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  Executive Appointment (Mayor's Order) Advisory Board on Veterans Affairs for the District of Columbia The Advisory Board shall serve as an advisory body to the Mayor, the Mayor's Office of Boards and Commissions, the Office of Veterans Affairs, the Department of Employment Services, the Department of Health, the Department of Human Services, and other District government departments, agencies, and offices on all matters pertaining to veterans in the District of Columbia. All members shall be veterans who are residents in the District who have experience with, or an interest in, issues that impact the coordination and delivery of benefits and services to veterans. To the maximum extent possible, the membership of the Advisory Board shall reflect a representative cross-section of veterans in the District by age, branch of service, gender, and period of service (beginning with World War II). No 21 0 Elizabeth.keeton@dc.gov (202) 724-7665 https://MOTAboards.applytojob.com/apply/bzeGSB/Advisory-Board-On-Veterans-Affairs.html?source=bcd
  Executive Appointment (Mayor's Order) Advisory Committee to the Office of Administrative Hearings (OAH) The Advisory Committee shall: (1) Advise the Chief Administrative Law Judge in carrying out his or her duties; (2) Identify issues of importance to Administrative Law Judges and agencies that should be addressed by the Office; (3) Review issues and problems relating to administrative adjudication; (4) Review and comment upon the policies and regulations proposed by the Chief Administrative Law Judge; and (5) Make recommendations for relevant statutory and regulatory changes. Public member must not be an employee of DC government. No 3 0 Adanna.Mbanugo@dc.gov (202) 727-5101 http://motaboards.theresumator.com/apply/gSABUJ/Advisory-Committee-To-The-Office-Of-Administrative-Hearings-Vacancies-2
  Executive Appointment (Mayor's Order) Advisory Committee to the Office of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Questioning Affairs (LGBTQ) The Advisory Committee shall advise the Director and the Mayor on issues relating to the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, questioning community and on issues relating to the mission of the Office of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Questioning Affairs. The Advisory Committee shall include, at a minimum, representation from lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning community organizations representing health, social service, religious, and human rights issues and its members shall be representative of the diversity in the community with regard to socioeconomic status, religion, race, ethnicity, gender identification, age, and families. No 25 1 Elizabeth.keeton@dc.gov (202) 724-7665 https://MOTAboards.applytojob.com/apply/zNqdYo/Advisory-Committee-To-The-Office-Of-Lgbtq-Affairs.html?source=bcd
  Executive Appointment (Mayor's Order) Commission for National and Community Service (Serve DC) The purpose of the Commission is to encourage community service and volunteer participation as a means of community and state problem-solving; to promote and support voluntary citizen involvement in government and private programs throughout the District of Columbia; to develop a comprehensive vision and strategic plan for community service initiatives in the District of Columbia; and to serve as the District's liaison between national and other state organizations in concert with the District of Columbia strategic plan. The Commission's voting members may include, but are not limited to:  1. Members selected from among local educators;  2. Members selected from among experts in the delivery of human, educational, environmental, or public safety services to communities and persons;  3. Representatives of culturally and ethnically diverse communities in the District of Columbia;  4. Members selected from among out-of-school youth or other at-risk youth;  5. A representative from an institution of higher education in the District of Columbia; and  6. Representatives of entities that receive assistance under the Domestic Volunteer Service Act of 1973 (42 U.S.C. 4950 et seq.).    Not more than 25 percent of the Commission's voting members may be employees of the District government, though additional District agency representatives may sit on the Commission as non-voting, ex officio members.  No 25 2 Elizabeth.keeton@dc.gov (202) 724-7665 http://motaboards.applytojob.com/apply/ISOTHk/Commission-For-National-And-Community-Service
  Executive Appointment (Mayor's Order) Commission for Women The Commission shall stimulate and encourage study and review of the status of women and may act as a clearinghouse for activities in the District of Columbia. The Commission shall conduct studies, review progress, develop, recommend and undertake action and initiate and conduct programs in areas including, but not limited to, the following: (1) Elimination of discrimination based on sex and elimination of sex role stereotyping and bias; (2) Public and private employment practices, including matters pertaining to hours, wages and working conditions; (3) Education; (4) Equality of rights and responsibilities of men and women under the law; and (5) New and expanded services for women to facilitate their optimal functioning as homemakers, wage earners, and citizens, including mental and physical health care, and the improvement of facilities for child care and youth development. Members will have experience in the areas of public affairs and issues of particular interest and concern to women, representative by geographic area and reflective by race and age of the population of the District of Columbia. No 21 0 Elizabeth.keeton@dc.gov (202) 724-7665 https://MOTAboards.applytojob.com/apply/mciVf6/Commission-For-Women-No-Vacancies.html?source=bcd
  Council Confirmed - Pursuant to section 2 (f) Commission on African Affairs The Commission shall advise the Mayor, the Council, the Director of the Office on African Affairs, and the public on the views and needs of the African communities in the District. Members shall be appointed with due consideration for representation from established public, nonprofit, and volunteer community organizations concerned with the African communities, and members of the public who have shown dedication to and knowledge of the needs of the African communities. No 15 2 Elizabeth.keeton@dc.gov (202) 724-7665 https://MOTAboards.applytojob.com/apply/XQZJXm/Commission-On-African-Affairs-Multiple-Vacancies.html?source=bcd
  Council Confirmed - Pursuant to section 2 (f) Commission on African-American Affairs The Commission shall advise the Mayor, the Council, and the public on the views and needs of African-American communities with low-economic, -education, or -health indicators in the District and to analyze the decline of African-American residents as indicated by the 2010 United States Census. Public members shall be appointed who have shown dedication to, and knowledge of, the needs of the African-American community, and with due consideration for representation from established public, nonprofit, and volunteer community organizations concerned with African-American communities with low economic, education, and health indicators. No 17 1 Elizabeth.keeton@dc.gov (202) 724-7665 https://MOTAboards.applytojob.com/apply/yH7QRi/Commission-On-Africanamerican-Affairs.html?source=BCD
Council Confirmed - Pursuant to section 2 (f) Commission on Asian and Pacific Islander Community Development The Commission shall advise the Mayor, the Council, the Director of the Office on Asian and Pacific Islander Affairs, and the public on the views and needs of the Asian and Pacific Islander communities in the District of Columbia. Public members shall be appointed who have shown dedication to, and knowledge of, the needs of the Asian and Pacific Islander Community, and with due consideration for representation from established public, nonprofit, and volunteer community organizations concerned with low economic, education, and health indicators. No 15 3 Elizabeth.keeton@dc.gov (202) 724-7665 https://MOTAboards.applytojob.com/apply/mzn0sR/Commission-On-Asian-And-Pacific-Islander-Community-Development.html?source=bcd
  Executive Appointment (Mayor's Order) Commission on Latino Community Development The Commission on Latino Community Development shall advise the Mayor, the Director of the Office on Latino Affairs, the Council, and the public concerning the views and needs of the Latino community in the District of Columbia Members shall be appointed with due consideration for representation from established public, nonprofit, and voluntary community organizations and agencies concerned with the Latino community and members of the general public who have given evidence of particular dedication to, and knowledge of, the needs of the Latino community. The membership of the Commission shall have at least 2 resident aliens. No 15 5 Elizabeth.keeton@dc.gov (202) 724-7665 https://MOTAboards.applytojob.com/apply/S5VJmC/Commission-On-Latino-Community-Development.html?source=bcd
Council Confirmed - Pursuant to section 2 (f) Commission on Re-Entry and Returning Citizen Affairs The Commission on Re-Entry and Returning Citizen Affairs shall advise the Mayor, the Council, and the Director on the process, issues, and consequences of the reintegration of returning citizens into the general population. Voting members shall be appointed with due consideration for significant representation from the returning citizens community and established District-based public, private, nonprofit, and volunteer community organizations involved with the provision of services for returning citizens, the incarcerated, and their families. No 15 3 Elizabeth.keeton@dc.gov (202) 724-7665 http://motaboards.theresumator.com/apply/FTv1Fz/Commission-On-ReEntry-And-Returning-Citizen-Affairs
Executive Appointment (Mayor's Order) Mayor's Advisory Commission on Caribbean Community Affairs (MACCCA) The Commission shall advise the Mayor and the Director of Community Affairs as appropriate, on issues, matters, concerns, methods, and views that are designed to strengthen and enhance the educational, social, cultural, and economic life of the District by building and fostering enhanced relationships between the District of Columbia and communities of individuals from nations in the Caribbean who reside in the District of Columbia. For the purposes of composition of the commission and this Mayor's Order, the term "nation[s] in the Caribbean" shall include the following nations, areas, territories, departments, or dependencies: 1) Anguilla; 2) Antigua and Barbuda; 3) Aruba; 4) The Bahamas; 5) Barbados; 6) Belize; 7) British Virgin Islands; 8) Cayman Islands; 9) Cuba; 10) Dominica; 11) Dominican Republic; 12) Grenada; 13) Guadeloupe; 14) Guyana;15) Haiti; 16) Jamaica; 17) Martinique; 18) Montserrat; 19) Netherlands Antilles; 20) Puerto Rico; 21) St. Kitts and Nevis; 22) St. Lucia; 23) St. Vincent and the Grenadines; 24) Suriname; 25) Trinidad and Tobago; 26) Turks and Caicos; and 27) United States Virgin Islands. No 11 0 Elizabeth.keeton@dc.gov (202) 724-7665 http://motaboards.theresumator.com/apply/YEhIWm/Mayors-Advisory-Commission-On-Caribbean-Community-Affairs
  Executive Appointment (Mayor's Order) Mayor's Interfaith Council (MIC) The Council shall advise the Mayor of the District of Columbia, the Mayor's Director for Religious Affairs, and the Mayor's Cabinet, on various matters, especially and including those that affect the spiritual, faith and religious well-being of all the residents of the District of Columbia. The Council shall be comprised of not more than 30 voting members, appointed by the Mayor. No 30 0 Elizabeth.keeton@dc.gov (202) 724-7665 https://MOTAboards.applytojob.com/apply/7fAlZQ/The-Mayors-Interfaith-Council.html?source=bcd
Executive Appointment (Mayor's Order) Selective Service System Local Board       5 0 Adanna.Mbanugo@dc.gov (202) 727-5101  
  Council Confirmed - Pursuant to section 2 (f) Commission on Fathers, Men, and Boys The Commission on Fathers, Men, and Boys is established to advise the Mayor, the Council, and the pubic on issues and needs of fathers, men, and boys in the District of Columbia Members of the Commission shall be residents of the District and appointed to serve terms of 4 years and shall serve until their successors are appointed. A member of the Commission may be reappointed but may serve no more than 2 consecutive terms.  Whenever a vacancy occurs on the Commission, the Mayor shall, within 90 business days of the vacancy, appoint a successor to fill the unexpired portion of the term. No 12 0 Elizabeth.keeton@dc.gov (202) 724-7665 https://MOTAboards.applytojob.com/apply/4Fliud/Commission-On-Fathers-Men-And-Boys.html?source=BCD
Council Confirmed -Pursuant to section 2 (e) Clemency Board There is established a Clemency Board within the EOM to review the applications of District offenders and determine which applicants to recommend to the President of the United States for clemency. The EOM’s General Counsel shall provide staff, office space, and administrative support to the Board. Appointed by area of expertise No 5 0 Adanna.Mbanugo@dc.gov (202) 727-5101 https://motaboards.applytojob.com/apply/zM7lltQECO/Clemency-Board
  Executive Appointment (Mayor's Order) Commission on Nightlife and Culture The Commission on Nightlife and Culture will identify and study common issues and trends relating to the after-hours economy and advise the Mayor, Council and Office as appropriate, on ways to improve laws and policies that impact the after-hours economy. By seat No 7 0 Elizabeth.keeton@dc.gov (202) 724-7665 https://motaboards.applytojob.com/apply/pcoEbwQr2d/Commission-On-Nightlife-And-Culture
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