Recovery Dharma: Mission, Governance and Activities Survey Next Steps The Recovery Dharma transition team is excited to receive your valuable input as part of building the mission, governance and activities of the new organization. We look forward to hearing your feedback! Deadline: Please note that you have until Wednesday, July 24th midnight PST to complete this survey! Thank you for joining the conversation! OK Question Title * 1. Which of the following activities do you want the national organization of Recovery Dharma and Board of Directors to support? (Select all that apply): Maintain listings of recovery meetings and communities. Provide resources to help people start new meetings, and build communities. Coordinate in-person regional and national meetings and conferences. Provide support for online communities, websites, and other means of communication and collaboration. Develop learning materials, lectures, teachings, books, and make them available to the community. Connect local facilitators and officers of local meetings with mentorship and training opportunities to help them grow and develop skills to support their communities. Support the community in developing a network-of-meetings in their correlative region. None of the above Other (please specify) OK Question Title * 2. Recovery Dharma is committed to a democratically elected board of directors. Which model of elections would you favor? (Select all that you favor) Nominations should be open to any member of the community. Nominations should be limited to one per registered meeting. Nominations should be limited to one per geographic region. None of the these options. Other (please specify) OK Question Title * 3. I'd like to see the mission statement include the following (select all options you favor): There will be no Recovery Dharma-sanctioned teachers because we adopt the philosophy that we are our own guides on the path of recovery. We will adhere to a democratic process for governance. It is our intention to commit to following the 5 precepts, the eightfold path and 4 noble truths as part of our program and practice. Meditation practice as a key resource and tool on the path of recovery. The Board of Directors will continually seek input from the community as part of the development process of the organization. We are committed to developing inclusivity and safety in our community, through dedicated committees, events, and other means. None of the above. Other (please specify) OK Question Title * 4. How should board members be elected? (choose one) Anybody who wants to vote would cast one vote. The ten candidates receiving the most votes will form the new board. People who have registered themselves as members of Recovery Dharma would cast one vote. The ten candidates receiving the most votes will form the new board. Each registered meeting would be given one vote. The ten candidates receiving the most votes will form the new board. None of these options. Other (please specify) OK Question Title * 5. What should be the term of each board member? (choose one) Board members should be elected for a fixed term, with all seats open in every election. Terms should be staggered to allow a mix of new members and experienced members. Other (please specify) OK Question Title * 6. Want to stay up-to-date in the organization development process of Recovery Dharma? Please provide your name and email below: Name Email Address OK SUBMIT!