Board Member

Position Information
Independent Living Resource Center
Agency Description: 
The Independent Living Resource Center (ILRC) is a private, nonprofit, non-residential community organization founded in 1989. ILRC serves individuals with disabilities in a Ten-county area. The Center provides services designed to empower individuals with disabilities to foster independence in their lives. In its broadest implications, the independent living movement is the civil rights movement of millions of Americans with disabilities.
Position Description: 
We would like to see people--with or without disabilities--who have experience in fiscal management, business, government, public relations and marketing, fundraising, politics, or law on the Board. Experience in community organizing, business, law, finances, or fundraising appreciated. You do need to want to do everything possible to make sure that barriers, attitudes or other types of discrimination do not limit choices and options for people with disabilities.
Expectations - to include meeting schedules and information on fundraising and committee work: 
How long is my commitment if I become a Board member? The term for each Board member is 3- years. Occasionally, a one-year or two-year term is available to fill out the term of a member who could no longer serve. Board Meetings: Meets at ILRC, 4401 Lomas Blvd., Suite B, Albuquerque, at least 4 times per year, quarterly on Wednesdays or Thursdays from 1 – 3 or 4 p.m.
Contact Information
Gil Yildiz
4401 Lomas Blvd., Suite B
New Mexico
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