Board of Directors 

CAP-HC has opportunities for Hennepin County residents interested in getting involved in streghtening communities in Hennepin County and helping remove barriers that low-to-moderate income residents face. The Board of Directors for CAP-HC represents private, public and community interests. We seek dedicated volunteers to apply for membership on the Board of Directors. Board members play an important role in guiding the agency and assisting people currently living in poverty.

CAP-HC is a private, non-profit agency funded by federal, state, and local grants to help people experiencing poverty, and work to eliminate the causes of poverty. We currently counsels prospective home buyers, assists homeowners facing foreclosure, educates the community about poverty and related issues, and works in partnership with human services providers to address the needs of people in poverty.

 

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2017 CAPSH Board of Directors

David Asp 
     Representing Hennepin County Commissioner Jeff Johnson
Anthony Baquero
Mary Brindle - Chair 
Alma Brown
Abdirahim Busuri
Daniel DuHamel- Treasurer 
Dennis English- Secretary
Commissioner Debbie Goettel
Justin Gillette
Cam Gordon
Robert Gutierrez
Marvin Johnson
Karin Keitel
    Representing Hennepin County Commissioner Jan Callison
David Krause- Vice Chair 
Mark Matasovsky
Jeanne McTootle 
Michael Mobley
Solomon Ogunyemi
Ruth Ruffin 
Abdi Warsame
Char Wilkinson
 

Interested in Serving on Our Board?

The primary function of the Board is to provide general policy guidance to the organization. A Board member is expected to observe, listen, evaluate and contribute to the process of Board decision-making. The Board is responsible for providing long-term financial objectives and monitoring program outcomes against CAP-HC's mission. A Board member may serve for a maximum of eight consecutive terms.

A Board member should:

  • Act to represent the interests, and provide a perspective that is respectful of the group of citizens s/he represents (private, public, community)
  • Respect and listen to diverse opinions
  • Read written materials and prepare in advance of Board Meetings
  • Channel all communications to staff through the Executive Director
  • Attend committee and Board meetings
  • Seek opportunities to become more informed about the organization
  • Be fair and unbiased
  • Have no conflict of interest with agency/programs
Estimated Time Commitment: Monthly Board meeting: 1-2 hours, Preparation: 1-2 Hours
Location of Activities: Meetings generally take place at CAP-HC's St. Louis Park office
Community Sector representatives will be reimbursed for mileage.
If interested, please call 952-933-9639 for more information.
 
 

2018 Board of Director Meeting Dates & Times

 
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2018 CAPSH Committee Meetings

 

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Links of Interest

2016 Annual Report