CAMP is seeking board members
CAMP is looking for a minimum of 3 interested anti-monopolists to form our initial board of directors.
As CAMP is a developing organization, the initial board will be a working board where all directors will be expected to complete approximately 5-15 hours of work/month. This work may be on their own, as a member of a committee or with CAMP Staff.
Result Statement for Board Members:
Develop the governance structure, the organizational capacity and ensure effective operations of the Canadian Anti-Monopoly Project to create a more democratic and inclusive economy for all Canadians.
Attend and contribute to board meetings
Support CAMP staff by assisting with projects, networking and referrals
Assist with CAMP committee work
Provide strategic leadership and guidance to the CAMP team
Help develop on-going CAMP strategic plans
Other tasks as required
Professional degree or related experience
Upstanding reputation in community
Criminal background check
Proficiency in French is an asset
We are looking for people with experience and knowledge in the following categories:
CAMP is striving to represent all regions and areas of Canada, and are looking for board members from across the country. Board meetings and committee work will be held virtually to allow for people across the country to contribute.
We are also committed to developing a diverse board and management team. Our goal is gender parity (50% women and/or non-binary people) and significant representation (30%) of other equity-deserving groups, including those who identify as Racialized, Black, and/or People of colour (“Visible Minorities”), People with disabilities (including invisible and episodic disabilities), 2SLGBTQ+ and/or gender and sexually diverse individuals, and Aboriginal and/or Indigenous Peoples.
If you are interested in applying for a board position, please complete the application form and we will be in touch about the following steps.
If you have any questions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.