Capitol Hill Housing (CHH) and the Capitol Hill Housing Foundation (CHH Foundation) are both seeking nominations of qualified board member candidates from the Seattle communities in which we currently operate and serve residents.
The deadline for nominations is Friday, March 30th. Please contact Sarah Shoemake with any questions sshoemake(at)capitolhillhousing(dot)org.
Capitol Hill Housing Emerging Leader Fellow Board Position
CHH seeks candidates for the Emerging Leader (EL) Fellow board position. The EL Fellow program helps CHH cultivate the next generation of leaders who will advocate for the goals of affordable housing and vibrant communities. The EL Fellow program places a young adult, approximately aged 24-34, on the CHH board, for a two-year, non-voting term, typically starting in April.
Capitol Hill Housing Foundation Board Position
The CHHF seeks nominations of potential board members from the Seattle area. The CHH Foundation raises funds to support general operations, resident services, and capital campaigns for Capitol Hill Housing. Candidates aged 24-34, members of the LGBTQ Community and people of color are strongly encouraged to apply. The Board meets quarterly, and is comprised of around 12 members, who serve two-year terms.
About Capitol Hill Housing
Since 1976, Capitol Hill Housing has worked alongside the community to build and preserve apartments affordable to working families and promote the qualities that make Seattle a vibrant and engaged city. Today, we provide secure, affordable homes to over 2,200 of our neighbors in 48 buildings across the city while working to make our neighborhoods safer, healthier and more equitable through the Capitol Hill EcoDistrict. Learn more at capitolhillhousing.org.