Members wanted for Cambridge BIPOC News Advisory Committee

Members wanted for Cambridge BIPOC  News Advisory Committee

Alternatively, an appointment to pick up a paper application can be made by calling the City Manager’s Office at 617-349-4300 or emailing fgaines@Cambridgema.gov.  The deadline for submitting an application is July 16. Applications can be submitted to City Manager Louis A. DePasquale using the city’s online application system at cambridgema.gov/apply. A cover letter and resume, or an overview of relevant experience, can also be submitted during the online application process. Paper applications are available in the City Manager’s Office at Cambridge City Hall, 795 Massachusetts Ave. Note that as of June 15, walk-in access to City Hall will again be available to the public on certain days. Learn more at www.cambridgema.gov/covid19/Departments.    Source www.wickedlocal.com

The committee will include approximately 10-14 members representing a range of business sectors (e.g. retail, restaurant, nonprofit organizations, and personal and professional services) and the full diversity of the Cambridge BIPOC business community.    Any Cambridge small business owner identifying as Black, brown, Indigenous, Asian, Asian Pacific Islander, Latinx or other historically marginalized groups is welcome to apply. Applications from organizations serving Cambridge whose principal mission is to represent BIPOC businesses are also welcomed.   

Additionally, it is a city of Cambridge goal to expand and deepen community engagement with a focus on strengthening the diversity and inclusion of its various boards and commissions, and to work and interact effectively with individuals and groups with a variety of identities, cultures, backgrounds and ideologies.       The committee will be a sounding board for ideas on strengthening the city’s outreach efforts, information-sharing, business programs and policies, and overall relationship with local BIPOC-owned businesses. The goal is for the committee to include representatives from local businesses and institutions.  It is anticipated that the committee will meet approximately once a month for eight to 12 months, though it may convene more often at critical junctures of the process and is likely to meet an estimated eight to 10 times throughout the year.  

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