Get to know the MET Board of Directors
The MET's Board of Directors plays an essential role in the success of our organization and realizing its mission. Help keep the momentum going by running for election! Being on the MET Board is a fun way to serve your community, get to know your neighbors and contribute to the critical tasks of educating and preparing our community for wildfire.
What does the MET Board of Directors do?
Supports the organization’s performance in realizing its mission and achieving its goals.
Engages in strategic and organizational long-range planning
Ensures fiduciary oversight and financial management
Focuses on fundraising and securing grant monies
Acts as a watchdog to insure transparency in its operation
What are the individual responsibilities of the Directors?
Attend and prepare for monthly 1.5- to 2-hour Board meetings.
Maintain regular contact via email or phone with other Board members between meetings as issues arise for Board consideration or action.
Maintain familiarity with the MET’s mission, policies, programs and needs.
Serve as an active advocate and MET ambassador.
What opportunities does the MET Board offer?
To give back and be of service to your community.
To work with dedicated, resourceful, imaginative, intelligent and FUN fellow Board members.
To bask in the appreciation received for putting specific talents to good use for the common good.
To enjoy a sense of accomplishment in knowing that you’re one of those who are helping keep Painted Cave safe.
What is a term?
Newly elected directors will serve for two (2) years, joining continuing Board members
After your term expires you may re-run for re-election
There are no limits to the amount of terms you may serve upon election
Current Board of Directors
Dennis Clegg: 2019-2022
Nic Proctor: 2019-2022
Ina Brittian: 2019-2020
Jessica Tunny: 2019-2020
Rex Stephens: 2019
Interested in joining the Board?
Being a Board member entails a commitment to participate in monthly meetings (3rd Wed. of each month)—now online—and in activities related to MET as per your expertise. If you don’t want to run for the Board yourself, but know a good candidate, nominate another MET member to run.
1. You must be a current (paid up) Mountain Ember Team member;
2. You may nominate another MET member or yourself;
3. Current directors with expiring terms may run again.
4. Candidates are elected by a simple majority of votes from the registered MET members.
For more information or to submit your interest contact firstname.lastname@example.org.