Board Secretary


Health4Heroes Secretary serves as an Executive level Board Member, and provides administrative support through the timely and accurate collection and sharing of information directly related to Board activities. The Secretary ensures that the Board is well informed, and that its activities are well documented for the use of Board members and relevant government bodies.

Duties Specific to the Board Secretary:

  • Retains copies of the organization’s bylaws and the Board’s policy statements.

  • Keeps lists of officers, Board Members, and committee members.

  • Notifies Board Members of meetings, and keeps record of attendance.

  • Makes sure that there is a quorum at Board meetings (minimum number of Members required to make the proceedings valid).

  • Keeps accurate Minutes of meetings, records all motions and decisions, and signs Board Minutes to attest to their accuracy.

  • Distributes copies of Minutes and actions to Board Members promptly after meetings.

  • Conducts general Board correspondence, and retains of record of that correspondence.

  • Signs official documents of the organization as required.

  • Chairs Board meetings in the absence of the Board Chair and Vice-Chair.


  • Strong desire to serve Veterans & First Responders while advancing the Health4Heroes mission.

  • Strong computer literacy

  • Minimum 1 year experience in administration or clerical work

  • Knowledge of nonprofit practices and record keeping

  • Excellent organizational, interpersonal and communication skills

  • Knowledge of Compliance policies and procedures

  • Good time management skills

  • Active participation in self-care, in line with Health4Heroes mission and values.

  • Ability and willingness to represent Health4Heroes in the local community


  • Understanding of the needs of the local Veteran & First Responder community

  • Previous Board experience

Location, Experience, Salary

Northern Colorado Region, Fort Collins, CO

Previous Secretary experience preferred

None- Board Of Directors are uncompensated