As of 11/9/2017, we have received over 20 inquiries from individuals who have expressed an interest in the three open Board of Trustees positions. At this time we are going to focus on these candidates to help fill the openings with the plan to make the announcement of the new Board of Trustee members by the end of the year. When any new openings occur in the future we will open up the Board Recruitment process again. Thank you.
What are the roles and responsibilities of the Board Members?
As a Board member you are responsible for the fiscal oversight, fundraising efforts and governance of the organization.
Each Board member is asked to participate in one or more of the committees that help oversee programming, finance, communications, membership, Pride, Stonewall Builds Capital Campaign, Community Engagement, for example.
Each Board member is requested to donate to the organization operating budget as well as the Stonewall Builds Capital Campaign.
How many Board positions are available?
The Board consists of no less than five (5) or more than fifteen (15) Trustees. As of September 21st we have three (3) open trustee positions.
What are the term limits for Board members?
Appointments to the Board shall be for two consecutive terms. The first term is a two-year term, with the second or consecutive term being for three years. Trustees who have served for two consecutive terms shall not be eligible for reelection until one year has elapsed after the end of their second term.
How often does the Board of Trustees meet?
The Board meets on average once a month. Special meetings of the Board may be called by the President.
What are the time commitments for a member of the Stonewall Board?
Board meetings last approximately 90 minutes. the time commitment for each committee is approx. 2-4 hours per month on average. The Board is also responsible for assisting in the annual Stonewall Columbus Pride event weekend which would entail 10-12 hours during that weekend.
Are members of the Stonewall Board compensated?
The Board is an all-volunteer board – no member receives any monetary compensation for service.