Board of Corporators
Role of the Corporator
Corporators are voting members of the Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Mass/Metrowest. As a body, the membership is responsible for electing other Corporators and the Board of Directors from within this group. Corporators are elected to a term of five-years, commencing at the annual meeting. Members in good standing are eligible for re-election to one or more successive terms. Corporators may be invited to serve as active volunteers or committee members.
Responsibilities and expectations
Corporators are asked to show tangible support for the Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Mass/Metrowest. Corporators will support the mission of the agency which is to provide children facing adversity with strong and enduring, professionally supported one-to-one relationships that change their lives for the better, forever. Corporators are chosen because of their involvement in community or business activities that can advance this mission and the agency’s ability to fulfill this mission.
It is expected that each Corporator will personally do the following:
1. Attend the annual meeting and participate in the election of Directors and Corporators.
2. Learn about and support the agency’s programs and services; and as often as possible, attend our events as a supporter of our mission and programs.
3. Make an annual financial contribution to the Directors & Corporators Fund, an operating reserve.
4. Consider the agency as part of your priority philanthropic planning, above and beyond the D&C Fund.
5. Serve on an annual event committee or board standing committee, act as an ambassador for the agency, share a technical skill or provide professional expertise for the agency, or assist with supporter appreciation activities (opportunities listed below).
6. Notify the Agency Chair of the Board and Chief Executive Officer of any changes in contact information or a resignation.
The Board of Corporators of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Mass/Metrowest, Inc. are as follows:
Board of Corporators
Major Gifts Committee
Jack Hoehlein - Chair
STEM Advisory Committee