From the description on the website, it is not clear what Board Members are going to be responsible for, what is going to be the area of competence. I think it is important to state more apparent as a very vague wording leads to the absence of motivation to apply to the Board.
In the Governance page, I can see this:
Most of the real work will get done by
- The existing Haskell community groups (GHC team, Hackage, Stackage, Cabal, Core Libraries, Haddock, etc)
- Teams, or working groups, formed by the Haskell Foundation for particular purposes.
This is interesting, as this makes the obvious potential responsibilities pool even smaller.
Also, one of the requirement is to have the mindset aligned with the Haskell Foundation goal. But what exactly are they? It is not stated on the website. Ideally, the main page should describe the goals that the organisation has at the moment (I do understand that they might be refined after the board is complete).
As a side note, for me as a non-native English speaker, the webpage is pretty off-putting to read. If the goal is to make HF more diverse, probably it could be considered to make the webpage more lightweight without unnecessary too complicated terms, which makes it read like an academic paper.