FVMBA Volunteer Board of Director Application
Thank you for your interest in being on FVMBA's volunteer Board of Directors! Please complete the following short application form before February 27, 2021.

If you have any questions, comments or suggestions, please contact Terri-Lynn Gifford with the FVMBA, at info@fvmba.com.

If you are interested in volunteering with the FVMBA in a different way, please let us know here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfmIEBK7qIbr03Q0z99hZDT_7Kzz7KSMrsDO2pWIrJlZ6rklA/viewform
First Name *
Last Name *
How do you think you can help the FVMBA through a role on the Board of Directors?
Please enter a brief history of any Board experience or other volunteer work: (list org, dates and responsibilities.)
Please list up to 2 examples of specific contributions you’ve made while serving on a previous Board / Committee / Team in a volunteer setting. Contributions from a professional setting could also be included, though volunteer examples may be more relevant.
How many hours per month can you commit to the Board of Director role? We aim to have people giving 8-12 hours per month on average, which may fluctuate throughout the year, subject to organizational needs, but want to know your expectations.
E-mail *
Please include a short bio:
Please type your name as your signature:
Thank you for your interest in applying for the FVMBA Board of Directors. We appreciate your engagement! We would like to encourage you to take an active role in the organization, whether as a Director, volunteer or supporter. Your participation is highly appreciated! There are many effective ways to become involved with your time as a member or volunteer. If you have some of these skills but are not able to commit to the position of Board director, we would love to chat with you about joining a topic-specific committee (such as membership growth).

Please email Terri-Lynn Gifford at info@fvmba.com.

Thanks again for your interest and happy trails!
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