Our board is vital to the success of our organization. Board members' responsibilities include but are not limited to, oversight and transparency for the public, member, partner and participant privacy, community support and outreach efforts, and creating the most effective programs to benefit the general public.
Board members serve tiered terms ranging from 1 to 3 year intervals, with no limit on the number of terms that can be served. New board member applications are being accepted for the 2022 term. If you are interested in becoming a board member, please submit the Board Member Interest application.
We also have advisory board positions that allow input and collaborative communication from stakeholders and other interested persons to support the work of criminal and juvenile legal system reform and advocacy. Our advisory board positions are 1 year terms, with no limit on the number of terms that can be served. Advisory board members do not have structural voting authority but your voice and concerns are welcomed, appreciated and required to help our organization to continue to be a community centered group.