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Transfaith Calls for Board Nominations


  

After two years of organizational development under a founding board, Transfaith is now seeking new nominations for our board of directors.

The board of directors is intentionally small (up to 7 members). The board currently gathers monthly by conference call, though that could become less frequent with the establishment of a new "wisdom council" and intensified committee work. Board members are also expected to participate in one of the following committees.

  • Personnel
  • Finance
  • Communications
  • Fundraising
  • Community Engagement (incl. nominations)

We are especially seeking individuals who can have experience in executive management, volunteer management, or board leadership, because organizational development will continue to be a priority as we continue to grow.

The 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization behind the Transfaith brand is the Interfaith Working Group. The IWG board is a governance board, not primarily focused on fundraising. However, all board members are expected to make a financial contribution that is significant to them.

Transfaith is strengthened by the participation of people of diverse gender experiences, including, but not limited to transgender, gender non-conforming, and Two-Spirit identities. We also value contributions from family, friends, and allies.

People of color are especially encouraged to inquire, as well as people who follow a worldview or spiritual path other than Christianity.

Submit your nomination now!

  

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