We operate with these three pillars in mind: Create great work with uncompromising standards, invest in our people, inspire action.The Board will support the work of Play Your Part and provide mission-based leadership and strategic governance by: • serving as trusted advisers to the Executive & Artistic Directors as they develop and execute PYP’s season of theatre and events • meeting all legal and fiduciary responsibilities • serving on committees and taking on special assignments • representing PYP as an ambassador for the organization • collaborating as called upon them for visionary support or guidance Board Members will serve a one, two, or three-year term to be eligible for re-appointment for one additional term.
Play Your Part is dedicated to producing captivating theatre while providing a venue for new and classic voices that move our audiences to action.For more information contact Tom, secretary[at]seattlemusicaltheatre[dot]org National Organization for Women (founded in 1966) has a goal to take action to bring about equality and justice for women.We work to eliminate discrimination and harassment in the workplace, schools, justice system and all sectors of our society. We work to end all forms of violence against women. Ready to find a place to begin or advance your board service?Check out Board Networking Happy Hour in October 2018!For more information contact For 99 years, the Lighthouse for the Blind, Inc.has provided independence, empowerment and jobs for the blind, Deaf Blind and blind with our disabilities community in Washington.Our mission is to improve the bodies, minds, and spirits of children and adults with disabilities through equine-assisted therapies and activities, and to be an inspiration and educational resource to the therapeutic riding profession, both regionally and nationally.Little Bit Therapeutic Riding Center is seeking board members who can help our board navigate the next phase in our growth.We work to eradicate racism, sexism, and homophobia. The Board has a focus on community outreach efforts and engaging in the legislative process.Board meetings are monthly and members are asked to commit additional time for one action during the year.