Board Advisor


Expectation of Duties



Core Duties

Advises the Board

  1. Provides insight on Past Presidents/Chairs, things to consider, risk assessment with new ventures, and with personal experience having been in the role.
  2. Assumes the role of the Board Chair during any absence or inability of the Board Chairr to perform duties at board meetings and seminar/workshops or finds an appropriate substitute.
  3. Assists the Board Chair as needed.

Event/Meeting/Workshop Expectations

  1. Attend general meetings whenever possible.
  2. Be willing and able to assist as necessary to help fill a need/void (within reason).
  3. Attend workshops and special events whenever possible to continue a supportive role for all those involved.
  4. Support special group initiatives whenever possible & with reasonable time commitments

Availability/Time Commitments

A pre-set amount of time will be devoted to attending to volunteer/WCYR business each week. These hours of availability will be made public to the Board. Any phone or email messages received will be acknowledged within 2-3 days of receipt with a time-frame for further comments to follow.

Maintain a certain agree-upon level of communication with the current Board Chair beyond seminar/workshop days and board meetings. This will allow for a sense of unity and a clarity of purpose when working with all Team member and our extended community.

NOTE: This position will ideally be held until the current Board Chair steps down and automatically becomes the succeeding Board Advisor — approx. 2 years.