We are working on updating our recruitment practices to consciously and actively develop a more diverse board. Our work within the criminal justice system focuses on community-minded restorative justice and we work hard to understand and counteract the institutional challenges different demographics of people encounter in our communities.
Valley Court Diversion Programs
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Posted: January 3, 2023
Organization DescriptionValley Court Diversion Programs is a non-profit organization that practices restorative justice in Windsor County, Vermont, and Sullivan and Lower Grafton Counties, New Hampshire. Our programs are designed to assist individuals who have violated the law and been referred to us to repair the harm caused by their unlawful actions.. Our mission is to empower individuals and communities to reduce harm and inspire change..
Organization's Approach to Diversity, Equity, Belonging, & Inclusion
Board Terms and Term LimitsTerms last two years, with a limit of three consecutive terms.
Frequency & Duration of Board MeetingsOur board meets no more than10x per year for about 1-2 hours each time. Some meetings are in person, but Zoom is also always available. Members are required to join one of several committees based on their own interests and the needs of the Board.
Stipends for Board MembershipNo
If Interested, Send Letter of Interest to the Following Point of Contact:Amanda Moore
Point of Contact Emailmms84@yahoo.com