Board of Directors

NameDanielle LeMaster

TitleVice President, Board of Directors

Danielle moved to Asheville in October 2015, to continue her career in Catering Sales and to fulfill her lifelong dream of living in Western North Carolina.  As a California native, Danielle longed to find a community that embraced individuality and compassion for others. Asheville has not only exceeded her greatest expectations but it's also where she met the love of her life, Kasey. Being an alumna of the University North Carolina School of the Arts, she knew Asheville would someday be the place that she calls home. When asked to join Blue Ridge Pride Board, she knew this was her opportunity to give back to a community that's embraced and loved her ever since she arrived. This will be the first board Danielle has served on. She is honored to support and serve the LGBTQ+ community in all ways possible.

BRPC Teams
  • Board of Directors
Projects / Events
YearProject / EventRoleEst'd Hours
2015Big Brothers and Sisters of the Central PiedmontMentor120
2017Habitat for Humanity AshevilleVolunteer13
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What Do Board Members Commit To?

  • Our Board functions as an administrative board.  It’s primary function is to provide fiduciary oversight on behalf of the community we serve and our financial supporters.  While board members typically involve themselves in select Blue Ridge Pride activities, they do so outside their board role and under the leadership of the Executive Director.
  • There are no explicit fundraising requirements of board members.  We find that such commitments limit the ability of some in our community to participate.  We assume that board members will find ways to demonstrate their commitment to the team’s mission.
  • Typically, board members are assigned to work with one of our teams (e.g., community projects and events).  This does not mean that they need to fulfill any operational roles.  As a board member, they are there to provide policy-level oversight.  However, they are more than welcome to  play a more active role.
  • Members are elected to serve a three-year term.  They may serve a maximum of six consecutive years.
  • The board generally meets once a month for one to two hours (currently, the 2nd Monday of each month, from 6:00 to 8:00 pm).  Board members are expected to attend a minimum of ten meetings a year (with two absences excused by the President).
  • The time commitment can vary considerably, depending on a board member’s appetite for getting involved in specific activities.  Here are some guidelines:  Board Meetings: 2 hours per month; Board Communications / Meeting Pre-reads / 1-2 hours per month; Team Liaison: 1-2 hours per month; Volunteering: Board members are required to volunteer for the annual festival and to attend or support one event or function per quarter.

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