Nominations are now being accepted for
ACNA Board of Directors
NOMINATIONS ARE DUE October 8, 2018.
The strategic leadership of ACNA begins with our elected officers and members-at-large. The ACNA Nominations Committee is seeking individuals who have been members of ACNA for at least six months, are classified as either Regular or Retired, and who have a passion, energetic enthusiasm and commitment to contribute to the vitality and growth of ACNA by becoming a member of the Board of Directors.
This year ACNA is seeking nominations for the following positions:
To be considered for Nominations, complete the Nominations Form and Consent to Serve.
The Board is the legal authority for the ACNA. A Board member holds a position of trust and accountability, represents the membership and thereby the community, and is responsible for the governance of the organization.
President Elect: The President-Elect, in the absence of the President, shall exercise the powers of the president. The duties of this role shall be such as to allow the President-Elect to acquire a thorough understanding of the business of ACNA and the duties of the office of the president. The President-Elect shall be responsible for creating organizational plans and identifying committee chairs for all organizational work to be accomplished during the next two-year term.
The President of ACNA shall in general, supervise and control the affairs of the association. The president shall preside at all meetings of the board of directors. The President shall make all required appointments of ad hoc committees and appointments to replace committee chairs if vacated during her/his term. The President may sign with the secretary, treasurer or any proper officer of the association authorized by the board of directors, any deeds, mortgages, contracts or other instruments which the board of directors has authorized to be executed, except in cases where the board of directors has authorized another individual to act as an agent on behalf of the organization, and the President shall perform such other duties as are necessary and incident to the office of president or as may be prescribed by the Board of Directors. The President shall be an ex officio non-voting member of all committees except the Nominations Committee. Upon completion of the term as President, the duties as Past President include serving as an advisor/consultant to the Board and Chair of the Nominations Committee.
Director-at-Large: The Board of Directors, consisting of the Officers and At Large Board Members, is the governing body for the organization. The Secretary and Treasurer will be elected by the Board from the current Board Members at the first Board meeting of the calendar year. Qualifications for Director may include previous service to the association to include, but not limited to, conference attendance, service on a committee or task force, presentations at the annual conference, and/or other service as deemed appropriate by the board of directors. Directors may be re-elected for an additional two (2) year term.