The RV Women's Alliance is strategically driven by a Board of Directors comprised of individuals from every sector of the RV industry. The board is responsible for strategizing, planning, and helping to implement the vision of the alliance.

What we look for


We look for those individuals who have shown leadership capabilities within both their organizations as well as RVWA. We want to see proven competencies in being able to participate and lead thoughtful discussions and implementation of plans.

Strategic Thinkers

We look for those individuals that can think beyond the micro, day to day tasks to a broader picture. We seek out professionals that have experience in big picture planning and long term results. We want those that strategically think about various solutions to challenges we will face.


We look for those individuals that understand the diversity of the RV industry and seek to gain input and knowledge from various sources. We want those that want to build a cohesive board of diverse backgrounds that can come together to foster a great alliance for everyone within the RV industry.


We look for those individuals that are strong communicators both during board meetings and out in the community. We look for evangelists that will spread the message of RVWA and work with the alliance to foster new partnerships and open the door for new members to join.

What we require

Board Member Responsibilities:

·      Knowing the organization’s mission, programs, policies, and needs.

·      Preparing for meetings by reviewing the agenda and supporting documentation.

·      Regularly attending Board meetings and participating actively and conscientiously.

·      Keeping up with issues and trends that affect the organization and the industry we serve.

·      Participating in the evaluation of business operations and executives.

·      Approving audit reports, budgets and business decisions.

·      Contributing to the development of policies and strategic plans.

·      Understanding the organization’s financial affairs and ensuring fiduciary responsibilities are met.

·      Ensuring the organization complies with legal requirements.

·      Maintaining confidentiality on all internal organizational affairs.

·      Actively support the organization within their own sphere of influence.

·      Assist with raising support for the organization as requested through their own companies or their sphere of influence by raising $25,000 in annual sponsorship.

·      Represent the Alliance fairly, impartially and without bias and avoid potential conflicts of interest




Board Member Requirements:

·      Sufficient time availability for Board duties

·      Willingness to assist with raising organizational support

·      Work within committees to help obtain set goals

·      Must attend 75% of Board meetings each year

·      Knowledge of the organization and the relevant industry

·      Top 3 written commitments to the Board

We believe
we can bring
positive change
to our communities
and our industry,
one woman at a time.