Susan G. Komen Dallas County

Civic Strides Opportunity

Susan G. Komen Dallas County,
Susan G. Komen® Dallas County's vision is for every person in Dallas County to have access to breast health education and breast cancer screening, diagnostics and treatment.

We are the local source for funding breast cancer education, screening and treatment in Dallas County, serving thousands of women in 30 cities. Through events like the Komen Dallas Race for the Cure®- the original Race for the Cure,

We're fighting breast cancer today and tomorrow by investing funds raised to support vital local breast health services, and dedicating a portion of these funds to national research to find the cures. Since 1992, Komen Dallas County has invested more than $22 million into Dallas County via our annual community grants program.

For more information, visit or call 214-750-7223. Follow @KomenDallas on Twitter and Like Komen Dallas County’s Facebook page for organization updates.

Role of the Board
  • Ensure effective organizational planning
  • Ensure legal, ethical, moral and fiduciary integrity and maintains accountability
  • Determine, monitor, and strengthen the programs and services of the organization
  • Ensure adequate financial resources, approve financial plans, and oversee financial management
  • Hire, support and evaluate the performance of the Executive Director
  • Recruit and mentor board members
Making an Impact as a Board Member
  • Raise or Give: Every board member is asked to raise funds for the cause, give or help secure funds.
  • Introduce New Contacts: Whether it’s a new sponsors, new team, new board member or new resource—our goal is to end breast cancer and that takes all the resources we can pull together.
  • Participate: It’s always critical to have quorum at board meetings for votes; however, board members are also asked to attend and/or speak at key presentations and/or programs. A board member’s presence is always a symbol to a funder of a committed and engaged board.
General Information
  • Meetings are held eight times a year
  • Maximum of fifteen (15) board members
  • Board Term: Two consecutive terms of three years each, maximum of six years
  • Financial Commitment: Give or raise $5,000

Contact: Jennifer Legere, Executive Director,, 214-750-7223