|PRESIDENT - Executive||Rob Guerrero|
|VICE PRESIDENT - Executive||Melissa Fleitas|
|SENIOR PLAYER AGENT - Executive||Carlos Ortiz || |
|SECRETARY - Executive||VACANT - Click HERE to apply|| |
|TREASURER - Executive||Tatiana Mola|
|INFORMATION OFFICER ||Tiffany Guerrero |
|CONCESSIONS MANAGER||Magdaliz Warren || |
|TEAM PARENT DIRECTOR||VACANT - Click HERE to apply|| |
|UNIFORM COORDINATOR||VACANT - Click HERE to apply|| |
|SPONSORSHIP DIRECTOR||Franchesca Gonzalez|| |
|FACILITIES DIRECTOR||Juan Carlos Fleitas|| |
|VOLUNTEER COORDINATOR||Tiffany Amezquita|| |
Every non-profit youth sports organization is governed by a group of individuals with set roles and responsibilities. Running a recreational baseball league is extremely rewarding, but it also requires a lot of work. Having committed volunteers to serve on the Board and share in the responsibilities can make a big difference in the success of our youth baseball program and make in an impact to families in our community.
All board positions are Volunteer opportunities, but require a generous time commitment. All applicants and board members must understand that decisions made for the park are for the whole of the organization and not to benefit one specific player or family. Board Members do not have to have a child or family member playing at the park to be considered. Applications will be reviewed and voted on by current board members.
Board Members are subject to the mandatory background check as well as the county required concussion and volunteer training. Please review the link to the county requirements HERE
Please read through the position descriptions for our current openings:
This is a very public facing, critical role that reports to the Vice President. You must be able to effectively communicate with parents, players, coaches, and other board members.
**Player Agents may not be assigned to the age division in which they are coaching or have a child playing.
Player Agent ("PA") manages the age division in which they are assigned handling all team operations. Their duties include, but are not limited to: scheduling. seasonal league player skill evaluation, player assignments to teams and all other player transaction or selection tasks. PAs will assist with organizing and coordinating all Coaches Clinics. They will maintain team rosters for each team in their assigned age division throughout the season. They oversee the recruitment, selection and management of Team Managers and Coaches. PA's will handle any concerns within the age division and work to find a solution. PAs must be visible throughout the season, occasionally attending their assigned age division practices and games to be accessible to parents, players, and the coaching staff. They are also responsible for their assigned age division All-Star try-out process (In coordination with the Vice President and President). Player Agents are expected to attend all board meetings and league events.
SECRETARY - EXECUTIVE BOARD
This is a very critical board position. The idea person must be highly organized, detail-oriented, and capable of extracting and communicating key information from lengthy meeting conversations. The Secretary is often the "board expert" on policies and procedures such as articles of incorporation, bylaws, standard operating procedures, principle operating principles, and any other governing and operating processes the board has approved.
Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
- Record the Minutes and the Roll at board meetings
- Provide safekeeping of all official contracts and records
TEAM PARENT DIRECTOR
The Team Parent Director manages the Team Parent assigned to each team which can be anywhere from 20-30 Team Parents depending on the season. To understand the Team Parent Director, you must first understand the role of a Team Parent which are vital volunteers that operate more like a team administrator. Team Parents facilitate the communication for the Team Manager, parents, and the Board. They track the team's attendance, uniforms, snack duty, schedule reminders, picture day and picture distribution, communicate league updates, manage the roster & attendance, collect information for the park, oversee the Team's sponsorship requirement, and communicate the league's volunteer needs.
The Team Parent Director will be the single point of contact for the Team Parents to get their information so this person must be visible, available, an effective communicator both written and orally, and have excellent follow through. Must be able to use different communication vehicles to share information such as email, text, and group apps.
Team Parent Director duties include, but are not limited to:
- Work with the Information Officer to preparing the Team Parent information packet at the start of every season
- Hold a Team Parent meeting at the start of the season
- Recruit Team Parents when there are no volunteers
- Working as a liaison between the league's Board and the Team Parents by passing along important information and updates
- Coordinate uniform distribution
- Work with the Volunteer Coordinator to pass along the league's volunteer needs to the Team Parents
- Work with the Fundraising & Sponsorship Director to make sure each Team has met their team sponsorship requirement
- Assist with coordinating Picture Day and picture distribution
The uniform coordinator will oversee the ordering, purchasing, and distribution of team uniforms. This person must be well organized and be able to communicate effectively with vendors and general membership.
Uniform Coordinator duties include, but are not limited to:
- Researching uniform vendors and presenting vendor options (pricing, turnaround time, style, material/color options) to the board. This should be done every season to ensure the most competitive pricing and available uniform options.
- Present a minimum of 3 style/color uniform proofs to the board to review before moving into production.
- Work with Treasurer to determine budget
- Work with Information Officer to gather uniform sizing, names and/or numbers.
- Effective respond to uniform discrepancies and defects
- Coordinating the delivery/pick up of uniforms from the vendor
- Coordinate the distribution of the uniforms with the assistance of the Team Parent director
BENEFITS OF SERVING ON A NON-PROFIT BOARD
As a nonprofit board member, you get the opportunity to be a representative of the diversity and social culture of your community. It’s also an opportunity to serve in a leadership position in an organization that serves others. Nonprofit board service can provide personal and professional benefits for those who elect to serve.
Learning how to help shape a nonprofit organization’s mission and vision is a huge source of pride and satisfaction. It’s an opportunity to learn more about an important cause, the people it affects, and the businesses and people in your community who support it.
Nonprofit board service also offers you the opportunity to form deeper connections with your community as you offer service as a dedicated leader. Nonprofit board directors also often get opportunities to practice public speaking at fundraisers and community events, which can also be a strong asset in your personal and professional life.
Everyone has a unique circle of friends and center of influence. Nonprofit board director service gives you the opportunity to use your personal connections to help bring your community together for a distinct purpose. Those connections may serve you in various ways at other points in your life because of the deep and lasting relationships that you develop during the process.
Your service as a nonprofit board director comes with many responsibilities that will teach you more about how organizations run. Learning about governance practices will help you to understand more about corporate finance and what drives its success, which may help you make better decisions about your personal finance portfolio.
Employers like to see resumes for that list volunteerism or leadership experience. Employers know how much their employees gain by volunteering for organizations they care about. When their employees gain knowledge and experience, the company benefits from those experiences as well.
Serving on a nonprofit board of directors will expand your skill set. Just by being involved, you’re sure to learn more about marketing, governance, finance, branding, recruiting volunteers, interacting with community officials and community members, and much more.
Employers will see and appreciate that you are willing to go the extra mile to make a personal investment in your community and in yourself without expecting to be paid.