The OAN board is recruiting three new members to stand for election at our June 2021 Annual Meeting. We are seeking committed board members from racialized communities to strategically lead the organization and help the OAN meet our mandate. Serving on the Board is an extraordinary opportunity for someone who is passionate about Ontario’s HIV sector. To uphold the OAN’s commitment to diversity and inclusion, will prioritize applications from racialized candidates.
Of the three available positions, one must be filled by at least one person from Ontario’s Central region, and, at least one must be filled by a person living with HIV. In accordance with the provisions of our by-laws, a majority of the OAN board must be people who are living with HIV who are willing to self-identify as living with HIV and to disclose their status in this application.
In addition to promoting leadership among those living with HIV, the OAN is committed to ensuring the board reflects the community of people living with HIV in Ontario to the greatest extent possible and supporting regional representation and accountability. We are also seeking graduates of capacity building programs such as the Positive Leadership Development Institute, Ethno-racial Treatment Support Network, Turning to One Another, and others.
LEARN MORE AND APPLY
If you would like to learn more about this opportunity, the OAN will hold an information session on:
- Thursday, March 11 at 5:00 pm.
To register for this session please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
To learn more about this opportunity, click here to download the nomination package or here to apply online.