PR/Marketing/Events, Finance, Law, Curriculum Development, Healthcare
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Thank you for your interest in serving as a member of Articine’s Board of Directors!
Articine was incorporated as a 501c3 organization in May 2020 and is committed to action, impact and growth through an equity lens. We use the humanity of the arts with the power of medicine to create wellness experiences for our communities. By telling human stories through performances and workshops, Articine integrates the arts and medicine to inspire healthcare providers to deliver more empathetic and effective patient care. Our vision boldly imagines the universal delivery of empathetic and effective healthcare that embraces the arts to support healing and well-being for healthcare providers and their patients.
Our current projects and goals are:
*Implementation of our recently completed 3-year strategic plan
*Premiere our newest production, The Anxiety Piece, in Portsmouth, NH and begin touring.
*Build out, market and scale our Healthcare Resiliency Program
*Grow and develop our social media/marketing strategy
*Innovative fundraising/development strategy around our next production about dementia and other current projects
Attend 5 of 6 regular board meetings a year, held every other month on Zoom (consent agenda format)
Serve on at least one committee, with at least 5 additional hours of service/month.
Attendance and/or support of fundraising/donor cultivation events
Annual financial contribution or professional service
Board members serve a 2-year term (renewable by vote).
Articine is at a very exciting point in its young life. We are overjoyed with how much positive attention we’ve received and we are poised to progress quickly. Your participation in our work will have a profound impact on our future. We look forward to any questions you might have for us!
Position posted: 06/21/2022