United Against Slavery is Seeking Board Members
that want to see every man, woman, boy, and girl live free from sexual and labor exploitation.
United Against Slavery is supported by hard-working Board Members and we are currently adding more members in preparation for the next expansion of growth at our 501(c)(3) organization.
- We are currently seeking Board Members in the following areas: Research, Technology (including AI), Fundraising, Legal, Communications, Marketing, Ethic/Compliance (Including GDPR), SDG's and other areas not mentioned.
- We are seeking individuals who represent the diverse demographics of anti-trafficking stakeholder groups represented in the National Outreach Survey:
Attorneys and Prosecutors
Concerned Citizens (Public Opinion)
Early and Forced Marriages
Former Child Soldiers
Former Foster Youth
Human Trafficking Survivors
Licensed Social Workers
Migrants and Refugees
Native American and Indigenous People
Shelters & Safe Houses
Survivors of Other Types of Abuse
Transportation - Air
Transportation - Ground
Term of Office
Two years with the possibility of renewal for a second term
Roles and Responsibilities
- Attend all board and committee meetings and be prepared to participate
- Stay informed about board and committee matters; review and comment on minutes and reports
- Have robust board meetings that cut through the complexity of the environment in which United Against Slavery is operating in order to assist organizational leadership in anticipating and navigating change
- Stay informed about the organization's mission, services, policies, and programs
- Keep up-to-date on developments in the organization's field
- Follow developments in the community, economy, government, etc. that may affect the organization
- Serve on committees and offer to take on special assignments
- Participate in organizational fundraising
- Cultivate relationships that are beneficial to the organization’s strategies and mission
- Get to know other members; build working relationships that contribute to consensus
- Suggest nominees to the board who can make significant contributions to the work of the board and the organization
- Follow conflict of interest and confidentiality policies
- Develop strategies to fund our mission that are realistic and that support our organization’s business model
- Participate actively in the board’s annual evaluation and planning efforts
This will vary depending upon the activities at UAS. Some months may not require participation and other months may require up to six hours. The UAS Board meets on a quarterly basis.
Service on United Against Slavery’s board of directors is without remuneration, except for administrative support, travel, and accommodation costs in relation to board members’ duties.
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