Call for Nominations. Haury Program Advisory Council
The Agnese Nelms Haury Program in Environment and Social Justice (Haury Program) requests nominations for members of an Advisory Council to help define the implementation of the Haury Program for the next five years.
We are looking for 12-16 people to provide representation, additional insight and knowledge to the Haury Program, and to complement the knowledge and expertise of the Haury Program staff, awardees, collaborators and DAF board. The council may form standing and ad hoc working committees to undertake work that informs and supplements the implementation work of staff. Such working committees may include networking and collaboration, policy, grantee recruitment, award impact, program communication and others.
We are particularly interested in hearing the voices of the next generation of leaders interested in
- Examine gaps and overlaps in funding and how best to prioritize and target efforts for greatest impact;
- Review funding options: the Haury Program portfolio and as reviewers to achieve impact;
- Evaluate Haury Program practices through the social justice lens;
- Evaluate Haury Program practices through impact (short and move-the-needle) lens;
- Advocate and connect with other organizations and efforts in the arena of environment and social justice to leverage the Haury Program efforts; and
- Promote, advise and advocate for awardees and interested parties to improve outcomes.
We hope you will consider leveraging your ideas, experience and skills by serving as an advisor. If you are interested in being part of the Haury Program council to help advance this Program’s efforts in social justice and environment, please send a concise letter of interest by 5 pm on October 18, 2019, which answers three questions to firstname.lastname@example.org:
- What is your interest and experience in social justice and the environment?
- What is your vision of a socially just and sustainable Southwest in 25 years?
- Why are you interested in serving on the Haury Program council?
Read the full call for nominations here.