Our Board of Directors hold fiduciary responsibility for the Tifton Judicial Circuit Shelter, Inc., DBA Ruth's Cottage and The Patticake House. Their service as volunteers is critical to the sustainability of the organzation and its services as they are responsible for ensuring financial stability and a high standard of service delivery in its programs through policies and procedures which reflect best practices.
RCPCH board members serve three year terms and are required to serve on at least one standing committee. They pledge to support the organization financially and with their time and talents. Board members represent all the service area of the organization and by-laws mandate at least one law enforcement representative and one judicial system representative. Care is taken to target new board members for diversity and broad community reach and resource level.
The board of RCPCH meets at a minimum of five times per year and board training is a component built into each board meeting. New board members attend a "boot camp" designed to prepare them for the responsibility they undertake and to give them the understanding they need to make informed and sound decisions for the organization.
The Board Development Committee is tasked with recruitment of new board members. If you would like to be considered for board membership, please contact our Board Development Chair or Executive Director. A prospective board member document will be provided to you and reviewed by the committee. New board membes are voted in at the September meeting each year.
Below are the 2020 RCPCH Board of Directors.