Most funders want a Board of Directors list, complete with contact information (address, phone, email) AND their career affiliations.
It's not enough to say "Treasurer" or "President" of the Board. What do or did they do in their careers? And don't list ony: John Smith, Attorney at Law. What firm is/was John Smith working as an attorney?
Funders will say they want that information to show that you have a diverse board. Not true. They want to know if you have a competitor on your Board of Directors. That's right.....if you have an employee of Bank of America on your board, you may as well forget about applying to any banks for grants, including Bank of America.