Board of Trustees
The Co-op is governed by a Board of Trustees (BOT), a dedicated, passionate group of volunteers. All trustees are democratically elected to act on behalf of the ownership. to set strategic plans for the Co-op’s future, and to ensure that the Co-op remains fiscally sound and operating within the cooperative principles.
Sno-Isle Food Co-op: Growing the Health of our Communities from the roots up!
Each year the Co-op holds elections for the Board of Trustees. If you are a current member-owner and would like to learn more about running for the BOT, email email@example.com. If you are ready to submit your Candidate Application, do so here.
Current Board Members
Bruce MacCracken – President
Mark Thornley – Vice President
Steve Moore – Secretary
Christina Kilbourn – Treasurer
The Board meets the first Monday of every month in the Co-op classroom from 6-8pm. By appointment, customers and owners are welcome to attend. Also by appointment, representatives from various organizations are welcome present information about their organization and the nature of a potential relationship. To schedule, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Board members take part in different Committees:
Member Linkage Committee: Plans and organizes events, store promotions and take part in community events. This committee is open to all co-op member-owners. Learn more about MLC
Finance Committee: Ensures the fiscal integrity of the co-op and makes decisions concerning certain capital expenditures.
Policy Governance Committee: Reviews the policies governing the operations of the store and the board processes. The Board works with the Management Team to monitor compliance with policies.
Executive Committee: Made of the BOT officers and sets the agenda for Board meetings.
Nominating Committee is elected by the member-ownership to recruit new candidates for the Board and runs the election process for Board of Trustees.
To volunteer, participate in Member Linkage Committee, run for the BOT or Nominating Committee, fill out the volunteer application
Contact the board directly at email@example.com. Meeting minutes are available to owners on a case by case basis, please contact the board directly to request.