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Like all nonprofits, Undestructable is governed by a Board of Directors who are a group of incredible service-minded individuals committed to furthering our mission and the impact of Undestructable.

Undestructable believes that every person holds intrinsic value and we strive to make sure survivors of domestic and intimate partner violence have a space to reclaim, reimagine and rebuild what has been taken from them.  We hold space for people of all ethnicities, races, gender and sexual identities, and abilities.  We believe we are stronger together.  Undestructable is a new social enterprise looking to grow and evolve continuously, and are committed to always being better.

If you are an individual who wants to be a part of creating a sustainable future for survivors and our planet, continue reading to learn more!

We are focusing on the Denver Metro area and highly encourage BIWOC and 2SLGBTQIA+ community members to apply!

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What is a Board of Directors?

The Board of Directors is the governing authority over Undestructable and are accountable to the government and stakeholders.  The Board is responsible for protecting the organization by encouraging sound decisions, ensuring ethical integrity, enhancing public standing, and raising funds to support its programs and services.

Board members are the most prominent advocates and ambassadors of Undestructable, and work to inspire the team and community to give financially.

If you would like to learn more about Board roles and responsibilities, CLICK HERE

Open Positions:

Legal Professional

  • Professional background in business law with a deep understanding of small business needs.

  • Understanding of federal and state regulations around nonprofit social enterprises.

  • Willingness to think outside the box.

  • Background in the nonprofit sector is a plus, but not required.

Social Work or Counseling Professional

  • Professional background in social work or professional counseling - Licensed strongly preferred.

  • Experience working with marginalized communities - specifically survivors of trauma.

  • Understanding of federal and state regulations in service/care industries.

  • Background working with survivors of DV/IPV is a huge plus.

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Board of Directors Application Process and Materials

1. Submit Application

>> Board Member application can be found here <<

*In some cases, we may reach out for additional materials such as resume, references, or other support materials based on the position you are applying for.

2. Upon review of materials, a current Board Member will reach out via email with additional questions and to schedule a series of phone and/or video interviews:

  • 20-minute 1st phone interview with a current Board Member

  • 30-minute 2nd interview with Founder of Undestructable

  • Final 30-minute video interview with full Board of Directors and CEO (based on availability)

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