Please note that we are happy to consider potential new Board members throughout the year.

Are you looking to amplify your career? Do you have a passion for the nonprofit sector and its employees? NANPP leaders guide the overall direction and financial management of the organization, plan fundraising events and work to broaden our relationships with other organizations and the community. 

Previous board experience is not required. A passion for supporting the future of nonprofit professionals is the only requirement, but additional skills that are especially welcome include nonprofit management, community leadership, and mentors for young nonprofit professionals.

Broad community representation is desirable. All nonprofit professionals are welcomed. 

Contact A-Shey Venning via email for a Nomination Form. 

Board Members serve for a period of two (2) years and can expect to participate 1-2 hours a month. 

Responsibilities for the Executive Board of Directors:

1. Act in the spirit of NANPP’s vision, mission, and values.

2. Together with other board members, steward strong governance:

a. Set goals and long-term organizational strategies
b. Participate in succession planning by recruiting new board members, providing for a Board that remains healthy and regenerative.

3. Contribute to board work:

a. Prepare for each Board meeting.
b. Board members must attend at least three out of four annual meetings in person, or by telephone.
Board meetings are held on the 2nd Wednesdays in September, January, April, and July. 

4. Disclose any potential or actual conflict of interest.

5. Contribute financially to NANPP.

a. Provide a minimum of $1,000 donation per year (personally or through fundraising efforts).  
b. Thoughtfully leverage personal and/or professional connections to further the Association’s fundraising goals


Thank you for your willingness to serve NANPP.