2019 Board Nominations

Nominations are now open for the 2019 Board of Directors

Nominations can be submitted through this Google Form.

Board of Director and Committee Chair Job Descriptions

President - The President shall be the chief elected officer of the Chapter, shall preside at all meetings of the Chapter and shall be an ex-­‐‑officio member of all committees.

President-­Elect -The President-­Elect shall have authority as and assume the full duties of the President in case of his/her absence. The President-­‐‑Elect shall, in most cases, succeed the President in the leadership track.

Immediate Past President – The Immediate Past President prepares a slate of nominees for all elected offices, works closely with committee members to ensure diversity and to see that the best qualified applicants are chosen, and ensures that all members are provided with a copy of the slate of officers, according to notification procedures required by the Chapter bylaws.

Secretary -­ The Secretary prepares and distributes accurate minutes of all meetings of the Chapter and Board of Directors, prepares and files with appropriate agencies all reports required to maintain the active status of the Chapter’s corporation and provide proof of corporate status to IHQ as part of the annual Accord process, and prepares correspondence at the direction of the President and/or Board of Directors.

Treasurer – The Treasurer shall be the fiscal officer for the Chapter and is legally responsible for all funds, as outlined in the Chapter Bylaws.

Vice President of Communications – The Vice President of Communications directs the Chapter’s efforts in promoting the Chapter, AFP, philanthropy, and the fundraising profession. This individual also works in a number of ways to effectively market Chapter events to members, nonmembers, the media, and the general public.

Vice President of Education – The Vice President of Education works with a committee to prepare and execute a plan for monthly Chapter programs, develop programs that respond to the educational needs of Chapter members and others in the community, and maintain program records including description, speaker, attendance, evaluation and revenue.

Vice President of Membership -­ The Vice President of Membership accepts responsibility for the Chapter’s year-­‐‑end membership statistics. His/her role is to create interest in the recruiting and retention process, develop meaningful assignments for volunteers, and devise methods that will achieve Chapter goals.

Vice President of Philanthropy – The Vice President of Philanthropy works to create a committee that is responsible for all aspects of the Chapter’s annual National Philanthropy Day program including awards, sponsorship and event planning.