The purpose of the Provident Young Professionals Advisory Board (the “Board”) is to engage and support a new generation of community leaders
through service and advocacy. The Board will promote Provident’s mission and serve as a base of support for Provident and its respective initiatives.
(a) Board members must serve for one (1) year and for no more than three (3) consecutive years.
(b) Under special circumstance, the Board reserves the right to waive the limit of a member’s service.
(c) Board members shall be between twenty-one (21) and thirty-nine (39) years of age. (exceptions can be made)
(a) Members shall serve without pay.
(b) Members must regularly attend meetings, either in person or by phone.
(c) Members must support Provident with at least one meaningful donation during the calendar year.
(d) Members must participate in advocacy and fundraising events on behalf of Provident.
This group meets for regular meetings on a monthly basis (typically a weeknight) and social events frequently occur outside of meetings.
If this is something you are interested in being a part of, please contact Maggie at firstname.lastname@example.org
and you will be invited to our upcoming meeting. We’d love to have you join our Young Professionals and support the mission of Provident ... helping individuals and families to a brighter future through counseling, suicide prevention and intervention, and community support programs.
New 2017 Officers
The Young Professionals elected new officers for the coming year and include:
Co-Chairs - Dara Baker and Emily Dunham
Membership Chair - Becky Hrad
Fundraising Chair - Brianna Ziegler
Social and Marketing Co-Chairs - Parker Brogden and Chisom Uche
Several Young Professionals attended our first Donor Reception on November 2, 2016.
So grateful for their participation!
Our First Annual Rooster Crawl
The Young Professionals held their First Annual Rooster Pub Crawl in Soulard on August 13th and raised over $2100 to support the FeelingKindaBlue social media site, a site that supports young adults with depression. So thankful for their generous and energetic spirit and engagement!