Our board of directors is responsible for ensuring that HCF leadership, advocacy and resources are used to further our mission of serving the uninsured and underserved. Board members are selected by the Community Advisory Committee and serve for a term of three years.
The 21-member board of directors meet on the fourth Wednesday of every other month. Committees include:
- Administration and Logistics
- Finance and Investment
- Program and Grants
The HCF board of directors has strong commitment to integrity and open meetings. All who join the organization as staff or board members are asked to declare any conflicts that would compromise the ability to be objective in decision-making. While we welcome members of the community who have ties to our grant work, there will be restrictions on those board members’ ability to vote on or discuss any items that would constitute a conflict of interest. No board member can benefit financially from any grant work of HCF.
All HCF board members are required annually to complete and submit an Attestation and Statement of Personal Interests, which is outlined in the HCF conflict of interest policy, found in Appendix A of our bylaws.