2020 has been a year of challenges and opportunities for JCI UK, we have seen your members create sustainable impact in our communities and develop as leaders in a changing world. That is why we are all here to grow and develop personally and professionally.
The next stage of this is to start looking for members from across the UK that will take on National roles next year, being on JCI UK National Board is a fantastic experience. Being on National Board offers the opportunity to work with other passionate members from different Local Organization from across the country.
This is a great platform to learn new skills including contributing to the strategic planning for the organisation, help support the great work being undertaken by our local organisations whilst enjoying being a part of a diverse team.
Prospective applicants will be nominated during the JCI Annual General Meeting on Saturday 3rd October and once elected, all new officeholders will assume their positions starting from 1st January 2021. There will also be a pre end of year planning session to get the newly elected team together in December.
2021 Board Roles
- Deputy National President
- Director for Engagement & Growth
- Director for Marketing & PR
- Director of Training & Partnerships
- Director of Website & Digital Transformation
- Finance Director
- Admin Director
- Board Director X2
To view all full role description and the Intention to Stand Template please click here: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1H52tdzSHhGFAlaH3GtE16jDLAhSEtcLx?usp=sharing
Online drop-in sessions
If you would like to know more about these roles, there will be some drop-in sessions with Phoebe Benta, please let her know if you will be dropping in.
- August 10th (12 – 1pm) & (6pm – 7pm)
- August 13th (4 pm – 6 pm)
If you are interested in standing please send a completed Intention to Stand Template for 2021 roles to the 2020 JCI UK Admin Director Fee Francis at firstname.lastname@example.org and also to Phoebe Benta, at email@example.com before the deadline of 8 pm on Friday 4th September 2020.
Tags: National Board, National Board Role 2021
Categorised in: National
This post was written by Phoebe Benta Benta