Who we are
Abianda is a London-based social enterprise that works with young women affected by gangs and county lines, and the professionals who support them.
Our mission is to bring about a culture shift in the way services are delivered to young women affected by gangs and county lines, so that:
they feel safe to access help
they are no longer a hidden group in our communities
they are free from harm and abuse
We do this by:
delivering frontline services to gang-affected young women aged up to 25
delivering training and professional development programmes to professionals who work with them
Abianda is looking for new Board members. We are an innovative, equalities focused organisation, with passionate and committed staff.
You will utilise your expertise to support the organisation's growth, well-being and sustainability. You will be expected to attend quarterly meetings and be willing to represent the voices of the young women and girls we work with.
We are recruiting for Board members with expertise in HR and finance. We are looking to increase the racial diversity of our board to ensure better representation at the governance level.
As an Abianda Board member, you'll have the opportunity to have a significant impact on a small non-profit organisation and be a part of an amazing team working to change systems and structures to keep young women safe. This is a voluntary role.
Please read the role description attached for more information.
To apply to join Abianda’s Board of Directors, please email your CV and a cover letter (max 500 words), explaining the skills and experiences you bring and how your values align with Abianda’s, to hello[at]abianda.com (with ‘Abianda Board application’ in the subject line).
Deadline for applications is 11.59pm Sunday 31st October.
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