Board of Directors

The activities and business of Dane County TimeBank, Inc. shall be managed by a Board consisting of a minimum of 9 and a maximum of 20 members including but not limited to the officers of the organization.

Organization bylaws

 

 

Board of Directors Meeting

July 21, 2020 - 6:00pm

I. Opening Check-In (Lisa) 6:00

II. Assign Notetaker

III. Agenda Review & Update if Needed (Lisa) 6:10

IV. Review and approve minutes 6:15

V. Director’s Report (Lorrie) – activities /projects/ partnership 6:25

VI. Finance/ Budget review – website design investment 6:40

VII. Audit update 6:55

a. vote on cost allocation plan
b. vote on fraud policy and cost allocation plan

VIII. Engagement strategies – TAN, community activities, etc. 7:00

IX. Membership roles and adjustments to sign up and orientation 7:10

a. discussion and bylaws review

X. Background checks discussion 7:15

XI. Board meeting dates and frequency 7:25

Board of Directors Meeting

June 16, 2020 - 6:00pm

Agenda

  1. I. Opening Check-In (Lisa) 6:00
  2. II. Agenda Review & Update if Needed (Lisa) 6:10
  3. III. Review and approve February minutes (Amanda) 6:10
  4. IV. Director’s Report & Financial Update: Verbal Report (Lorrie) 6:15
  5. V. Timebanking during the time of COVID-19/ Timebanking with a racial justice lens 6:25 Circle discussion 
    a. How can timebanking be most relevant and impactful in this community? 

    a.i. Who has been most impacted in our community? 

    b. As we continue shifting our approach to timebanking with a racial justice lens as described in the strategic plan, this means things will be changing. Significant change almost always ruffles feathers/makes some people uncomfortable. Why and what does that mean for the Timebank? What are the limits that we want to push past and are there others we aren’t willing to push? 

  6. VI. Summary of To-Do’s, recording hours, and Adjourn (Amanda) 7:20

Board of Directors Meeting

April 21, 2020 - 6:00pm

I. Opening Check-In (Lisa) 6:00

II. Agenda Review & Update if Needed (Lisa) 6:10

III. Review and approve February minutes (Amanda) 6:10

IV. Director’s Report & Financial Update: Verbal Report (Lorrie) 6:15

V. Timebanking during the time of COVID-19/ Timebanking with a racial justice lens 6:25
Circle discussion

a. How can timebanking be most relevant and impactful in this community?
a.i. Who has been most impacted in our community?
b. As we continue shifting our approach to timebanking with a racial justice lens as described in the strategic plan, this means things will be changing. Significant change almost always ruffles feathers/makes some people uncomfortable. Why and what does that mean for the Timebank? What are the limits that we want to push past and are there others we aren’t willing to push?

VI. Summary of To-Do’s, recording hours, and Adjourn (Amanda) 7:20