Catapult Outreach Inc

The Catapult Outreach Inc







Click here to edit subtitle

Covenant Partners

Micheal & Sherry Cribb

Founders of Catapult Outreach Inc

Pearlie Thompson

Covenant Partner

Karen Thompson-McManus

Zoe Ministries

Covenant Partner

Board of Director

 


Valerie Simon
Against All Oddz Still I Rise
Board of Advisory
Partner with Domestic Violence, Homelessness, Mental Health, and Prison Re-Entry.

Wendolyn Davis

Board of Advisory

Partner with Prison Initiatives

Corey Amaker

Board of Advisory

Leonard Robinson

Board of Advisory

 


Joyce Crosby

Board of Advisory

Brenda Borrero

Board of Advisory

Mercy Cabalan

Board of Advisory

Become A Partner

Thank you for contacting us. We will get back to you as soon as possible
Oops. An error occurred.
Click here to try again.

Fundamental legal duties of each individual board member, which include:


Duty of Care — Each board officers has a legal responsibility to participate actively in making decisions on behalf of the organization and to exercise his or her best judgment while doing so.


Duty of Loyalty — Each board officers must put the interests of the organization before their personal and professional interests when acting on behalf of the organization in a decision-making capacity. The organization’s needs come first.


Duty of Obedience — Board officers bear the legal responsibility of ensuring that the organization complies with the applicable federal, state, and local laws and adheres to its mission.


Community Representation – In this situation the board directors is representing the community rather than the organization. And the BOD has interests of the community in mind.


Board of Advisory is an informal committee where the members are selected by the board or an executive team. 


The goal of an advisory board is to provide valuable assistance, advice, and expertise to our organization.  Since advisory boards don’t have any liability, they can more readily give guidance and advice. 


Advisory boards will help to fill in gaps of knowledge. They help us break into new markets or industries. 


Advisory boards are strictly consultative in nature and they don’t have any official voting rights on the board.