The EC’s Board of Directors provides long-term vision for the center, builds community between the board, staff, and volunteers, organizes fundraisers, and works on improving the center’s work.
The Environmental Center Board of Directors (ECBOD) is an advisory board comprised of community, faculty and staff members, in addition to student representatives. The ECBOD serves to provide the EC with long-term guidance and support. They do this through working on visioning, strategic planning, fundraising, and outreach. Board terms range from 1-3 years. With this commitment, members are signing on to attend 1.5 hour ECBOD monthly meetings during the school year, as well as, participate in at least one committee. Committees meet two times monthly for one hour and generate 1-3 hours of additional work. ECBOD members are also asked to help with fundraising efforts. Additionally, ECBOD members are more than welcome to join in any EC events, programs, and activities that are of interest to them. For all the details, read the latest version of the EC's bylaws.
Applications for the Student, Community, Faculty and Staff board positions are being accepted right now for the upcoming 2013/2014 school year. Students on the board assume a greater level of responsibility and leadership for the center and gain an understanding of what it takes to run an environmental non-profit organization. Read more about the benefits of being on the EC Board of Directors.
2012-2013 EC Board Members
- Dylan Leigh (Chair)
- Hari Baumbach
- Aleph Buambach
- Morgan Boaman
- Melissa Reed
- Emily Haefner
- Rachel Landis, EC Interim Coordinator
- Alex Brooks, EC Operations Assistant
- Ashley Rennhack, Assistant Director of Leadership Center
- Ryan Meer, ASFLC representative