World Pool Committee

Duties and responsibilities: The purpose of the World Service World Pool Committee is to screen candidates applying to become members of the board of trustees and to forward a list of those most qualified to the World Service Conference to be considered and voted on at the WSC.

The duties of the committee are to develop, maintain and implement a nominations process to identify the most qualified candidates for service. The committee notifies the Nar-­Anon fellowship of the open positions and the qualifications to serve in these positions; screens applications for those most qualified for election to the BOT; interviews potential candidates and checks references; and forwards a list of the most qualified applicants to the WSC for election to the World Pool.

Qualifications for membership: In addition to the general requirements for serving on a world service committee, members should have five years of continuous service in Nar-­Anon, including world service experience. Members of this committee must also agree to protect confidential information obtained in the application process. World service committee email addresses are listed at the end of this guide.

Email: WorldPool@nar-anon.org