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Director at Large (Volunteer)
is a Canadian charitable organization with a mission to empower lymphoma patients and the lymphoma community through education, support and research. Lymphoma Canada provides educational materials and hosts forums and conferences on Hodgkin lymphoma (HL), non-Hodgkin lymphoma (NHL) and chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL). We also provide patient and caregiver support, advocate on behalf of patients for timely access to new treatments, and fund Canadian research. Lymphoma Canada resources are reviewed by our Scientific Advisory Board (comprised of Canadian researchers and clinicians), Nursing Advisory Board and/or Patient & Family Advisory Committee.
Description of Position
The Board of Directors provides leadership and support to the organization by committing to excellence in governance and organizational health. The national board comprises a team of leaders with combined expertise and experience in governance, financial & human resource management, law, business management, fundraising, lymphoma, not for profit organizations and information management/digital strategy.
As a board that conducts its affairs for all Canadians, we are looking for people from across the country who have board experience and knowledge about law, digital strategy, communications and fundraising.
All members of the Board have a passion for volunteering and for making a difference in the lives of those touched by lymphoma.
Directors generally meet five times a year; meetings are conducted on-line, with one meeting in-person in the Toronto area. Board members are also required to participate on one or more of the following standing committees: Finance & Audit, Governance, HR, and/or Patient Support & Research.
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How To Apply
Interested candidates are invited to submit a cover letter and recent resume, including applicable experience, to the attention of the
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