Board Opportunities
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Board and Leadership Opportunities

NCHRA is a commYOUnity. Without you, there would be no us.

Looking for ways to get involved?

 

Build your local HR community.

Regional Boards
NCHRA has multiple regions, run almost entirely by a volunteer regional board. A great way to build your network and hone your leadership skills, regional board positions vary by location but commonly include: Regional Chair, Membership Chair, College Relations Chair, Community Relations Chair. The regions include a Virtual Region, the Pacific Northwest Region, the Midwest Region, the Metro NYC Region, the Southern California Region, and the following Northern California Regions: Contra Costa, East Bay, Greater Tri-Valley, Marin, North Bay, Peninsula, San Francisco, Santa Clara, Santa Cruz and Solano/Yolo.

Conference Advisory Councils

Want to hold a high visibility role in the nation’s second largest HR association? Have a strong network and passion to contribute to the HR profession? If so, this is the opportunity for you. Join one of the four Advisory Councils: Women’s Leadership, Legal, Small HR and Recruiting. If selected for this volunteer role, you’ll meet several times a year, work with our VP of Professional Development, and collaborate with other professionals to identify trending issues and create one of the four key conference agendas. Furthermore, you’ll utilize your network to help identify and secure appropriate subject matter speakers. Additional opportunities to participate may include blogging and social media marketing.


Governing Board

Each summer, the association puts out a call for nominations for the NCHRA Governing Board. The Governing Board reviews the nominations and selects a slate of candidates for the annual election. The online election is held typically in November and the new board is announced typically in January.

FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT LEADERSHIP OPPORTUNITIES, email: nchra@nchra.org with your interest and availability.

 

Please note: you must be an NCHRA member to hold a leadership position.