- President – Responsible for establishing the overall vision and strategic direction for the organization, directing the Leadership Team, including co-chairs of each committee, organizing monthly Leadership Team meetings (creating agenda, running meetings), writing email messages to membership, presenting at each member meeting, conferring on a regular basis with individual Leadership Team members, and planning and problem solving as needed. Ensures, with the Leadership Team, that the organization’s activities are consistent with the values and goals of the organization.
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- Vice President – Responsible for leading meetings in the absence of the President and for serving as the chair of the Governance Committee (responsible for the policies, rules, and regulations of the organization) and the Nominating Committee. May also chair new initiatives or one-time projects.
- Secretary – Responsible for creating and posting minutes of all Leadership Team meetings, ensuring action items are well documented.
- Treasurer – Responsible for managing the financial health of the organization. Oversees the development and observation of financial policies. Develops the annual budget for operational funds. Works closely with Community Foundation Sonoma County to monitor fund balances and manage operational fund account. Keeps the membership and leadership informed of key financial status, trends, and issues. Ensures membership and leadership have the financial information necessary for informed decision-making.
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- Internal Communication Coordinator – Responsible for managing, monitoring, and coordinating the organization’s email communication. Oversees and updates the membership roster in coordination with Community Foundation Sonoma County, Treasurer, and Membership Committee. Works in close liaison with Education & Events, Grants, Marketing, and Membership committees to send their emails to membership and non-profits in a timely manner. Works closely with Grant Committee for receipt, documentation, and distribution of non-profit electronic applications to Dropbox. Keeps the leadership informed of RSVPs to events and communications received ensuring for informed decision-making.
- Impact 100 RC Grant Committee – Responsible for managing the entire grant application and grant awarding process. Oversees soliciting and review of letters of inquiry and full grant proposals, development of the grant process, establishing criteria for evaluating grant applications, conducting site visits, and recommending three finalists for membership vote.
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- Impact 100 RC Community Grants Committee– Responsible for creating the community grants program, including timeline, parameters and process.
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- Membership Committee– Responsible for refining member recruitment and retention strategies. Currently, one co-chair spearheads recruitment and the other focuses on retention. The committee meets as needed (usually monthly). Recruitment: responds to prospect leads, tracks and emails prospects, distributes marketing materials, plans and attends house parties, designs and leads mixers for Impact 100RC meetings. Retention: mails welcome cards to new members, works with Community Foundation and the Leadership Team Treasurer to enhance pledge/registration materials, tracks annual renewals.
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- Education and Events Committee– Responsible for producing 3-5 member meetings or events per year, identifying venues, planning and staging the event, securing refreshments, audio/visual equipment, and meeting all other needs to produce a successful event. Also plans educational programs and works in conjunction with the other committees to create content for the meetings.
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- Marketing Committee–Responsible for developing and maintaining marketing materials, building awareness for the organization in the community, developing and maintaining the website (WordPress) and social media presence (including Facebook page), creating an electronic newsletter, writing press releases, taking photos and videos at events for use in internal and external communications. Develop and manage sponsor program.
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- Liaison Committee – The purpose of this committee is to partner with the winner of the Impact 100 RC Grant to assist in accomplishing those goals that are in alignment with their accepted proposal, to keep Impact 100 RC membership informed of the winning agency’s activities as they progress toward successful completion of the grant, and to heighten the community visibility of both the winning agency and Impact 100 RC vis-a-vis the activities of the grant.
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- Nominating Committee – Responsible for creating a slate of members for the Leadership Team to be ratified by the membership
Impact 100 Redwood Circle Committees
- Impact 100 RC Grant Committee– There are several subcommittees under the grant committee including subcommittees to create and review the Letter of Inquiry, the Full Proposal Application, and the site visit process. Members may also choose to serve on the finance subcommittee to assess the financial status of applicants. The time commitment varies but is most intense from November through May.
- Impact 100 RC Community Grants Committee– This is a new committee, which will create the format and processes for Community Grants.
- Liaison Committee – Committee members will work with the agency awarded an annual grant to ensure successful implementation of the funded project. Examples of committee activities may include attending events and activities at the agency’s site, mentoring agency staff, or helping to create networking opportunities for the agency.
- Membership Committee– All committee members are expected to participate in registering and welcoming members to all events. Members may also host house parties and participate in other initiatives to attract and retain members.
- Events and Education Committee– All members assist in the various responsibilities required to put on the 3-5 events held each year for the members. This might include everything from procuring food, wine, decorations, sound equipment and venues, running a slide show, taking photos or videos, or washing dishes.
- Marketing Committee– Members might be responsible for creating or updating web content, creating and maintaining our presence on Facebook, creating a bi-monthly e-newsletter, writing press releases and other activities to ensure Impact 100 RC is known in the community.
- Nominating Committee– Responsible for creating a slate of members for the Leadership Team to be ratified by the membership.
- Governance Committee– Responsible for reviewing current precedents,
practices, and procedures and creating a set of policies and practices for Impact 100 RC. This is a new committee. Chaired by Vice President.