Are you prepared to meet the time commitment required to be a board member? For example, on October 4th, the current board had a 3-hour working meeting, followed by a 2-hour town hall meeting.From Karen Zakeski | Granite Mill
- Kate Bice: Having been serving on the Board for the last six months I am aware there is so much more time that is involved in participation on the Board outside of meetings. While we frequently have 2-3 meetings per month as a Board that last upwards of three hours, there are the additional meetings with management, committees, and lots of communication via online platforms amongst the Board members that happen daily. I have the time, energy, and willingness to commit whatever time is needed to the Board.
- Bob Lijana: I am aware of the time commitment of a Board position, and am prepared for this. I have honed many skills on priority setting and time management because of my professional career.
- Liz Rolison: Among current board members, we average between 10 – 40 hours/week on BCCA work. I’ve been doing this level of commitment for the last two years and intend to continue with one caveat that I plan to do some international travel in the coming year. By planning ahead and ensuring coverage in my absence, this should be workable.
- Tom Speer: As past president for 2 years I am fully aware of the time commitments.
- William Weitz: Yes.