• 45 people are interested

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ORGANIZATION: Community Boards

  • 45 people are interested
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Community Boards is the country's longest-running mediation center, and pioneered the concept of community mediation accessible to all.

Community Boards' Board of Directors needs your expertise and dedication to continue our public service to San Francisco’s many diverse communities and residents.

Community Boards operates the longest-running nonprofit conflict resolution center in the United States. We offer a range of affordable conflict resolution and restorative justice programs and services to residents, businesses, schools and communities throughout San Francisco. No one is ever turned away for lack of funds.

We are exploring and developing new paths to make our services even more accessible, affordable, and relevant conflict resolution services to all.

As a member of the Board, you'll help Community Boards sustain, improve, and expand the critical resources needed for a safer, respectful, and healthier San Francisco. You'll be part of a vibrant team of professionals, learn critical skills and expertise in board leadership, and gain visibility via a nationally-recognized conflict resolution and social justice organization.

If you're interested please email Darlene Weide, Executive Director, dweide@communityboards.org.

Review the Board Roles & Responsibilities here: https://conta.cc/41EWdfj

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About Community Boards


601 Van Ness Avenue, Suite 2040, San Francisco, CA 94102, US

Mission Statement

Community Boards mission is to empower communities and individuals with the strength, skills, and resources needed to express and resolve conflicts peacefully and appropriately for their culture and environment, and to provide low-cost, accessible conflict resolution to all.


Since 1976, Community Boards has provided low cost/sliding-scale mediation services to San Francisco residents and businesses, providing an alternative to the police, legal system and cost of lawyers.

Community Boards helps to resolve disputes involving landlords, tenants, roommates, neighbors and family members - from noise complaints, to money owed, to relationship issues, mediation provides a safe, structured and respectful environment to guide your conflict to a resolution.


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Justice & Legal
Board Development, Community, Justice & Legal


We'll work with your schedule.


601 Van Ness AvenueSuite 2040San Francisco, CA 94102



  • Executive Admin
  • Marketing Strategy & Planning
  • Business Development & Sales Management
  • Strategic Planning
  • Conflict Resolution
  • Fundraising




  • 3 years

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