It's election time! Executive Board member elections are one of the most important processes of our Chapter. The process of transitioning board members is one of the most critical steps for the long-term sustainability and success of our chapter. Executive Board members set the tone and direction of our chapter and will determine it's success. When leaders change, a smooth transition is the only way to ensure operational consistency and continued success.
Please enter the name(s) of someone you know who has a strong interest in supporting the mission of this organization by Empowering the Next Generation of Health Care Leaders Today! NAHSE bylaws state that all candidates for any office must have been an active Type 1 member of the Association for at least two (2) years and must have exemplified commitment and dedication for furthering the purpose, aims and objectives of the Association.
Nomination deadline is October 13, 2017. Voting will end on October 20, 2017.
This form is anonymous, however, we would love to chat with you about your nomination and learn more about the candidate.
Thank you for your continued support.
Below are the descriptions for each position:
President - Elect:
Will have such powers and perform such duties as shall be delegated to him/her by the President or required by the Board of Directors and will act in the absence of the President.
The Secretary shall record and keep the minutes of the meetings of the membership and Executive Committee. S/he will provide minutes to the National Office for audit purposes, maintain historical files of the organization and will prepare an annual report containing observations, accomplishments, and recommendations to be submitted to the Executive and Advisory board. S/he will develop and send event notifications to NAHSE-Memphis chapter’s members.
The Treasurer shall be signatory on the organization’s bank accounts and shall have custody of all funds and oversee the keeping of all financial records of the organization, subject to the control of the Executive Committee. S/he shall submit financial reports of the organization as requested to the National Treasurer and National Office.
The Parliamentarian shall set and rule on parliamentary procedures to insure proper and expeditious use of the Chapter’s time.