The Josephine Herrick Project needs to develop its Board so that it can expand its effectiveness and pursue its revised mission.
Nonprofit: The Josephine Herrick Project
The Josephine Herrick Project, founded in 1946 by a pioneer female photographer, seeks to transform the lives of individuals facing significant social and economic disadvantage through its free photography and visual storytelling programs. It serves multiple audiences including disabled veterans, seniors, underserved youth and those with special needs. The ability to tell stories through image unleashes the power to change lives and to amplify the voices of under-represented communities.
Originally established to rehabilitate disabled veterans, Herrick has expanded its served populations significantly and now faces the need to reevaluate that expansion and rebuild its Board within the constraints of its budget.
- The brainstorming session will be held April 23rd.
- The brainstorming session will last approximately 2 hours from 6-8pm.
- Questions? Contact Project Coordinator Cornelius Marx, MBA 1967, email@example.com.