Sinergia Animal is looking to expand its Board of Advisors. Advisory Board Members do not have legal responsibilities. Instead, the advisory board will work to give advice and support to the organization in particular ways, as mentioned below.
The Advisory Board Members help guide our executive directors by ensuring good governance and safeguarding the best interests of our stakeholders through management decisions and strategy implementation. This includes overseeing the organization’s sustainability, good performance, supporting staff, and developing new policies. The overall mandate is to help Sinergia Animal reach its highest possible impact, to accomplish its mission, and sustain its core values.
We are recruiting professionals from a wide variety of backgrounds such as:
Human resources, fundraising, finances, governance and volunteer management
Scientific research about animal welfare
Health or plant-based nutrition.
We encourage diversity and welcomes candidates across gender, sexual orientation, race, religion or beliefs, origin, age, disabilities, etc.
Advisory Board Members
Quarterly board meetings online
English speaking members from anywhere in the world
How to apply: To apply for this opportunity, please send your resume and a cover letter (in English) explaining why you want to be a Board member to Carolina Galvani, Executive Director.
About Sinergia Animal
Rated as one of the world’s most effective animal protection organizations by Animal Charity Evaluators, Sinergia Animal is an international campaigning organization working in countries from the Global South (South America and Southeast Asia) to reduce animal suffering and promote more compassionate and plant-based food choices. We use negotiation, investigations, peaceful direct actions and innovative campaigning methods to expose the suffering of animals on factory farms. The goal is to persuade major food corporations to adopt and implement policies to phase out the use of animal products which originate from the worst forms of animal production systems, with a focus on intensive confinement practices. We also work with public institutions to help them reduce their purchases of animal products. Finally, we carry out consumer campaigns to help people adopt plant-based diets.