Alaska Food Coalition Steering Committee Application
The purpose of the Alaska Food Coalition (AFC) Steering Committee is to:
• contribute to the strategic vision of the direction and goals of the anti-hunger network in Alaska
• build diverse representation and recruitment for the AFC with the AFC Manager
• help set and direct a statewide advocacy agenda
• ensure that decisions are respectful of the vision, mission, mandate and values of the AFC

The roles and responsibilities of AFC Steering Committee Members will include:
• acting as a governing body on behalf of coalition membership at large
• leverage networks, connections, and resources to advance AFC efforts
• planning and participating in general membership meetings
• recruiting new members
• serve on at least one workgroup (when applicable)
• Educate policy makers and public about hunger/poverty in Alaska
• identify key issues and set broad direction and priorities
• identify partnership opportunities
• represent coalition interests and positions at public functions and public policy forums
• oversee and provide support for the AFC Manager
• potential travel to Juneau and Washington, D.C. to represent Alaska and the AFC

Time commitments:
1. Attend quarterly Steering Committee teleconference meetings (1 hour)
2. Respond regularly and in a timely manner to e-mails regarding AFC matters (2 hours max/month)
3. Serve on committees or task forces or take on special assignments (as needed)
4. Follow roles and responsibilities as listed above

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