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Seeking Dynamic Members to join the Board of Directors at WIN House
WIN House is a not-for-profit organization that has delivered safe accommodations and services for women experiencing violence since 1968. WIN House operates two emergency shelters and one second-stage shelter. Last year WIN House provided 24,528 nights of safety for women and children. The organization employs more than 70 staff. WIN House is committed to an equitable, diverse, and inclusive Board of
Directors, volunteers, and workforce.





About The Opportunity

  • Our Board of Directors represents diverse professional experiences and personal
    backgrounds passionate about community service.

  • Our Board of Directors is committed to making a difference in the lives of women and children who have experienced intimate partner violence.

  • Our Board of Directors provides fiduciary oversight and strategic planning for the operations of WIN House.

How To Apply - applications are now closed. 

  • To be considered, please provide a cover letter expressing your reason for interest and a current resume or CV addressing the criteria to our Executive Director, Ms. Leslie Allen, or click the apply link below. 

  • Those individuals who meet the eligibility criteria will be contacted for an interview by the Nomination Committee.

Who You are

  • Over the age of 18.

  •  Will meet the requirements of a Security Clearance Check

  •  Able to commit 5-10 hours a month to Board and committee meetings.

  • Act as an ambassador for WIN House at community events.

  • Engage in Board development activities...

  • Professional experience in one of the following sectors (current or retired) is considered an asset: accounting/ business, community development, education, healthcare, human resources, and/or legal.

  • Awareness of strategic planning, government funding, intimate partner violence would be an asset.

  • Previous board experience would be an asset (advisory, governance, operational, and/or stakeholder boards).

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