The Seattle Privacy Coalition has several open board seats, and is seeking candidates who would like to help the organization grow to better improve the privacy of the citizens and residents, and the transparency of governing bodies, of Seattle and Washington State via advocacy and activism.
We seek candidates from diverse backgrounds, and do not expect any individual will bring all of the strengths we seek for the board. Some of the skills we seek include direction setting, strategic growth, fund-raising, and organizational management. Experience on a board is a plus, not a requirement.
Candidates may self-nominate, and should include a statement of the strengths and experience the candidate brings, and optionally, what they would hope to accomplish as a board member. The Coalition will, of course, treat all applications as private.
To submit a nomination, go to the application page.