PCPF Board elections
Why run for PCPF office?
In just a two-year span, the current PCPF board has contributed to:
in grants dispersed
Panamanian residents impacted
We need enthusiastic, creative, and passionate people to take Peace Corps Panama Friends to the next level. See the role descriptions below, then apply through our nomination form. We look forward to working with you!
Want to know more before applying? Email us and we'll follow up with you to schedule a call.
The President of PCPF is in charge of direct strategic planning and ensuring that the board if taking action to meet goals and that all activities support PCPF's mission and purpose. The President is also responsible for the monthly El Bochinche issue and coordinating fundraising efforts (e.g. calendar sales).
The Vice President performs duties of President in the absence of the President. They are also in charge of the membership directory and the primary contact with NPCA.
The Treasure is the Chief Financial Officer for PCPF and responsible for maintaining compliance with IRS 501c3 regulations.
The Secretary is the primary record keeper for PCPF and is responsible for compiling meeting minutes and agendas. They are also the main point of contact for Regional Coordinators and work closely with them to organize RPCV meetings across the country.
The Panama Liaison is responsible for maintaining communications with Panamanian entities, Peace Corps Panama, and the U.S. Embassy in Panama. They are also the lead on grant applications and management.