Board Member – Governance
TRISTATE Trauma Network

71 Cavalier Blvd., Florence, Kentucky 41042
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Board Member – Governance

Our boardThe TTN Board is a working board with each Board member actively serving on a committee.  Board meets bi-monthly and committees meet monthly to bi-monthly.
PositionSeeking a Board Member with Board experience in the area of governance to lead the Board Development committee.  The Board Development committee is a newly formed committee focused on strengthening the Board.  It leads recruitment and nomination of new members; evaluates the performance of the board itself; orients, trains and educates board members; and produces board materials, such as board manuals.
Desired skills
Board*, Project Management
WhenEvery other 4th Monday of the month from 9-11am
WhereCurrently via ZOOM
Commitment1 to 3 hours/month
DonationWe strive for 100% board giving, but have no strict guidelines around financial contributions.
RequirementsBoard members are expected to attend 6 Board meetings per year, to participate in fundraising events, and to serve on a committee. Board members must also become members of the Tristate Trauma Network or encourage their agency to become a member, this includes paying annual dues.  Individual dues are $90.
On-boardingCandidates meet with the Executive Director and at least one Board member. They are welcome to shadow a Board meeting. Candidates complete an application and information is shared with all Board members who vote on acceptance during a Board meeting.  New Board members are assigned to a current Board member who will serve as a mentor. Orientation to by-laws, history of organization, mission, and current programs.
Our missionThe mission of the Tristate Trauma Network (TTN) is to create a community-wide commitment to the prevention of and recovery from trauma and toxic stress by building awareness, offering high-quality training to professionals, serving as a clearinghouse for information and resources, fostering collaboration, and developing trauma-informed, trauma-responsive systems of care.
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