IAP Board of Directors: Fundraising
The Board of Directors of the International Accountability Project (IAP) provides mission-based leadership and strategic governance to the organization. While day-to-day operations are led by IAP’s Executive Director (ED), the Board-ED relationship is a partnership and dedicated involvement by the Board of Directors is critical.
This is an exceptional opportunity for a motivated leader and creative thinker, who is dedicated to IAP’s core mission to support community-led development around the world.
In addition to providing leadership and strategic governance, the IAP Board of Directors seeks interested candidates with expertise in Fundraising to advise the organization’s work, specifically:
● Professional experience with managing individual, corporate or foundation donor relationships and systems in the fields of business, government, philanthropy or the nonprofit sector
● Recognized expertise communicating complex topics, for example, human and environmental rights issues, to individual, corporate or foundation donors
● Connections with the individual, corporate or foundation donors to further IAP’s mission and programmatic activities
● A recognized and thoughtful innovator with passion, credibility and a sense of humor
2) Leadership and strategic governance
To maintain the successful operations of the organization, all IAP Board Members agree to:
● Prepare for and participate in quarterly Board Meetings
● Prepare for and participate in at least one Board Committee
● Serve as a trusted advisor to the ED to develop and implement IAP’s strategic plan
● Approve IAP’s annual budget and understand organizational financial statements
● Contribute to an annual performance evaluation of the ED
● Assist the ED and Board chair in identifying and recruiting other Board Members
● Represent IAP to stakeholders, acting as an ambassador for the organization to expand and engage IAP’s community of supporters
Board terms and meetings
IAP Board Members serve up to a three-year term. After considering individual evaluations and the needs of the Board, Board Members can apply for re-appointment.
IAP Board Meetings are held quarterly and committee meetings are held as determined by its members. Current Board Committees include: 1) the Governance Committee; 2) the Finance Committee; and 3) the Fundraising Committee. A successful candidate for this position will join the Fundraising Committee.
IAP Board Members agree to raise or contribute an annual contribution that is commensurate with their capacity.
The International Accountability Project works to ensure all people can shape the decisions that affect their homes, environment and communities.
IAP, an international advocacy organization, wins policy change, boosts local advocacy efforts and supports local activists and communities to access and exchange information on development that affects them. By recognizing and creating openings at influential decision-making spaces, IAP seeks to advance development principles and projects that prioritize human and environmental rights. IAP is recognized for its nimble, thoughtful and inclusive work that fights for community-led expertise and experience to be the center of how development is designed, funded and implemented.
IAP Board of Directors: Fundraising
The Board of Directors of the International Accountability Project (IAP) provides mission-based leadership and strategic governance to the organization. While day-to-day operations are led by IAP’s…
All interested candidates should submit a letter of interest and resume to email@example.com with “IAP Board of Directors Recruitment: Fundraising” in the subject line. Questions can be submitted to the same email address. The Fundraising position will remain open until filled.
All interested candidates should submit a letter of interest and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org with “IAP Board of Directors Recruitment: Fundraising” in the…