The President Elect assists the chapter president in performance of chapter management duties, automatically succeeding to president. He/she participates in the recruitment of board members to lead the chapter the succeeding year.
The Past President shall assure that chapter officers fulfill operational and administrative requirements; serve as parliamentarian at chapter meetings; and maintain the chapter history.
The President shall schedule, create agenda for, and preside over Board Meetings; Ensure the achievement of the current Chapter objectives and the development of long-range plans by coordinating, monitoring, and coaching the performance of Chapter officers; Authorize all expenditures in excess of approved budgets; Act as the liaison for the Chapter on regional and national affairs of the American Society for Training and Development; Chair the Executive Committee; and, Serve on the Nominating Committee.
The Secretary shall collect, record, and disseminate all matters of decision made by the chapter and maintain a source of information relative to the chapter’s functions that shall include the chapter constitution and bylaws and all matters pertaining thereto.
The Vice President of Finance/Treasurer shall prepare an annual budget; collect and be custodian of all funds; keep records of income and expenditures; provide monthly financial status report to Board; render to the membership an annual report on all financial transactions; provide data for any audits requested by the Finance Committee; and serve on the Finance Committee.
The Vice President for Programs & Professional Development shall arrange programs for chapter meetings; provide for professional development opportunities; arrange for facilities and equipment at all chapter functions; ensure all chapter meeting notices are sent; and serve on the Program Committee.
The Vice President for Membership shall recruit new National and Chapter members from the private and public sectors; serve on the Membership Committee; and be custodian of all membership records.
The Vice President of Marketing/Communication/Social Media shall submit chapter meeting and event announcements to business/social media outlets; press releases regarding chapter activities and awards to appropriate media outlets; serve on the Marketing committee.
The Vice President of Technology Is responsible to identify, implement and maintain website content, features, and other technologies that will support board goals and improve member services.
Director at Large (up to 3): These individuals will collaborate closely with the president in the administration of the ongoing activities of the association using the initiatives of the strategic plan as the framework.
The Vice President of Social Media shall publish newsworthy board and chapter activities through social media outlets and any other similar technology utilized by the chapter.