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Are you looking for a unique leadership opportunity?
Have you been yearning to put your talent in strategic thinking, financial forecasting, organization behavior, project management, or policy advocacy in the service of a great cause? Well, look no further!
If you are committed to keeping women and children safe and ending intimate partner and family violence, we are looking for you!
The Provincial Association of Transition Houses and Services of Saskatchewan, (PATHS) is looking for leaders like you to join our board of directors. For 35 years, our volunteer board has been the strategic heart of our organization, ensuring that in our work for women and children, we deliver real results, respond to changes in our community and always deliver the highest ethical standards to be worthy of our public support.
If you are one or more of the following, we’d like to talk to you:
« Energetic and entrepreneurial business people, who are not already overextended with other commitments, eager to put their enthusiasm for ensuring safety for women and
« Community leaders and philanthropists willing to engage their peers in sharing our message to end domestic violence.
« Leaders at our partner agencies- parenting, education, criminal justice, child and youth services- interested in building strong programs with us.
« Health care professionals – pediatricians, public health, health associations – dedicated to helping children grow up free from abuse and neglect.
« Scholars/academics who want to put their expertise in child development, physical and mental health promotion, children, youth and families to work in the community.
« Parents/grandparents and others who have a demonstrated talent, joy and energy in chairing successful fundraising events and promotions.
If you hold yourself to high expectations, then you’ll find board service very rewarding. We are looking for folks who will:
· Attend six board meetings annually
· Actively serve on one of our committees: Advisory, Advocacy, Promotions and Events, Governance.
· Advocate for our needs in the community and among your colleagues and peers
· Be always curious to learn more about the challenge of IPV prevention as well as non-profit governance
· Make a personal, charitable contribution to PATHS, to the best of their ability
If you are interested in being considered for our board,
Please contact Jo-Anne Dusel, Executive Director, PATHS
Register for tomorrow’s free Violence Link webinar with Don Ferguson from Animal Protection Services of Sask.
Thursday, May 19, 2022 at 12 p.m. SK time
Topic: Animal Abuse & The Violence Link
Learn more and register: http://ow.ly/gooS50IUF8n
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