Minnesota Assistance Council for Veterans (MACV)https://www.mac-v.org/
MACV's mission is to end Veteran homelessness in Minnesota.
Health and Human Services
MACV welcomes candidates who can bring a variety of personal experiences and/or professional expertise to shape and guide the organizations efforts towards its mission. Perspectives of those who have lived experience with housing instability or as a recipient of social services bring important voices to the governance level that shape the organizations strategies, approach, and philosophy regarding client services. Perspectives of those who bring broad or specialty professional skills and experiences ranging from business to social services and more help to strengthen the organization and build capacity.
MACV places no specific requirements on board members beyond a commitment to our mission and dedication of time to take part in quarterly board meetings, and more as able.
MACV's board provides governance level oversight of and guidance for the organization. MACV is a well-established organization that was founded in 1990 with a management team to carry out regular operations. MACV's full team is comprised of over 60 employees dedicated to providing comprehensive services in areas of housing, employment, legal assistance and more in support of Veterans who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless throughout the state.
MACV's board of directors provides core governance functions for the organization related to strategy and direction, policy, fiduciary oversight through budget and financial statement review, relationship and partnership development, and providing overall guidance to management. The board meets quarterly, and members have opportunities to engage more deeply as they are able and desire.Brian Peterson