Join our Board of Directors

Pacific Center for Human Growth (Pacific Center) is seeking motivated and engaged community members to serve on our Board of Directors! Potential candidates should be aligned with the Pacific Center's mission and vision to ensure that all LGBTQIA+ community members have access to LGBTQIA+ and QTBIPOC culturally humble mental health services.  This is an exciting time to join our board.  With board and staff investment, we recently revised our strategic plan to lift up a focus on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI), as well as accessibility.

 

The board helps track success regarding strategic plan goals, reviews other governance-related items to ensure the Center remains 501c3 compliant, and fundraises for the center's programs.  Board members are also ambassadors who speak about the center's work in the community and ensure the maximum number of people know about the incredible services we provide, from our peer support groups to sliding-scale mental health services, to older adult and youth programming, to HIV-related services, and our DEI, LGBTQIA+ and QTBIPOC internal and community facing trainings. 

 

All candidates are welcome to express interest by emailing: board@pacificcenter.org.

 

Pacific Center believes that diversity of experience and perspective enhances creativity, innovation, and productivity.  We have a clear vision and strategic commitment to initiatives that create and maintain a diverse, inclusive and equitable work environment.  We actively seek to recruit, train and promote individuals regardless of race, ethnicity, religion, orientation, disability, age, size, veteran status, or other protected status.  We are strongly committed to centering and uplifting the LGBTQIA+ and BIPOC communities, and strongly encourage queer and trans people of color, gender non-conforming people, and disabled folx to apply to join the Board of Directors.

Pacific Center for Human Growth

Founded in 1973, Pacific Center for Human Growth is the oldest LGBTQIA+ center in the Bay Area, the third oldest in the nation, and operates the only sliding scale mental health clinic for LGBTQ/IA+ and QTBIPOC people and their families in Alameda County.