|Foundation for Independent Living|
serving West Virginians with disabilities
The Foundation for Independent Living is currently governed by an eleven member board of directors that includes the Foundation president.
The five elected officers of the Mountain State Centers for Independent Living Executive Committee also serve as members of the Foundation's board of directors.
The president/CEO of Mountain State Centers for Independent Living [Anne Weeks] serves as the president/CEO of the Foundation for Independent Living.
We currently have positions available on both the Mountain State Centers for Independent Living board and the Foundation for Independent Living board.
The Foundation for Independent Living is actively recruiting board members who support independent living for people with disabilities and the mission of Mountain State Centers for Independent Living.
We are currently seeking to combine the talents of our business community with the experience of our disability community to create broader awareness of our work while continuing to build community partnerships that create opportunities for both the people and businesses of West Virginia.
The responsibilities of a Foundation for Independent Living board member include:
If you have experience in the areas listed above and believe that people with disabilities should be able to live independently in their community, please contact Anne Weeks to learn more about becoming a board member for the Foundation for Independent Living.