2014 Board of Director Position Descriptions

 

2014 BOARD POSITIONS AND PRIMARY DUTIES

President: 
 
Chair board and general meetings. Represent chapter at state and national meetings. Help set direction and solve problems. Directs all committee members and appoints ad hoc committees as needed. Responsible for monitoring overall ethics of organization.  Must be current member of the Board of Directors to be eligible to run for this position.  Term is 2 years.

Vice President: 

Chair for the scholarship committee and the Government Relations efforts including liaison to GBTA’s Governmental Affairs. Vice President will work with the board to achieve chapter and GBTA goals as it relates to our government relations efforts and support.    

Treasurer:

Responsible for the financial records of the organization.  Share in responsibility of monitoring ethics of organization. Works closely with the Membership Committee/Director of Membership. 

Secretary:

Responsible for keeping the records, books, forms, etc. of the organization including taking minutes during the monthly board meetings and acting as chapter historian.  Board advisor to the annual elections committee.  The Secretary shall be the custodian of the bylaws and chair the bylaws committee if amendments or changes are needed.

Director of Communications:

Responsible for publishing all communication (meeting announcements, press releases, etc.) on behalf of the organization and for content development and updates on the chapter website.  Responsible for the development/production of all collateral, brochures and other promotional material/items as needed by the organization as well as managing and updating CNFBTA’s Facebook/LinkedIn pages. 

Director of Programs:

Responsible for the content of member meetings.  Works with board to monitor interests and topics for learning desired by the association’s direct members.   Responsible for securing speakers for meetings, obtaining speaker bios for publication, coordinate logistical needs of speaker(s), ie. transportation, accommodations, etc. Responsible for site selection and negotiation of venues, including executing contract and coordinating all event logistrics including menu selection, audivisual, room set up, obtaining hotel arrangments that might be needed for our speaker(s), the post event survey and act as chair the Programs/Venues committee, if applicable, to ensure consistency and provide other regional support as needed. 

Director of Membership:

Responsible for recruitment of new members, developing an active and ongoing campaign to retain members, maintaining the membership database and working with the Treasurer on new member payments and membership renewals.   Chair to membership committee, if aapplicable, to develop an action plan for increasing and maintaining membership with a primary emphasis on increasing Direct membership.  Work to encourage member involvement in committees. Provide hospitality at chapter functions by greeting attendees and making them feel welcome. 

Past President:

Serve as voting member of Board of Directors and Executive Committee. Act as support/mentor to President.  Term is 2 years and automatically filled by the immediate past president of the chapter.

General Board Member Understandings:

Board members should have regular attendance at member meetings and board meetings. 

Board members should be prepared to attend at least 1 out of area meeting per year. 

Board meetings are held monthly and will be accessible via conference call. 

Unless otherwise specified, terms are for 1 year with a maximum of 2 back to back terms in any one office.