Join us at the Loadle Ladle Annual General Meeting Thursday March 28th, from 3:30-5:30 in the SUB, 6136 University Ave, room 224! There will be food, food questions, new board elections, and Loaded Ladle Lovin!
What does it mean to be a Loaded Ladle Board Member?
If our members and supporters are the cauldron of soup, then the Board is the Ladle itself. Board Members oversee the general operations of the Loaded Ladle. They select and develop projects and initiatives, set policy, communicate with the DSU and Dalhousie administration, and work collectively with members (aka volunteers) and staff to guide the actions of the Ladle in accordance with our mandate and constitution.
Board Members will be responsible for delegating duties, jobs and ideas to members as they develop. They are not solely responsible for implementing action. In the unlikely event that volunteers cannot be found, Board Members come together to collectively decide on a course of action.
Being on the Ladle Board offers a broad range of learning experiences – from activism, consensus-building, grant-writing, and business plans, to overseeing staff, designing banners, screen-printing t-shirts, navigating administrations, and the ins and outs of grassroots organizing!
What does being a Ladle board member mean to YOU?
What plans would you have for your term on the Loaded Ladle board?
What do you understand food sovereignty at Dalhousie to be?
Are you willing to uphold values that create a safe space and works to challenge forms of racism, sexism, transphobia, homophobia, ableism, ageism, classism, and all other forms of systemic oppression (both within our own organization and on the Dalhousie campus through our work)?