Hey, as an all-volunteer army of sorts, we’re always looking for help, whether with board matters, events, or anything else to which you’d like to lend your talent.
At this time, we specifically need help with:
- Digital marketing, including social media
And if you’re interested in joining the board, here are the key roles and their responsibilities:
President: The President or his/her designee shall preside at all meetings of the Board of Directors and its Executive Committee. The President, with approval of the Executive Committee, shall appoint Directors to serve as chairs of all standing and ad hoc committees, and shall see that all chairs report to the Board. The President shall act as spokesperson for the Guild. The President shall prepare the Board’s meeting agenda and shall sign all documents and assign preparation of required reports on behalf of the organization in conjunction with the Secretary. Co-Presidents shall have equal powers and shall act by consensus whenever practicable.
Vice President: The Vice President shall perform the duties of the President in his/her absence or if a vacancy in the office occurs, and shall undertake such other responsibilities as the Board of Directors may assign.
Secretary: The Secretary shall be the custodian of all records and documents of the Guild except those of a financial nature. The Secretary shall maintain a record of the proceedings of all meetings of the Board of Directors and the Executive Committee, and shall send copies of the minutes of such meetings to all Board members preferably within two weeks after each meeting. The Secretary and President shall oversee the preparation of required reports to state and federal entities and sign all legal documents of the organization.
Treasurer: The Treasurer shall monitor all revenues and expenditures of the organization and shall be responsible for complete and accurate records of all financial accounts. The Treasurer shall oversee the preparation of regular financial reports to the Board of Directors.