The executive board member is part of the board of directors, and they oversee the mission of a corporation, business, or nonprofit organization. They act as a consulting party, helping to decide how money should be spent and where the organization should improve. As an executive board member, you will be tasked with specific duties to keep things running smoothly while keeping in touch with the organization. You'll create plans to help market and brand the business. Also, you'll coordinate fundraisers and use their networks to the benefit of the company. Additionally, you'll oversee the budget and recommend changes to help the organization reach its financial goals.
Executive board members have to be experts in a related field. They must possess relevant experience specific to the industry. Also, they must possess communication, analytical, and organization skills. Their annual salary is between $10,000 and $131,000, with an average of $37,021.