Anita was introduced to sled dog sport in 2017 by her friend Roderick Glastra. Together they have a pack of Siberian Huskies, which they also train together. Their lives revolve around the dogs. During the sled dog season, they therefore have little time for other things than working, training, sleeping and taking care of the dogs. Fortunately, their friends fully understand this and after the season they make up for lost time with friends. Although also out of season the dogs will always come first! Outside the sled dog season they always breed a litter of which 1 or 2 puppies are always kept. They always place the other puppies in sports. It is very nice to see your own puppies in the snow again and how they develop into fanatical sled dogs.
General board member
The general board member falls under the general meeting and the chairman,
secretary and treasurer.
It is important that a general board member feels a connection with the organization. A general board member must also have competences that contribute to the board. In board decisions, a general board member must be able to form his own opinion.
Purpose: a general board member sits on the general board and does not have a fixed board position. It is possible to take up a special specialism as a general board member.
Actively participates in the board
Determines in line with the policy formed by the board
Assists within the board
Replaces, if necessary, another board member
Develops where possible in the field of board and committee tasks
Mapping the supply of volunteers
Creating job descriptions
Planning, executing and evaluating recruitment campaigns
Drafting advertisements for available vacancies
Holding welcome talks with new volunteers
Taking care of an introductory and induction plan
Conducting a conversation with volunteers who stop
Consultation with (groups of) volunteers
Taking care of thanking/appreciating volunteers
Handling questions and complaints from volunteers
Informing volunteers about relevant developments