Governing of HOC
We are uniquely overseen by a Board of Directors that can consist of the community members, patients we serve, as well as local professionals whose values and goals align with the Hemophilia Outreach Center.
Board of Directors
The Board of Directors consists of 7 Board Members. During this three-year term, the role of the Board of Directors is to provide guidance and support to the Executive Director to establish policies that govern HOC. The Board of Directors meets quarterly, but may be called by the chairman or majority of the Board for additional meetings. The Board of Directors is responsible for reviewing applicants of prospect for any Board of Director vacancies. They are also responsible for counting the votes at the Annual Voter’s Meeting (Fall Community Night) and determine which applicants will retain a Board of Directors position.
The Executive Director
The Executive Director reports to the Board of Directors. The main role of this individual is to direct the day-to-day operations of HOC and to develop services based on the mission and vision of the organization as a whole. The Executive Director is also required to collaborate with the Board of Directors to establish policies that govern HOC.
HOC Staff Members
HOC Staff Members report directly to the Executive Director. The role of the HOC Staff is to implement and carry out work that helps the organization achieve its mission and overall purpose. HOC Staff, the Executive Director, and the Board of Directors will work collaboratively to organize the Annual Voter’s Meeting and distribute all voting member information.