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The Libertas College Prep Board is currently looking to bring on two new founding board members to govern a 4th-8th grade charter middle school in South Los Angeles, opening in August 2015. Looking for experienced professionals interested in a hands on, entrepreneurial opportunity to serve at higher levels and provide an excellent college preparatory education to under-served students. Board responsibilities include monthly board meetings and committee work. Potential applicants should have expertise in one of the following areas: real estate, law, human resources, or marketing.

If interested, contact or


Women Against Gun Violence (WAGV) needs Board Members to take our 20-year old organization to the next level through programming, media awareness, and policymaking.  You will engage with our elected officials, media representatives, survivors of gun violence, community members, and community activists to prevent gun violence in Los Angeles, in California, and throughout the nation. 

For more information, please contact Margot Bennett at 310-204-2348 or by email at


VALIENTE COLLEGE PREPARATORY CHARTER SCHOOL - a LACOE-approved charter school - is looking for board members.

Board members spend approximately 5 to 8 hours a month supporting Executive Director in work necessary to start this new charter school opening in Southeast Los Angeles in August 2015.   Skillsets like oversight, governance, audit, finance, accounting, fundraising, and school-related experience are all relevant.

Interested candidates should contact Board Chair Leanne Huebner, HBS '97, at  


LA'S BEST FRIENDS BOARD (Young Professional Board)


LA's BEST provides a safe and supervised after school education, enrichment and recreation program for elementary school children ages 5 to 12 in the City of Los Angeles.  More information about the organization is available at:


LA's BEST Friends is a Young Professional Board that supports the LA's BEST After School Enrichment Program by connecting diverse young professionals and students to each other and their communities through volunteering, fundraising, public outreach and community building.  The Friends Board responsibilities:

          - Fundraising: $5K annual give-or-get

          - Engagement: serve on two committees and host an event to introduce friends/colleagues/family to the program

          - Attendance: attend 4 of 6 LA's Best Friends Board meetings and attend committee meetings


Interested candidates should contact Cassandra Krause at





La Senora Research Institute ( is looking for a Development Officer for its Board.  Responsibilities will include creating and implementing a development plan.  Candidates should have strong contacts with corporations and grant makers.   


Interested candidates should contact Patricia Nettleship at

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