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BOARD OF DIRECTORS ROLE AND AGREEMENT


PURPOSE

The Board is the main decision making body of the Association responsible for the operational functions. The Board must also insure the continuity of the Association by planning for the future, maintaining fiscal responsibility and establishing necessary policies and procedures to support the Association's mission and insure conformance with the Bylaws. [Complete document…]


PRESIDENT


PURPOSE

To supervise Board members as the principal elected officer of the Board. [Complete document…]


PRESIDENT-ELECT


PURPOSE

The President-Elect shall spend his or her term learning to become President. This position will become President in the event the President resigns or the position becomes otherwise vacant. In this event, the new President serves the unexpired term plus the full term he or she was elected to serve. [Complete document…]


VICE-PRESIDENT


PURPOSE

To maintain leadership continuity by performing the duties of the President in the absence or inability of the President Elect. [Complete document…]


SECRETARY-TREASURER


PURPOSE

To serve as custodian of all Association funds by providing accurate and current accounting records ensuring the financial integrity of the organization. [Complete document…]


PAST PRESIDENT


PURPOSE

To assist and guide leadership and assist with parliamentarian procedures and organization history. [Complete document…]


BUSINESS ASSOCIATION EXECUTIVE (BAE)


PURPOSE

To facilitate and help conduct all business of the Board. [Complete document…]


AT-LARGE DIRECTORS


PURPOSE
To act as a voting member of the Board with full authority and responsibility to develop policies, procedures and regulations for the operation of the organization; to monitor the organization's financial health, programs and overall performance and to provide the President with the resources to meet the needs of those the organization serves. [Complete document…]