Michigan Equality hires development director; seeks to expand board

By |2018-01-15T16:20:43-05:00June 23rd, 2005|News|

LANSING – Michigan Equality has hired Bailey Mead as its first development director. Mead has worked as a victim advocate for Triangle Foundation, has served as a volunteer coordinator for Affirmations Lesbian and Gay Community Center and has extensive experience in fundraising and development.
Mead will begin her new position June 20.
Michigan Equality has also hired a new Administrative Assistant, Nancy English.
In addition to the new staff, the organization is working to expand its board of directors. Board members are responsible for determining policy, participating in fundraising, and helping promote the organization. The organization is committed to recruiting a board that is racially and ethnically diverse as well as recruiting members of diverse gender identities.
Those who have political, accounting, fundraising, organizing or legal skills are especially encouraged to apply. Board terms are a three year commitment.
For more information on joining Michigan Equality’s board contact Executive Director Chris Swope [email protected] or 1-800-858-9107.
Michigan Equality also needs volunteers for Pride season and to do data entry. To volunteer, contact Penny Gardner at [email protected] or 1-800-858-9107.

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