Do you want to improve the world? Ever wonder what it would be like to get in at the ground level to help guide a transformative organization, as they grow rapidly to power world-class entrepreneurs and Changemakers to positively impact the lives of 1000's, 100,000's or 1,000,000s?
Check out our intro video hereUsing this novel approach, we're working to make the impossible inevitable; helping build and scale breakthrough organizations and movements to be as impactful as Facebook and Google, but which address the root causes of some of the biggest problems affecting mental health.
Our team has been fortunate to be able to seek counsel and advice from leading experts at the Harvard Innovation Lab and the Harvard Rock Centre of Entrepreneurship, but as we continue to expand rapidly, advice is needed from a broader sphere of advisors.
We welcome expressions of interest from professionals with a range of expertise, experiences and insights.Selected Advisory Board Members will have an extraordinary opportunity to join an industry changing organization, which grew rapidly from the Harvard and MIT communities to become a nationwide effort within just 9 months.
Advisory Board Member Location - Any state / country
Advisory Board term & time commitment
In addition to the standard duties and characteristics, all Advisory Board Members should
Expression of interest & further details
Due to the volume of applications, we request that you consider postponing reaching out to team members until our Nomination Committee has the opportunity to share initial information about the position, duties and our organization with you via email.
No fiduciary obligation
NB : Ignite Mental Health is a non-profit organization founded and run by Harvard students and currently incubated by the Harvard Innovation Labs Venture Incubation Program on Harvard Business School campus.
We are not a department of, nor owned / operated by Harvard University.Our ambition is to help build and grow organizations, movements, and products unafraid of transforming traditional approaches that tackle the root causes of some of the biggest problems affecting mental health.Are you in?