Abianda is a small not for profit social enterprise that works with young women affected by gangs and county lines. We are looking for new Board members with financial / accounting or strategy skills to advice the team.
Abianda is a London-based not-for-profit social enterprise that works with young women and girls affected by gangs and county lines activity, and the professionals who support them. We are a staff team of 18. Our mission is to bring about a culture shift in the way services are delivered to young women under the age of 25, so that:
We do this by:
We are looking for two new Board members to fill the skills gaps of two out going Board members.
Board meetings take place quarterly from 3 - 6pm on the last Tuesday of January, April, July and October. There are also four x 1 hour 'midway' calls that take place with the CEO where she updates the Board on current issues. The Board may also need to participate in staffing procedures, training or meetings, as, or if, relevant.
Each Board member will undergo an enhanced DBS check and will need to sign Abianda's NDA and GDPR agreement.
We are looking for someone with expertise in finance / accounting or organisational strategy to join our Board of Directors.
We are a small organisation with 18 staff carrying out challenging frontline work with young women. Our current Board of five make a huge contribution to the governance of the organisatsion, but after a number of years in post we are sadly having to say goodbye to two Board members. We are looking for a couple of new Board members to replace the skills they brought to the Board.
Benefits for Board members include: