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Leaders are sought to join the Boulder County AIDS Project Board of Directors.Board Info Board Application Committees
Skillsets needed include healthcare, governance, finance, business, fundraising, social justice. Monthly meetings the 4th Monday, 6 p.m. at the YWCA of Boulder. Three year board term. Contact Ana Hopperstad at 303-444-6121 or email@example.com.
Our Ideal Board Member
The Boulder County AIDS Project, a 501(c)(3) organization, is recruiting new board members to fill immediate vacancies. Established in 1985, our mission is to provide support, advocacy and education to those in our community who are living with or affected by HIV and AIDS, and to serve as an outreach and information center to prevent the further transmission of HIV.
We are looking for individuals with a diverse and broad range of strengths, experience, and skills who are interested in having a positive impact on the community. Ideal candidates bring one or more of the following skillsets to the board:
Add your medical understanding of the current state of HIV disease management and prevention strategies to the board composition.
Bring your experience serving on a board of directors to help BCAP’s board develop clear guidelines for governing the organization, supporting the staff in implementation of the agency’s programs, and promoting the organizations’ mission.
Are you an accountant or CPA? Serve on BCAP’s finance committee and help analyze BCAP’s financial reports, provide suggestions for improving the organizations’ financial health, provide oversight, help board members with lay understanding of finance to better understand fiduciary role on board, review agency investment strategy.
Individuals with a background in business are sought on the board to help the agency cultivate strong corporate relationships and guide state of the art business practices. Help the organization develop strong corporate partnerships in the community. Business networking skills are highly desired.
Use your fundraising experience to help BCAP establish a long-term fundraising plan to promote sustainable growth. Serve as an ambassador for BCAP and cultivate positive relationships with others in the community to grow our donor support. Facilitate introductions to prospects. Help to identify new sources of revenue.
Work to end HIV stigma and advocate for people living with HIV, including the homeless living with HIV, those who inject drugs who access BCAP’s syringe access program and others similarly affected by disenfranchisement and marginalization.
We are looking for board members with time and energy for active participation who will help us build a high performing board. We envision a group of people who will work cohesively as a team, implement governance best practices, give and get funds to support our programs and operations, make high-level decisions, and engage in healthy dialogue and debate.
BCAP Board meetings are held on the fourth Monday of each month at 6 p.m. at the YWCA of Boulder. Three year board term. Time requirement can vary from three hours per month to ten hours per month depending on level of involvement. For more information or a board application, go to www.bcap.org or contact Executive Director Ana Hopperstad at firstname.lastname@example.org or 303-444-6121 with questions.