How ICCR is governed Fifteen board members, elected from among the faith-based membership, comprise the Governing Board of ICCR. The Governing Board oversees the Executive Director, approves strategic plans and budgets, and determines policy. ICCR faith-based members elect the Governing Board, set ICCR priority issues, and adopt, amend or repeal bylaws.
ICCR's core values are:
Faith: We shape our priorities for action through
Justice:We challenge ourselves
for right relationships
with all creation.
Integrity: We are striving to be credible
of the values we set forth.
Inclusiveness: We embrace and promote diversity as
covenant to work together.
It is the policy of ICCR to provide equal employment opportunities
to all applicants and employees without regard to race, color,
religion, sex, sexual orientation, age, national origin, marital
status or disability. This policy is intended to reflect the
values and ideals of ICCR's members and to help ICCR itself
model the equal employment opportunity (EEO) and affirmative
action policies and practices that its members urge corporations
ICCR is committed to fulfilling the spirit as well as the
letter of its EEO and affirmative action obligations as they
are embodied in federal, state and local law. Consequently
ICCR will attempt to identify and remove any artificial or
invisible barriers to fair employment and advancement that
may exist in the organization.
ICCR will make good faith efforts to consider diversity as
a critical value when searching for and selecting candidates
for staff positions. The ICCR Personnel Committee shall periodically
review the ICCR staff composition for its reflection of inclusiveness
and if needed, make recommendations to the Executive Director