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BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL PEOPLE FOR THE PUBLIC INTEREST

The Board of Directors provides direction, guidance, and oversight of the leadership, operations, programs, and activities of BPI. The Board supports the work of BPI and provides leadership, strategic governance, and financial support aligned with the achievement of BPI's mission. While day-to-day operations are led by BPI's Executive Director, with the support of staff, the success of BPI relies on strong partnerships between the Board and the Executive Director and staff.

BPI seeks to add to its Board of Directors with candidates who are committed to its mission of racial, economic, and social justice and are interested in investing their efforts in supporting our work.

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About BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL PEOPLE FOR THE PUBLIC INTEREST

Location:

25 E WASHINGTON STREET, CHICAGO, IL 60602, US

Mission Statement

BPI's mission is to combat systemic barriers to equity and to fight for racial, economic and social justice. We do this work to realize our vision, that every person has the right and opportunity to live their fullest life in a thriving community and free of systemic barriers.

Description

An innovative public interest law and policy center, BPI utilizes a combination of legal tools, policy research, advocacy, organizing, and convening to work towards transformational change. Dedicated to advancing nuanced solutions to pressing racial, economic, and social justice issues, BPI's work is focused on housing, police accountability, criminal justice reform, and early childhood education. We lead and support efforts to dismantle systems of injustice, create structures that empower communities, and reduce harms caused by racism and oppression.

Board Development
Justice & Legal
Race & Ethnicity

WHEN

We'll work with your schedule.

WHERE

25 E Washington Street, Suite 1515Chicago, IL 60602

(41.88292,-87.62646)
 

SKILLS

  • Brand Development & Messaging
  • Interactive/Social Media/SEO
  • Financial Planning
  • Fundraising
  • Community Outreach
  • People Skills

GOOD FOR

N/A

REQUIREMENTS

  • Attend board and committee meetings (about 90 minutes) monthly; other special projects and outreach as needed.

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