1) Why are you interested in becoming a member of TLCBD?
What are your specific interest in and/or experience with TLCBD?
What is your experience with the Tenderloin neighborhood, and with quality of life and economic development in low-income communities (attach pages as necessary)?
Becoming a Board member, at the minimum, obligates you to at least 4-6 hours of Board and Committee meetings per month for two years, plus proactive volunteer work on behalf of the organization in resource development, outreach/community liaison, and commitment to special projects.
How will you fit in these duties with your own schedule, and how long can you maintain this kind of commitment?
3) What can you offer to the organization as a future Board member? What skills and resources can you bring to the table ?
Prior or Current Membership and Specific Duties in Professional or Civic Organizations (attachments welcome)
Please list your job title and description of your work