- Are you passionate about mt biking and want to make a difference?
- Are you a good leader?
- Do you want more trails around Portland?
- Do you want to make NWTA a better organization?
- Are you good at fundraising and have grant writing experience?
- Are you good at social media communications and web development?
Every year, Northwest Trail Alliance elects a rotating list of 6 new board members (two year position). This year, we have 5 new positions up for elections, but are looking for 6 people. The sixth person would be an alternative advisory role in case a current board member decides to move mid-term. If you are not sure you want to become a Board Member, but want to help and make a difference, we want to hear from you also. We are always looking for people who want to organize group rides, organize major NWTA events, raise money, trail stewards, etc…
Please send a short response to the following questions and submit your response by January 8th, 2016 to Kelsey Cardwell: firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Quick Bio on yourself (doesn’t have to be a complete resume)
- Contact information
- Why you are interested in running for the board?
- What skills do you have that could benefit NWTA?
- Do you have special relationships that could benefit NWTA?
- Please indicate if you want to run for a board position or want to help in some other capacity.
If you would like to know more about the role of a board member, please let us know.
Here is a brief overview of the various board member responsibilities. The Board develops and oversees the implementation of NWTA policies and program goals. Board responsibilities can include:
A. Formation and adoption of an annual advocacy platform.
B. Management of trails stewardship projects.
C. Planning and execution of events.
D. Supporting new members.
E. Recruitment of potential board members.
F. Approval of the annual budget and financial reporting.