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Board of Directors

Alzheimer Society Waterloo Wellington

   About the Position

Impact Statement
Our mission is to improve the quality of life for those living in our community with Alzheimer's or other dementias, and their care partners, through support, information, advocacy, education and promotion of research.

The Role of the Board
•To ensure that the Alzheimer Society Waterloo Wellington (ASWW) fulfills its responsibilities, operates effectively and acts in accordance with the principles of being ethical, accountable, collaborative, open, relational and proactive
•To deliver on ASWW’s Mission: To alleviate the personal and social consequences of Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias and to promote research
The Responsibility of Board Members
•The Board is responsible for governing the affairs of ASWW, delegating the day to day operations to the Executive Director, and delegating certain duties to Board Committees
•Board members serve a two year term, renewable for two additional terms
•All Board members are asked to join at least one Committee

Position Qualifications

Ideal for: An Individual
Age: 18+

Area(s) of Interest: Boards/Committees, Health Care / Wellness, Leadership/Management

Skill(s): Collaboration, Fund Development, Resource Management, Strategic Thinking, Thought Leadership (Innovation), Empathy

Training / Work Condtions

Training Details: Orientation; Training is provided; Training is on-going
Working Conditions:
Transportation: On a bus route

Time Commitment

Duration: 1 year or more
Weekday - Evening
There are 10 Board meetings per year (monthly except for July and August). Currently meetings are held virtually on the third Wednesday of every month from 6:15 – 8:15 pm

   Contact Information
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Michelle Martin
831 Frederick Street Kitchener, N2B 2B4

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