Board of Directors
The Boulder County AIDS Project is actively recruiting community members to serve on our Board of Directors, as well as our Board Committees. BCAP seeks individuals who want to make a difference in their community’s public health. Experience is sought in a variety of areas including finance, marketing, communications, government, advocacy, business, social enterprise, and event planning.
For more information with regard to BCAP Board of Directors contact Ana Hopperstad, Executive Director (email@example.com). BCAP seeks to recruit a dynamic, diverse and inclusive board and supporting board committees.
Board Committees support the mission of the Boulder County AIDS Project. If you are interested in joining one of the committees below, please contact BCAP’s Volunteer Coordinator, Sarah Annecone (firstname.lastname@example.org or 303.444.6121). These committees meet on a monthly basis, typically for one to two hours.
Chaired by a board member, this committee educates, monitors, and provides advocacy on issues pertinent to HIV/AIDS. The committee may conduct outreach to local, state and national legislators on issues that directly relate to HIV/AIDS in BCAP’s service area. Another activity of the committee is to make the board aware of local initiatives and to educate about the importance of civic participation. This committee is intended to complement advocacy work being done by the Colorado Organizations Responding to AIDS (CORA), the local Boulder County Human Service Alliance and St. Vrain Community Council (SVCC).
Chaired by a BCAP board member, this committee creates the vision and drives the strategic implementation of the agency’s resource development and communications. The Development Director is a member of this committee. Community members with experience in marketing, fiscal management, donor cultivation, corporate giving and event planning are needed.
Chaired by the Board Treasurer, this committee monitors BCAP’s financial health and makes monthly financial reports to the full board. When necessary, FiCom makes recommendations to the board regarding steps to safeguard a balanced budget and to enhance the agency’s financial systems. The agency’s Executive Director, Business Manager, and Development Director are members of this committee. The finance committee ensures financial management is practiced in a manner that ensures sustainable, efficient and inclusive service delivery across BCAP’s service area.
Co-chaired by a board member and the Executive Director, this committee includes staff, board, volunteers and community members to fulfill its “blueprint” for inclusiveness. With a goal to increase inclusiveness and diversity at BCAP in its various functions (staff, board, community outreach, volunteer recruitment, etc.), the committee provides learning experiences for staff, board and volunteers to improve the services the agency provides to the community.
Chaired by a board member, this committee works closely with the Executive Director and Program Directors to ensure agency programs meet the needs of BCAP’s diverse constituents. Important activities of the committee are evaluation of program efficacy, best practices, setting and monitoring quality improvement goals and outcomes. In the event of a grievance or complaint from a recipient of services, the programs committee helps to facilitate a resolution. Members of the programs committee are responsible for ensuring all programs are responsive to client needs and are delivered in an inclusive manner. Client representatives are especially desired on this committee.