What are the responsibilities of Board Members?
Our goal is to recruit board members who are passionate about our mission, who help to spread awareness, and who will guide the mission to fruition.
What is the Financial Commitment?
We do not place financial demands on board members.
We believe passionate board members do what is required to ensure the success of the mission.
Foundation Membership is not a prerequisite for board membership, however, it is encouraged and appreciated.
Foundation Members are asked to contribute from $720 to $5,100 per year.
Board Members may offer a combination of financial support and Pro Bono services.
Meetings are held live online to ensure transparency and to permit attendance by an International Board.
Board meetings are held monthly (January to October), and each board's meetings listed in the Board of Directors Meetings and Events Listing.
Board Meetings are recorded and accessible by the public, to ensure full transparency.
How long are Board Member terms?
Terms are for the life of the project, estimated at five to seven years.
What boards or committees exist?
Board of Trustees - Oversight Board
Board of International Relations and Development
Board of Corporate and Industry Inclusion
Board of Infrastructure and Development
Board of System Core Development
Board of Unions, Trades, and Workforce Safety
Board of Global Curriculum
Advisory Board of Mayors
Advisory Board of Governors
Young Professionals Board
Young Professional Leadership Council
Youth Leadership Council
What is the annual operating budget?
The average annual funding requirement for the Systemic Reform Movement is: $89 to $105 million.
The estimated total project cost is $608,946,095 for Phase I - Planning, through Phase V - Testing.
With an estimated 144,000 foundation members contributing $720 per year (on average), for seven years, the cost is roughly $60 per month, or $2.00 per day per foundation member.
Is there a deficit?
Does the organization have an annual audit and has it consistently been in good standing?
The System Core has been in the planning stage since 2008 (by AdvanCN.org), and will be officially launched through NFP Initiatives late 2019. Initiatives and projects have separate funding instruments, channels, and bank holding accounts and are thus independent of NFP Initiatives' General Account Holdings. NFP Initiatives serves as the Not-For-Profit Trustee for the System Core. Audits take place at the end of the project's fiscal year.
Are there any outstanding legal issues going on with the agency or the Initiative?
There are no outstanding legal issues with NFP Initiatives nor the System Reform Movement.
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