The Beacon Hill Friends House’s Board of Managers guides the organization’s vision and strategic work to live into our mission to nurture and call forth the Light in all of us. The Board typically has four management meetings per year, plus one annual meeting open to others who want to join in discernment of how the Friends House may faithfully move forward as an organization. Membership on the Board of Managers is both a responsibility and an enriching opportunity for service aligned with one’s values. Current and past Board members have included a mix of Friends House alumni, residents, Quakers in the Boston area and beyond, and various other “friends of the House.”
Learn more about our board committees by selecting the tabs below. Please get in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you’d like to read our full Board member role description or to ask about other aspects of Friends House governance structures.
Building Stewardship comittee oversees the structural and functional integrity of the building, including advising staff on major maintenance projects and long term infrastructure planning. The Committee engages the Board and Corporation regarding the building and grounds meeting the mission, vision, and strategic goals of Beacon Hill Friends House. This includes legal ramifications regarding the building and grounds and financial planning for upkeeping and improving the buildings.