Board of Directors and Officers

The Board of Directors is the main governing body of the organization. They are elected democratically by the general membership every Fall.

Board meetings are held the second Thursday of every month at 8:00pm MST by conference call. Board meetings are open for all members to attend. Contact  for more information about attending.

Committees

LDS Earth Stewardship is governed by two types of committees: Standing Committees (which exist on a permanent basis) and Ad Hoc Committees (which exist on a temporary, as-needed basis).

We would love your participation if you would like to volunteer to help serve on these committees. The time commitment is flexible and the length of your service is up to you. You do not necessarily need to live along the Wasatch Front to volunteer. Many meetings are conducted using teleconferencing.

Standing Committees

  • Finance – The Treasurer (an officer on the Board of Directors) is a member of this committee. This committee is responsible for all the financial affairs of the organization, including fundraising, budgeting and donations.
  • Membership – The Secretary (an officer on the Board of Directors) is a member of this committee. This committee is in charge of increasing the membership of the organization and ensuring the accuracy of membership records. They are also in charge of fostering communication between the members and the Board of Director.
  • Public Outreach – The Vice-Chair (an officer on the Board of Directors) is a member of this committee. This committee will oversee all public communications for the organization in all forms of media. They are also oversee all activities and educational outreach initiatives.

Ad Hoc Committees

  • Board Nominations – This committee will be formed annually for the months of August and September (approximately). They will be in charge of creating the list of nominees for the annual elections for the Board of Directors.
  • Elections – This committee will be formed annually for the months of October and November (approximately). They will be in charge of scheduling, conducting and ensuring the integrity of the annual elections for the Board of Directors.
  • Activities or Initiatives – Occasionally committees may be created to help spearhead specific activities or initiatives, as directed by the Board of Directors.