and economic trends affecting the nonprofit community
  • Ability and desire to keep current with Human Resource Management
  • Ability to work evenings and weekends, as needed

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Outreach and Volunteer Management

Role:  This is committee engages membership involvement and generates volunteers for the other committees.

Responsibilities

  • Keep informed about on-going committee volunteer requirements.  Recruit volunteers for specific and general needs.
  • Facilitate sign-up process. Perform initial screening and referral to appropriate Board committees.
  • Gather and maintain volunteer lists including, volunteer names, addresses, phone numbers, email addresses, and areas of interest.  Verify and update this information on a quarterly basis.
  • Ensure that Volunteer Opportunities are publicized at all NAAAHR events and in all communications to members.
  • Work with the VP Membership manager to develop questions relating to volunteerism in membership survey.
  • Plan some event during the year to encourage members to become more active.

Time Expectations:

  • Ability to spend an average of 2-3 hours a week throughout the year
  • Ability to hold at least 10-20 telephone calls a month
  • Ability to attend most of the NAAAHR functions for general membership

Structure: 3-5 members

Chair:

  • Leads and manages the committees’ activities and reports monthly to the Board.
  • Attend each Board meeting, if possible.  If you cannot attend, submit a report to the President beforehand on your committees’ activities.
  • Ability to attend as many regular program meetings as possible
  • Ability to make from 20 to 40 telephone calls a month.

Education: B.A. or B.S. degree or equivalent experience

Experience: 

  • Minimum 5 years of volunteer leadership and management experience in nonprofit setting preferred
  • Proven effectiveness in outreach and event planning
  • Experience working with database management
  • Familiarity with human resource management required.

Skills, Knowledge and Abilities:

  • Skills in using major software programs such as Word, Excel, MS Outlook etc. as well as an appreciation for the role of technology in the successful management of a nonprofit organization
  • Excellent communication, project management, organization, writing and editing skills
  • Demonstrated success in motivating, managing and leading professional teams
  • Ability to engage new members one-on-one and in groups settings
  • Ability to motivate, appropriately utilize and match volunteers
  • Experience in reporting to a Board and building board relations is desired
  • Working knowledge of philanthropic and economic trends affecting the nonprofit community
  • Skilled in social media
  • Ability and desire to keep current with Human Resource Management
  • Ability to work evenings and weekends, as needed

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Fundraising Committee

Role: – This committee leads the Board’s participation in the development of the long-term financial stability of NAAAHR-GNY through fundraising.  This includes, but is not limited to, individual donor management, sponsorships, and grant writing.

Responsibilities:

  • Create  and implement Fund-raising Strategic Plan including a case for support that is compelling and connected to the core priorities of the organization
  • Reports to Board monthly on the lead generation client partnership cultivation of sponsors, private donators, in-kind sponsors and etc
  • Manage donor relations, including timely and accurate reports on partnership opportunities, grant reporting and partnership tracking
  • Research, solicit and secure funding opportunities for
    • General Operating
    • Monthly Membership Meetings
    • Career Fair
    • Collegiate Summit
    • No Limits Career  Day
    • Scholarship and Awards Dinner
    • Senior Advisory Breakfast
  • Work with Fundraising committee to develop, present and implement short and long term strategies for partnership
  • Work strategically with Communications & Branding committee  to create donor communication materials to solicit, encourage and thank donors, build brand visibility across the tri-state market., communicate NAAAHR-GNY’s value proposition for donors
  • Work strategically with Strategic Planning committee –to identify and secure key strategic partnership opportunities and create long-term plan and objectives for revenue growth
  • Board Solicitation – ensure 100% participation of Board in “give & get” support efforts.
  • Work strategically with Membership and Events Committee to coordinate and execute fundraising events

Time Expectations:

  • Ability to spend an average of 2-3 hours a week throughout the year
  • Ability to hold at least 10-20 telephone calls a month
  • Ability to attend most of the NAAAHR-GNY functions for general membership

Structure: 5-10 members.  Committees and subcommittees can be composed of members and non-board members.

Chair:

  • Leads and manages the committees’ activities and reports monthly to the Board.
  • Establishes, participates and coordinates sub committees’ as needed
  • Attend each Board meeting, if possible.  If unable attend, submit a report to the President beforehand on your committees’ activities.
  • Ability to attend as many regular program meetings as possible
  • Ability to make from 20 to 40 telephone calls a month.

Education: B.A. or B.S. degree or equivalent experience

Experience:

  •  Minimum 5 years of fundraising management experience in nonprofit setting preferred
  • Proven effectiveness in raising funds, strategic planning and management
  • Experience working with database management
  • Familiarity with all aspects of fundraising highly desired

Skills, Knowledge and Abilities:

  • Skilled in using major software programs such as Word, Excel, MS Outlook etc. as well as an appreciation for the role of technology in the successful management of a nonprofit organization.
  • Excellent communication, project management, organization, writing and editing skills
  • Demonstrated success in motivating, managing and leading professional teams
  • Ability to solicit donations one-on-one,  in groups settings
  • Ability to motivate, appropriately utilize and match volunteers
  • Experience in reporting to a Board and building board relations is desired
  • Working knowledge of philanthropic and economic trends affecting the nonprofit community
  • Skilled in social media
  • Ability and desire to keep current with Human Resource Management
  • Ability to work evenings and weekends, as needed

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Events Committee:

This committee, and sub committees, designs and executes the entire event planning process for NAAAHR-GNY events.  The Events Committee works with the Communications Committee, Membership and the Volunteer Committee in planning, publicizing, staffing and staging these events.

  • Works with the Communications Committee, Membership and the Volunteer Committees to develop of the NAAAHR-GNY events  calendar and programming
  • Coordinates , plans, and stages events collaboratively with other committees
  • Solicit and secure event speakers and venues
  • Sends out reminders & agendas, etc to the committee regarding meetings and events
  • Provides on-site logistic coordination and support
  • Maintains records of all events for future years
  • Collects donations (door prizes, etc.) for events
  • Provides, at the end of activity report to the Board. The report is to include recommendations for the future operation of the Committee.
  • Provides proposed budget and expenditure reports at each meeting
  • Plan events on a “break-even” basis at a minimum; and to generate a profit.

The following are events planned for 2010

  • Monthly Membership Meetings
  • Career Fair
  • Collegiate Summit
  • No Limits Career  Day
  • Awards Dinner
  • Senior Advisory Council

Time Expectations:

  • Ability to spend an average of 3-5 hours a week throughout the year
  • Ability to hold at least 10-20 telephone calls a month
  • Ability to attend most of the NAAAHR-GNY functions for general membership

Structure: 5-10 members.  Committees and subcommittees can be composed of members and non-board members.

Chair:

  • Leads and manages the committees’ activities and reports monthly to the Board.
  • Establishes, participates and coordinates sub committees’ as needed
  • Attend each Board meeting, if possible.  If unable attend, submit a report to the President beforehand on your committees’ activities.
  • Ability to attend regular program meetings
  • Ability to make from 20 to 40 telephone calls a month.

Education: B.A. or B.S. degree or equivalent experience
Experience:

  • Minimum 5 years of events management experience required, nonprofit setting preferred
  • Proven effectiveness in raising strategic planning, volunteer  and budget management
  • Experience working with databases
  • Familiarity with all aspects of fundraising highly desired

Skills, Knowledge and Abilities:

  • Skilled in using major software programs such as Word, Excel, MS Outlook etc. as well as an appreciation for the role of technology in the successful management of a nonprofit organization.
  • Excellent communication, project management, organization, writing and editing skills
  • Demonstrated success in motivating, managing and leading professional teams
  • Strong logistic coordination skills
  • Ability to motivate, appropriately utilize and match volunteers
  • Experience in reporting to a Board and building board relations is desired
  • Working knowledge of philanthropic and economic trends affecting the nonprofit community
  • Skilled in social media
  • Understanding trends in Human Resource Management
  • Ability to work evenings and weekends, as needed
  • Ability to interact successfully with external partners and collaborate with Board members

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Board Development Committee

Role:

This committee is an ongoing, year-round function: prospecting, contacting, recruiting, orienting, supporting, providing ongoing training, and evaluating board directors.  Three sub-committees comprise this, Nominating and On-Boarding.

Responsibilities

Recruitment:

  • Establish year-round committees
  • Match board recruitment and development activities with the requirements and demands called for by the strategic goals
  • Review  the mission, vision, goals and strategies, and then determines any new skills, knowledge, personal contacts and other attributes future board directors will need to possess
  • Create a profile of the current board using a matrix designed for this purpose for use in board recruitment planning.
  • Define sought-after expertise, knowledge, skills, experience are arranged down the side of the matrix.  The names of current board directors are listed along the top of the matrix. The Committee then uses the matrix to complete the profile
  • Identify the gap between the skills and knowledge needed on the board
  • Assist developing  a written board director job description.
  • A personalized cover letter that informs the prospect of the board’s interest in them, a brief description of the recruitment and nominations process, and asking if they would like to be considered for board directorship.
  • Response form that the prospect can return indicating they would like more information and/or they want to be considered for board directorship.

Nominating:

  • Schedule and conduct orientation sessions with nominated board directors
  • Explain fully the Role:s and responsibilities of the board as whole as well as individual directors
  • Create a slate of names that is then brought to the full board for action
  • Contact selected and declined board members
  • Develop and distributed contact of new board members

On Boarding:

Develop and conduct orientation of the following:

  • Welcome and introductions
  • Overview of the mission, vision and goals of the organization.
  • Overview of the bylaws, the Role:s and responsibilities of the Board of Directors.
  • Review of the individual board director job description detailing specific expectations (for example, committee work, meeting attendance, involvement in community outreach and fund-raising, etc.)
  • Opportunity for board prospects to ask questions
  • Next steps (this depends on the manner in which new members are brought on to the organization board; for example, will there be an election or will the Board Development Committee.

Time Expectations:

  • Ability to spend an average of 2-3 hours a week throughout the year
  • Ability to hold at least 5-10 telephone calls a month
  • Ability to attend most of the NAAAHR-GNY functions for general membership

Structure: 2-3 members

Chair:

  • Leads and manages the committees’ activities and reports monthly to the Board.
  • Establishes, participates and coordinates sub committees’ as needed
  • Attend each Board meeting, if possible.  If unable attend, submit a report to the President beforehand on your committees’ activities.
  • Ability to attend regular program meetings
  • Ability to make from 20 to 40 telephone calls a month.

Experience:

  • Minimum 5-10 years of nonprofit leadership and management experience at the Board Level preferred
  • Significant recruitment and interviewing hiring experience
  • Minimum of three years of NAAAHR-GNY membership and board service
  • Demonstrated success in motivating, managing and leading professional teams

Skills, Knowledge and Abilities:

  • Skills in using major software programs such as Word, Excel, MS Outlook etc. as well as an appreciation for the role of technology in the successful management of a nonprofit organization
  • Knowledge of nonprofit board governance requirements and issues in general, NAAAHR-GNY
  • Excellent interpersonal, presentation, verbal, and written communications skills
  • Ability to establish/manage priorities and to meet deadlines
  • Strong customer service skills
  • Experience in reporting to a Board and building board relations is desired
  • Working knowledge of philanthropic and economic trends affecting the nonprofit community
  • Ability to motivate and appropriately utilize volunteers

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Strategic Planning

Role:

The Strategic Planning Committee develops and recommends the overall strategic direction for the NAAAHR-GNY, monitors progress, reviews results as a basis for setting new strategy, and recommends actions to the Board consistent with the Strategic Plan.  This committee examines future opportunities and develops strategies for their leverage/execution for consideration by the Board.

Responsibilities:

  1. Establish a limited number of NAAAHR-GNY strategic priorities that signal important targets or areas for the NAAAHR-GNY to focus on.
  2. Set measurable goals for each priority in order to track progress and assess effectiveness of resource utilization.
  3. Assist leadership in formulating, advancing and communicating a vision for the future of the NAAAHR-GNY.
  4. Provide feedback and counsel to the NAAAHR-GNY Board committees and with respect to those committees’ priorities and goals being aligned with those of the NAAAHR-GNY.
  5. Oversee and monitor implementation plans to assure that they are carried out (project management).
  6. Report to the Board on recommendations about the plan as well as progress reaching the goals of the plan.
  7. Work with the Finance Committee as needed to ensure a rational linkage between strategic priorities and financial planning and budgeting.
  8. Periodically assess progress on goals and make adjustment as necessary given the circumstances.
  9. Conduct an annual review of the strategic progress as a basis for setting new strategy.
  10. Recommend action by the Executive Committee and, if necessary, by the Board, as necessary, to direct committees regarding activities consistent with the focus and direction of the strategic plan of the NAAAHR-GNY

Time Expectations:

  • Ability to spend an average of 3-5 hours a week throughout the year
  • Ability to hold at least 5-10 telephone calls a month
  • Ability to attend most of the NAAAHR-GNY functions for general membership

Structure: 3-5 members

Chair:

  • Leads and manages the committees’ activities and reports monthly to the Board.
  • Establishes, participates and coordinates sub committees’ as needed
  • Attend each Board meeting, if possible.  If unable attend, submit a report to the President beforehand on your committees’ activities.
  • Ability to attend regular program meetings
  • Ability to make from 20 to 40 telephone calls a month.

Experience:

  • Minimum 5 years of nonprofit leadership and management experience preferred  
  • Demonstrated success in motivating, managing and leading professional teams
  • Demonstrated experience in all aspects of strategic planning and project management  

 

Skills, Knowledge and Abilities:

  • Excellent interpersonal, presentation, verbal, and written communications skills
  • Skills in using major software programs such as Word, Excel, MS Outlook etc. as well as an appreciation for the role of technology in the successful management of a nonprofit organization
  • Knowledge of nonprofit management and governance
  • Able to generate quarterly and annual reports
  • Ability to collaborate with Board members, committees and subcommittees; and external partners
  • Ability to establish/manage priorities and to meet deadlines
  • Ability to work independently a must Keen ability to solve problem and think creatively
  • Working knowledge of philanthropic and economic trends affecting the nonprofit community
  • Ability to motivate and appropriately utilize volunteers
  • Diplomatic and sense of humor

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Partnership Committee

Role:

The Partnership Committee will offer strategic advice and practical recommendations; and is responsible for defining policy and managing relationships between the NAAAHR-GNY and external parties.

Responsibilities:

  • Prepare, monitor and co-ordinate the NAAAHR-GNY policies on cooperation with other organizations including:
  • Develop and maintain a liaison with other professional and trade associations to explore mutually beneficial relationships
  • Facilitate networking and collective action on issues of shared interest with other organizations.
  • Review and recommend policies pertaining to the relations between the NAAAHR-GNY and its constituents
  • Review and recommend policies pertaining to co-branding and co-sponsorship opportunities
    • National Association African American Human Resources
    • Other NAAAHR chapters
    • Urban Network
    • SHRM
    • Corporations
    • Parallel NPO
    • Complementary NPO
    • Other Funders
  • Review and recommend policies pertaining to the relationship of the NAAAHR-GNY to the larger community, including

Time Expectations:

  • Ability to spend an average of 3-5 hours a week throughout the year
  • Ability to hold at least 5-10 telephone calls a month
  • Ability to attend most of the NAAAHR-GNY functions for general membership

Structure: 2-3 members

Chair:

  • Leads and manages the committees’ activities and reports monthly to the Board.
  • Establishes, participates and coordinates sub committees’ as needed
  • Attend each Board meeting, if possible.  If unable attend, submit a report to the President beforehand on your committees’ activities.
  • Ability to attend regular program meetings
  • Ability to make from 20 to 40 telephone calls a month.

Education: B.A. or B.S. degree or equivalent experience

Experience:

  • Minimum 5 years of nonprofit leadership and management preferred
  • Minimum 5 years of external partnership cultivation and management experience
  • Proven effectiveness in partnership cultivation and relationship management
  • Experience working with databases

Skills, Knowledge and Abilities:

  • Skills in using major software programs such as Word, Excel, MS Outlook etc. as well as an appreciation for the role of technology in the successful management of a nonprofit organization
  • Excellent communication, project management, organization, writing and editing skills
  • Demonstrated success in motivating, managing and leading professional teams
  • Ability to engage motivate, appropriately utilize and match new partners with NAAAHR-GNY strategic goals
  • Experience in reporting to a Board and building board relations is desired
  • Working knowledge of philanthropic and economic trends affecting the nonprofit community
  • Skilled in social media
  • Avid and effective networker
  • Ability and desire to keep current with Human Resource Management
  • Ability to work evenings and weekends, as needed

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Communications/Branding Committee

Role:

Develop and implement a marketing plan while ensuring effective communications with internal and external audiences.  Provide oversight and guidance for the NAAAHR-GNY Web Site

Responsibilities:

  • Develop and implement a Marketing Plan
  • Ensure effective and efficient communications with internal and external audiences.
    • Evaluate methods of communication between national, funders and members.
    • Develop alternative methods of communication including use of new technology.
  • Provide oversight and guidance for the Web Site.
    • Assist with development of the content of the organization’s Internet presence.
    • Maintain current knowledge about the organization’s mission, goals, and objectives.
    • Review posted information to assure that it is accurate and is presented in a positive, professional, user-friendly, manner.
    • Forward information to be posted on the web site to the Board.
    • Respond to, or forward as appropriate, requests received regarding the organization’s web site.
    • Suggest ways to update the design or expand information on the web site in order to attract new and repeat users.
    • Provide reports regarding the web site to the Board as requested.
    • Update the website with current news and informational content
  • Responds to other NAAAHR-GNY Committees related to any marketing and communications functions including the website, promotions, advertisement, etc.
  • The Marketing and Communications Committee will utilize their expertise and resources for producing marketing and communications-related products
  • Responds to external entities such as members, funders, advertisers and other audiences with regard to the marketing of NAAAHR-GNY
  • Develop volunteer job descriptions to support the work of the committee
  • Review the Strategic Plan to ensure that strategies and tactics relevant to the work of the committee are being fulfilled and to ensure that major work of the committee is reflected in the strategic plan.
  • Operate within budgetary parameters and provide guidance to the preparation of the budget for the committee.
  • Communicate with the President of NAAAHR-GNY prior to taking action or sending out correspondence that impacts on NAAAHR-GNY
  • Determines and implements marketing and communications initiatives

Time Expectations:

  • Ability to spend an average of 3-5 hours a week throughout the year
  • Ability to hold at least 5-10 telephone calls a month
  • Ability to attend most of the NAAAHR-GNY functions for general membership

Structure: 3-5 members

Chair:

  • Leads and manages the committees’ activities and reports monthly to the Board.
  • Establishes, participates and coordinates sub committees’ as needed
  • Attend each Board meeting, if possible.  If unable attend, submit a report to the President beforehand on your committees’ activities.

Education: B.A. or B.S. degree or equivalent experience

Experience:

  • Minimum 5 years of volunteer leadership and management experience in nonprofit setting preferred
  • Proven effectiveness in outreach and event planning
  • Experience working with database management
  • Familiarity with human resource management required.

Skills, Knowledge and Abilities:

  • Skills in using major software programs such as Word, Excel, MS Outlook etc. as well as an appreciation for the role of technology in the successful management of a nonprofit organization
  • Excellent communication, project management, organization, writing and editing skills
  • Demonstrated success in motivating, managing and leading professional teams
  • Ability to engage new members one-on-one and in groups settings
  • Ability to motivate, appropriately utilize and match volunteers
  • Experience in reporting to a Board and building board relations is desired
  • Working knowledge of philanthropic and economic trends affecting the nonprofit community
  • Skilled in social media
  • Ability and desire to keep current with Human Resource Management
  • Ability to work evenings and weekends, as needed

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