December 7, 2005
U.S.-African center seeks board members
The Center for African Peace and Conflict Resolution of Sacramento State is looking for new board members to help support the organization's mission: to promote positive communication and interaction between the U.S., the Caribbean and Africa.
Professionals with demonstrated accomplishments in disciplines such as health, education, business and marketing, government, environmental studies, public relations, journalism, international development and diplomacy are strongly encouraged to apply.
The board is responsible for the support and improvement of all organizational programs and projects, fundraising and outreach. The board is also in charge of creating partnerships with other organizations at the local, state and national levels, which have included the U.S. State Department, the U.S. Agency for International Development, the Nigerian Human Rights Commission, the Kenyan judiciary, the University of Ghana and other institutions in the United States and Africa.
Board members serve a minimum tenure of three years and are expected to participate in the center's programs, committees and special events, which include conferences, workshops, lectures and visits by international dignitaries and scholars.
Applications will be accepted until Feb. 26. For more information on the position or to obtain a board application, contact Ernest Uwazie at (916) 278-6282 or visit www.csus.edu/org/capcr. For media assistance, contact the Sacramento State Public Affairs office at (916) 278-6156.
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