About the Board
The Board is comprised of 30 members representing different regions of the state, including nine members who serve at-large. The Board oversees the general business and affairs of the ACLU of Indiana as defined by the organization’s bylaws. In addition, members of the Board are expected to:
- be a member of the American Civil Liberties Union;
- attend quarterly Saturday board meetings in the Indianapolis office;
- attend ACLU of Indiana events;
- financially contribute to the organization; and
- serve as an ambassador for the state and national ACLU.
Ballots including candidate statements and instructions will be mailed to all ACLU of Indiana members in June and July. Terms are for three years beginning January 1st of each year. The ACLU of Indiana encourages applications from all qualified individuals including women, people of color, persons with disabilities, lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender individuals, and people with arrest records and/or convictions, as well as those with a wide range of professional skills and expertise. Click here to view a current board list.
If you are a member, have the time and commitment to be an active board participant, and support the mission of ACLU to protect individual rights and freedoms, please submit a completed application. If you are applying to run for an elected board position, details on seats up for election will be posted in the Spring.