NeighborImpact Board of Directors
Call to Service: NeighborImpact Board of Directors
- Have you ever had trouble making ends meet?
- Do you care about people who are struggling?
- Do you have a few hours a month to give to make your community better for economically disadvantaged citizens?
Consider serving on the NeighborImpact Board of Directors.
NeighborImpact is seeking a board member to represent the economically disadvantaged residents of Crook County. One third of NeighborImpact's Board is low income or represents organizations that serve low-income people. Your insights can shape how Central Oregon's largest provider of social services helps the region take care of its most vulnerable citizens. No prior experience necessary. Your voice is all that is needed. Please volunteer today.
A board membership application may be filled out and submitted online or contact Nancy Gibson, 541-323-6537 or by email.
Chad W. Carpenter
Laura L. Beebe
Brenda S. Comini
Mae V. Huston
Linda S. Walker
Jose A. Balcazar
Roger J. DeHoog
Nicole M. Miller
Teresa J. Rodriguez
Sharon R. Smith
Brent N. Wilkins
James E. Gonyer
Information about the Board:
All members of the Board are selected in a manner to assure they speak and act on behalf of the group, organization, or membership classification which they represent.
A minimum of nine (9) director positions must be filled, but no more than fifteen (15) may be filled. Board members must be residents of Crook, Deschutes and Jefferson counties. No county shall have less than three representatives at any given time. Each county shall have at least one board member from each of the following categories of representation;
(a) One-third of the Board is elected public officials.
(b) At least one-third of the Board is representatives of the economically disadvantaged of Crook, Deschutes and Jefferson Counties.
(c) The remainder of the Board is comprised of representatives, officials or members, of business, industry, labor, religious, welfare, education or other major groups and interests in the community.
During a director’s term they are required to serve on a Board committee, advisory committee or task force. The Board of Directors has regularly scheduled meetings convening on the second Thursday of each month beginning at 5:30 pm (day, time and location subject to change).