Join the EVA BC board! Application deadline November 25th
Have you ever thought of becoming a part of EVA BC board? To be eligible you must:
- Work in a member program of EVA BC and be a member in good standing.
- Have a feminist analysis and an intersectional analysis of oppression.
- Be willing to participate in committee work and attend two to three in-person or hybrid board meetings per year (approximately three days each).
- Be interested in and willing to work for the well being of survivors of gender-based violence, namely, sexual assault, domestic violence, child abuse and criminal harassment.
- Be interested in and willing to work for the well being of EVA BC.
- Share our interest in fostering increased cross-sector collaboration as this results in increased safety, and better and more effective responses.
- Have a commitment to the well being of community based anti violence service providers and allies across other sectors.
- Have a minimum of two years experience as a front line anti violence worker and/or as a manager of an EVA BC member program.
- Have prior written approval from your agency to sit on the Board and provide the required information before the AGM. (See details in nominations package application form below.)
- Ideally, be in attendance at the AGM and be prepared to speak briefly about yourself as part of the election process.
If you have an interest in becoming a part of the board, please download the EVA BC Directors Nominations Package 2022, complete the application form and the consent to act as a director and send with a letter from your executive director and/or board to:
EVA BC Board c/o: email@example.com
Application deadline is November 25, 2022.
Testimonials from current EVA BC directors
The benefits of sitting on the EVA BC Board have been many. Working in the North often feels isolating from the rest of the province. Being part of EVA has felt like being part of a wonderful part of a provincial community. The connection and inclusivity has assisted in my growth as an executive director. The depth of learning regarding board structure, governance and operations. I feel part of a group of folks who truly make a difference.
Prince George Sexual Assault Centre
Region 10, North Central
Serving on the EVA board is an opportunity for an enhanced understanding of governance, of EVA, and of our sector as a whole. I’m able to keep my executive director updated on EVA’s programs and campaigns while bringing her concerns and those of other agencies in our region to the board table. I highly recommend the experience!
Comox Valley Transition Society
Region 1, North Vancouver Island
Being a part of the EVA Board has been such an enriching experience. Gathering with other passionate and dynamic frontline workers and leaders in the sector has offered amazing learning I know I would never find in a workshop. Whether talking about emerging issues in the sector, governance, or looking to the future of EVA BC, all voices are valued and respected and for me, that is where the biggest learning happens. I am a stronger, more informed, frontline worker and leader in my agency because of my time on the board.
Nicola Nicola Family Therapy
Region 5, Interior
Being on EVA BC board, some of the benefits I’ve experienced are: an opportunity to bring voice from our region to the provincial table for EVA to take to further provincial tables for advocacy; the opportunity to contribute to the sector in a meaningful way; an opportunity to bring new ideas, resources, opportunities, learning, board development training, etc. back to our home agencies; leadership and board relationship support, and training that benefits our own societies; solidarity and mentorship with other women in the work; and endless opportunities for self development and resume building.
Robson Valley Community Services
Region 11, North East