Board Member Statement of Interest (Shenandoah Valley Bicycle Coalition)
Please use this form to express your interest in volunteering as a member of the board for the Shenandoah Valley Bicycle Coalition. We are seeking board members with skills & experience related to fund raising/fund development, nonprofit management, and volunteer recruitment/management/retention. You'll have opportunities to provide leadership for our organization, contribute to our direction, lead/manage projects, and build a sustainable organization.
Board member statements of interest can be submitted at any time. We have a detailed list of Board Member Expectations that you can read here: http://bit.ly/2NkQfe7

Brief but informative answers are our favorite.
Please be sure to also review our Road Map before completing this form: http://bit.ly/2XixTPl

Email address *
Full Name *
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Daytime Phone Number *
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Please tell us about yourself (this could include where you live; what you do for a living or where you worked, if retired; what you do for fun; your familiarity with SVBC; where you volunteer currently, and any other information about yourself): *
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Please share your skills and expertise: *
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Please list the networks (business groups, religious organizations, clubs, social groups, etc.) with whom you're connected or associated: *
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Volunteer Experience: Please share contributions that you have made as a volunteer or board member to other organizations perhaps indicating level of participation, time commitment, leadership role, or other highlights:
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SVBCoalition Experience: Have you had previous involvement with the Coalition? If yes, please explain. If no, that's ok! *
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Have you attended two or more Bicycle Coalition Board meetings in the past 16 months? *
Is your membership current with the Bicycle Coalition *
Motivation: Why do you want to serve on the Bicycle Coalition's board? *
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Vision: What would you like to see happen in the Shenandoah Valley in the next 5-10 years? *
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Availability: Do you have the time to work on SVBC projects and initiatives? (We need doers! If you are on a committee, they generally meet monthly or every other month for one hour with additional outside work depending on current projects. Board meetings require 2 hours a month plus additional time to review materials or participate in an initiative or project. *
Anything else you wish to share?
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