Nominations for BCODN Board of Director positions will be selected by an online voting process at BCODN’s AGM on June 16, 2021. There are five (5) vacancies for the 2021/22 fiscal year: VP, Communications; VP, Community Engagement; Building Community Organizations Liaison and an Executive Officer position in the role of President.
You can get an overview of each role in the document here: Board Roles Summary.
Nominate yourself or others for a Board position here: BCODN Nomination and Election Process (2021-22FY).
Deadline for submissions: 12:00PM, June 2, 2021
The Board of Directors comprises up to 10 volunteers committed to improving BCODN and the practice of OD in BC.
We invite you to nominate a BCODN member or yourself to participate on the Board.
How is a Director Involved?
Directors collaborate with each other to shape BCODN and its activities for a term of two (2) years. Directors gain satisfaction from helping create a strong professional presence for OD in BC. Directors, being more intimately involved with the network, will also have many opportunities to meet, share with and learn from other OD professionals.
The contribution of each Director depends on individual interests, talents, and the agreed-to role. Each Director agrees to take on a role or area of responsibility (e.g. BCO Liaison). Roles are confirmed during a planning session in the summer and are aligned to our common goals and practices.
A Director’s level of involvement ranges depending on their role. You can expect at least 3 hours a month for scheduled Board meetings and a professional development event. Additional time is needed to communicate with board members, volunteers, and our community plus build plans and execute on those plans for your portfolio. Director’s time can easily add up to 10+ hours a month on BCODN business. Some responsibilities, like those of the Communications Chair(s), may require up to 20 hours per month.
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