National Capital Area Crime Stoppers is currently seeking to fill as many as ten board vacancies for its upcoming Annual General Meeting in 2019.
About National Capital Area Crime Stoppers (NCACS)
For more than 30 years, National Capital Area Crime Stoppers has raised money to fund cash rewards, which are offered for anonymous tips brought forward by the public to help law enforcement in the resolution of crimes. Crime Stoppers is an important not-for-profit organization that does not receive any direct taxpayer funding, and it relies on businesses and private donors to meet the financial obligations of the program.
The organization is governed by up to 20 board members at any given time, with each member serving minimum two and three-year (renewable) terms, depending on the board position filled. In accordance with the NCACS by-laws, elections will be held for the membership to select new, qualified directors to fill potential upcoming vacancies and to increase skills and leadership for existing and newly formed committees. This is a volunteer Board, therefore remuneration is not provided to Board and Committee Members.
The Board of NCACS is a working board, and the membership is currently seeking qualified individuals to apply for Board or Committee positions for the following:
Qualified candidates (whether for Board or Committee positions) must:
National Capital Area Crime Stoppers values the diversity of its membership and the people our organization serves. NCACS wants to promote a culture in which individual differences, talents and strengths are recognized, appreciated, and respected. In addition to the qualifications outlined above, NCACS is also seeking the following preferred skills, experience and business acumen:
Deadline: July 24, 2019 (5pm Eastern)
Interested candidates are encouraged to send their cover letters (including the role for which you want to be considered (Board Member and/or Committee Member), along with your Resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Executive Committee will review submissions, and only those candidates who meet the qualifications will be contacted, interviewed and nominated for election at the Annual General Meeting.