The Board of the Dayton Human Relations Council is critical to fulfilling the mission of the organization. Members not only identify areas of concern that challenge inter-group relations, but also exists to hear allegations of discrimination in housing, employment, public accommodation or credit and determine whether or not discrimination has occurred against any person because of race, color, religion, sex, ancestry, national origin, place of birth, age, marital status, familial status, sexual orientation, gender identity, or disability. The Board also makes decisions on appeals to Procurement Enhancement Program (PEP) certification denials. Board members can serve up to two consecutive three-year terms. Members who have served two consecutive three-year terms are only eligible to serve again if they have not served on the Board in the past 12 months.
Assistant Treasurer at Montgomery County, Ohio
Marketing Coordinator, Functional Formularies
Executive Director, Institute of Applied Creativity for Transformation (University of Dayton ArtStreet)
Retired, City of Dayton
The more residents that get involved in their community, the better the City of Dayton will be.
The Human Relations Council offers opportunities for individuals and organizations to
make an impact and promote equality and harmony in Dayton, Ohio.
Submit your nominations for individuals and groups who have made outstanding contributions to peace, social justice, human and civil rights in our community.