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Thank you for your interest in serving as a member of the Board of Directors for Pablo Foundation. The makeup of our board matters, and we seek dynamic, diverse, and engaging board members who reflect our deep commitment to fostering a community that respects, honors, and seeks to enrich each other culturally.

Our mission is to create a model for a healthy and sustainable community, and our vision is to empower organizations to inclusively transform Eau Claire by facilitating human connections and ensuring sustainability in the areas of health, housing, education, and the arts. In fulfilling our mission and achieving our vision, we look for opportunities that will create or enhance long-lasting positive effects in the greater Eau Claire community and be inclusive of people of all races, ethnicities, age groups, gender identities, sexualities, socioeconomic statuses, and disabilities. To that end, Pablo Foundation seeks board members willing to volunteer their time and actively participate in the mission and vision of the Foundation.

Please review the general obligations of a board member, and if interested, complete the survey linked below. If you need any assistance completing the board interest survey, please contact Pablo Foundation’s Grants and Communications Administrator, Zach Schultz-Bates at or at 715.523.2653.

Board of Directors Obligations:

  • Prepare for and actively participate in quarterly meetings (approximately 2-4 hours), generally scheduled for the first month of each quarter in January, April, July, and October.

  • Participate on 2-3 committees as necessary (existing committees are: Grant Review, Human Capital, Request for Proposals, Governance & Finance, and Board Building & Nomination).

  • Serve an initial term of 3 years, with a possible renewal term of 1, 2, or 3 years.

  • Oversee and govern the affairs and activities of the Foundation, including grant-making and charitable gift-giving consistent with the mission and initiatives of the Foundation.

  • Share in areas of expertise and knowledge to assist the board and Executive Director in advancing the Foundation’s mission and initiatives.

  • Periodically assess the Foundation’s performance and continually look for ways to improve the community through the Foundation’s mission and initiatives.

  • Establish and monitor policies that protect the integrity of the Foundation’s mission and initiatives and support effective operations of the Foundation.

  • Contribute to a board culture of mutual respect, openness, and candor.

  • Act in the best interest of the Foundation and disclose any potential conflict of interest, financial or otherwise.

  • Participate in fair and thoughtful processes to elect future board members to continuously ensure a diverse board makeup.

If you're interested in potentially serving on Pablo Foundation's Board of Directors, please click here to fill out a brief survey.

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