Board Position Descriptions

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JOB DESCRIPTION FOR THE PRESIDENT

The president shall, subject to the control of the board of directors, generally supervise, direct and control the business of the chapter. He/she shall preside over all meetings of the chapter and at all meetings of the board of directors. He/she shall recommend to the board of directors for appointment standing committee chairpersons. He/she shall appoint standing committee members except as otherwise provided in these bylaws. The president shall be an ex-officio member of all committees, but shall have no right to vote when serving in an ex-officio capacity. He/she may have such other duties and powers as may be prescribed by the board of directors or these bylaws.
Specific duties:
The President is the executive officer of the chapter. It is the President's responsibility to provide leadership, to exercise general supervision over chapter activities and to conduct chapter affairs in accordance with the chapter bylaws and/or operating policies.
The President shall maintain contact with all officers, directors, committee chairs and members of the chapter by means of letter, telephone or personal contact.
The President should attend all meetings of the chapter board of directors, chapter members and any events sponsored by the chapter.
The President, in all business activities of the chapter including correspondence and personal contacts, shall act and speak in a professional manner so as to give a favorable and professional impression of the chapter.
The President's duties include:
1. Attends all board meetings and the annual chapter meeting.
2. Attends board meetings prepared to debate and discuss issues at hand.
3. Regularly handles board business through email, including debate, which allows a board
meeting to be mainly a voting event for issues already discussed by email.
4. Actively supports the decisions of the Board of Directors.
5. Generally only votes during board meetings to break a tie.
6. Ensures adherence to the mission and goals of the chapter.
7. Ensures adherence to chapter deadlines.
8. As a chapter officer, acts as a signatory on the chapter checking account.
9. Presides at all meetings of the board and membership and maintains Robert’s Rules of Order.
10. Recommends standing committee chairpersons to the Board of Directors.
11. Serve as an ex-officio member of all committees.
12. Approves members and composition of ad hoc advisory committees as needed. The Chapter
Bylaws state that, “Committees shall consist of at least three (3) members.”
13. Meets with committee chairs to discuss programs and activities and oversees and evaluates
the activities of committees.
14. Acts in a firm, competent, tactful and just manner, permitting full discussion on all debatable motions, yet neutral on controversial matters. The President must respect the opinion of each individual; yet see that each decision is carried out in a harmonious atmosphere.
15. Acts as the primary spokesperson for the chapter.
16. Makes sure that written minutes of all meetings are published expeditiously.
17. Prepares, in conjunction with the Secretary, an agenda prior to all meetings, adheres to the
agenda, as it may be amended, and opens and closes meetings in a timely manner.
18. Oversees the activities of committees, making sure appropriate reports and minutes are
prepared and voted on by the board as necessary.
19. Makes arrangements, or oversees the making of arrangements, for all meetings and/or
functions of the chapter.
20. Arrives at all meetings in a timely manner to see that sites are prepared for the meetings.
21. Is available to the entire membership, especially new members and guests. Displays
enthusiasm and support for all chapter activities.
22. Arranges for, or oversees the arrangements for, speakers for meetings and events. In addition,
acknowledges speaker appearances with letters of thanks on behalf of the chapter or oversees
said activity.
23. Maintains close contact with the Executive Committee, Board of Directors and Committee
Chairs.
24. Oversees the activities of the Secretary, President-Elect and Chief Financial Officer, making
sure their responsibilities are adhered to.
25. ThePresidentwilltransferallmaterialpertainingtotheroleasPresidenttothenewlyelected
President and educate the newly elected President as to the role of the position.
Deadline specific issues:
1. Write a president’s message to be disbursed in the chapter newsletter. Submission dates are 6 weeks prior to the first of a month in which a newsletter is published. For example, for the March newsletter, the incoming president would submit a message by January 15th. Publication dates are January, March, May, July, September, and November.
2. During the first month of assuming office, ensures that all chapter officers are signatories on the chapter checking account. Officers include President, Past President, President-Elect, Secretary and Chief Financial Officer.

JOB DESCRIPTION FOR THE PRESIDENT-ELECT

The president-elect shall succeed to the presidency. He/she shall, in the absence of the president or in the president’s inability to serve, perform the duties of the president. He/she shall also perform those duties assigned to him/her by the president and/or the board of directors and shall convene the nominating committee preceding the year in which he/she takes office as President of the association.
Specific duties:
The President-Elect shall perform any and all duties of the President in the absence of the President and any other duties as assigned by the President.
The President-Elect’s duties include:
1. Attends all board meetings and the annual chapter meeting.
2. Attends board meetings prepared to debate and discuss issues at hand.
3. Regularly handles board business through email, including debate, which allows a board meeting
to be mainly a voting event for issues already discussed by email.
4. Actively supports the decisions of the Board of Directors.
5. Ensures adherence to the mission and goals of the chapter.
6. Ensures adherence to chapter deadlines.
7. As a chapter officer, acts as a signatory on the chapter checking account.
8. Contracts, monitors and works with the Chapter Coordinator, including reviewing the
coordinator’s invoicing of chapter work hours. Coordinates coverage of basic duties when the
Chapter Coordinator is away from the office, including email, voicemail and PO box duties.
9. Acts as liaison to the Chapter Coordinator by receiving, approving and prioritizing non-routine
task requests from chapter and board members, and approving of and prioritizing these non-
routine tasks requested.
10. Tracks and responds to therapy referral requests (both voicemail and email) in a timely manner
and records the activity on the P&P 200 -- Referral Request Tracking Form.
11. Tracks potential board member applicants and uses this information in conjunction with the
nominating committee to form a new board, in election (odd-numbered) years.
12. In election (odd-numbered) years, creates and oversees the nominating committee for the
upcoming term. This allows the President-Elect the opportunity to approve and recruit board
members who are a “good fit.”
13. Assumes President’s duties in his/her absence.
14. Assumes additional tasks as assigned by the President.
15. Assumes the office of presidency if President leaves office before end of term.
Deadline specific issues:
In election (odd-numbered) years:

1. The nominating committee needs to be formed by March 31st, since many months are needed to
interview candidates and prepare to have them sworn in at the fall annual membership meeting. Be
sure to carefully review the chapter bylaws for the nominating committee requirements.
2. By March 31st, create a calendar of board-related events for the upcoming year (e.g. board
meetings/luncheons, retreat’s, CAMFT’s Leadership conference ((usually February), CAMFT’s annual conference ((usually October or November), and any other events already scheduled)).
a. Since most board meetings and luncheons are held the fourth Friday of each month, you should consider conflicts with major holidays and move luncheons appropriately, conflicts with State CAMFT events, the history of no chapter meetings in December, etc.
b. One specific and important item for your future is to set an early January all-day (Saturday?) meeting for all new board members that includes a chance to get to know one another, and set your strategic plan for the upcoming 2 years of your new board.
c. Be sure to coordinate this info. with the Director of Luncheon Programs.
3. By March 31st, compile a “board candidate packet” for potential board members and the
nominating committee, which includes relevant job descriptions and next year’s calendar.
a. Ensure the nominating committee has the latest versions of Job Descriptions with their packet to pass on to nominees.


JOB DESCRIPTION FOR THE PAST PRESIDENT

Specific duties:
The Past President continues on as a chapter officer after ending the term of presidency.
The Past President's duties include:
1. Attends all board meetings and the annual chapter meeting.
2. Attends board meetings prepared to debate and discuss issues at hand.
3. Regularly handles board business through email, including debate, which allows a board
meeting to be mainly a voting event for issues already discussed by email.
4. Actively supports the decisions of the Board of Directors.
5. Ensures adherence to chapter deadlines.
6. Ensures adherence to the mission and goals of the chapter.
7. As a chapter officer, acts as a signatory on the chapter checking account.
8. Annually updates the policy and procedural manual, ensuring all items have a revision date
change.
9. Oversees committees as requested by the President, such as the Editorial Committee.
10. Assumes responsibility for special projects as requested by the board or President.
11. Assists the incoming President in the direction of the chapter.
12. Assists the incoming President-Elect in the operation of the nominating committee and the
choosing of new board members.
13. The Past President will transfer all material pertaining to the role as Past President to the
incoming Past President and educate the new Past President as to the role of the position.

JOB DESCRIPTION FOR THE SECRETARY

The Secretary shall keep or cause to be kept, in storage and on a computer USB or such other place as the Board of Directors may direct, a book of Minutes of the proceedings of its Board of Directors, members and committees of the board, with the time and place of holding, whether general or special, and, if special, how authorized, the notice given, the names of those present at such meetings, the numbers of members present or repressed at such member’s meetings, and with the proceedings of such meetings.
The Secretary shall give or cause to be given, notice of all meetings of the members and of the Board of Directors required by the By Laws. The Secretary shall have such other powers and perform such other duties as may be prescribed by the Board of Directors or the By Laws.
In the event of the Secretary’s absence, his/her duties may be performed by any member appointed by the President.
Specific duties:
The Secretary is responsible for keeping minutes of meetings and reminding the Board of Directors of By Law issues as they arise.
The Secretary’s duties include:
1. Attends all board meetings and the annual chapter meeting.
2. Attends board meetings prepared to debate and discuss issues at hand.
3. Regularly handles board business through email, including debate, which allows a board
meeting to be mainly a voting event for issues already discussed by email.
4. Actively supports the decisions of the Board of Directors.
5. Ensures adherence to the mission and goals of the chapter.
6. Ensures adherence to chapter deadlines.
7. As a chapter officer, acts as a signatory on the chapter checking account.
8. Ensures the Statement of Corporation is updated annually with the California Secretary of
State.
9. Keeps accurate Minutes of all attended board meetings and other attended association
meetings, recording all action items and a brief summary of what is done, not what is said.
10. Maintains an accurate membership list or ensures that such occurs.
11. Maintains an accurate and updated Board Roster and ensures a copy is forwarded to state
CAMFT.
12. Works in close harmony with the President.
13. Prepares the agenda for meetings in consultation with the President.
14. Keeps the records of the association, including committee reports or ensures that such occurs.
15. Takes to each meeting: The “working Minute Book”, agenda, records, ballots, Board
Manual which includes By Laws, Policies and Procedures, a list of members, a list of
committees and members, and any supplies that may be needed or ensures that such occurs.
16. Calls the meeting to order if the President and the President-Elect are absent, and presides
until a temporary chair is elected.
17. Sends the President a copy of the Minutes as soon as possible after each meeting and within
2 weeks at the latest.
18. Makes Minutes available for examination by the members upon request.
19. Forwards to Webmaster a copy of the Minutes after they are approved and accepted by the
Board of Directors.
20. Notifies officers, committee chair and members, and delegates of their election or
appointment.
21. Transfers all material pertaining to the office to the newly-elected Secretary and educates the
newly-elected Secretary as to the responsibilities of the position.
22. Supplies state CAMFT with the names, addresses and phone numbers of the Chapter’s
Officers, Directors and committee chairs and updates state CAMFT with changes or ensures
that such occurs.
23. Provides state CAMFT with information to be published about the Chapter in The Therapist.
The information is to be updated by the Secretary as the information changes or ensures that such occurs.
Deadline specific issues:
1. Updates the Statement of Officers with the California Secretary of State annually. 2. Adheres to specific deadlines as outlined in P&P 104--Meeting Minutes.

JOB DESCRIPTION FOR THE CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER (CFO)

As defined in bylaws:
The chief financial officer shall keep and maintain, or cause to be kept and
maintained, adequate and correct books and records of accounts of the properties and business transactions of the chapter, including accounts of its assets, liabilities, receipts, disbursements, gains, losses, capital, retained earnings, and any other matters customarily included in financial statements. The books of account shall be open to inspection by any board member at all reasonable times.
The chief financial officer shall deposit, or shall cause to be deposited, all money and other valuables in the name and to the credit of the chapter with such depositories as may be designated by the board of directors; shall disburse, or cause to be disbursed, the funds of the chapter as may be ordered by the board of directors; shall render at such regular meetings of the board, or at such other times as directed by the board, an account of his/her transactions as chief financial officer and of the financial condition of the chapter; shall prepare or cause to be prepared a proposed annual budget to be presented to the board of directors prior to the annual membership meeting; and shall have such other powers and shall perform such other duties as may be prescribed by the board of directors or the bylaws.
If required by the board of directors, the chief financial officer shall give the chapter a bond in the amount and with the surety or sureties specified by the board for faithful performance of the duties of his/her office and for restoration to the chapter of all of its books, papers, vouchers, money, and other property of every kind in his/her possession, or under his/her control upon death, resignation, retirement, or removal from office.
Specific duties:
The Chief Financial Officer is the custodian of the money of the association and is responsible for collecting, depositing in a timely manner, and disbursing the funds of the association.
The Chief Financial Officer's duties include:
1. Attends all board meetings and the annual chapter meeting.
2. Attends board meetings prepared to debate and discuss issues at hand.
3. Regularly handles board business through email, including debate, leaving board meetings as
mainly a voting event for issues already discussed by email.
4. Actively supports the decisions of the Board of Directors.
5. Ensures adherence to the mission and goals of the chapter.
6. Ensures adherence to chapter deadlines.
7. As a chapter officer, acts as a signatory on the chapter checking account, and makes arrangements
with the bank to add or delete board member signatories as may be necessary.
8. Obtains appropriate authorizations for all financial transactions, either as established in the bylaws
or by adopted motion or in Policies and Procedures.
9. Collects all dues according to appropriate procedures for dues payment, notifies of delinquencies,
and provides receipts to dues paying members or ensures that such occurs.
10. Maintains the bank account(s) of the association as separate fund(s) and is responsible for the drafting of all disbursements.
11. Arrangesforauditingofthebooksandrecordsoftheassociationonaregularbasis.
12. Chairs the budget committee, assisting in the preparation of the annual budget for the chapter (See
Appendix 104-A -- Annual Meeting Sample).
13. Maintains, in a timely manner, all financial books and records of the association and prepares
financial reports on a regular basis including a balance sheet and income and expense statement. Such reports are to show the status of all accounts, including the balance at the beginning of the period, all receipts, all disbursements and the balance at the end of the period.
14. Regularly compares the actual costs and revenue to budgeted costs and income and recommends adjustments in spending and/or the budget as necessary.
15. Transfers all material pertaining to the office to the newly elected Chief Financial Officer and educates the newly elected Chief Financial Officer as to the role of the position.
16. Prepares and/or copies year-end financials and submits them to the accountant for preparation of annual tax filing.
Deadline specific issues:
1. Directs the annual report and final budget for each year.
2. Ensures the annual budget is approved by the board at the October board meeting in preparation
for the annual chapter meeting held in November.
3. Ensures the annual report is finished within 120 days after the close of the fiscal year (December
31 is the fiscal year-end).
4. Ensures the annual report is included in the chapter newsletter -- March/April edition. Six weeks
are required for the editorial committee to publish the newsletter; therefore, the report must be submitted to the editorial committee by January 15th (with slight leeway, due to arrival of the January bank statement being slightly after the 15th).
5. Prepares and submits all information necessary to accountant for the filing of yearly taxes by April 15th (taxes are due May 15th of each year).

JOB DESCRIPTION FOR THE ETHICS DIRECTOR

Specific duties:
Coordinates the annual law and ethics workshop(s) and is generally available to chapter members to discuses pertinent ethics issues.
The Ethics Director’s duties include:
1. Attends all board meetings and the annual chapter meeting.
2. Attends board meetings prepared to debate and discuss issues at hand.
3. Regularly handles board business through email, including debate, which allows a board
meeting to be mainly a voting event for issues already discussed by email.
4. Actively supports the decisions of the Board of Directors.
5. Ensures adherence to the mission and goals of the chapter.
6. Ensures adherence to chapter deadlines.
7. Acts as the contact person for chapter members and the Board of Directors regarding ethics
questions. Does not give advice but may call State CAMFT for direction and clarification.
8. Coordinates at least one Law and Ethics workshop each year as a revenue generator.
9. Assembles committees for any other related events or issues as needed.
10. May write a regular newsletter article pertaining to ethics.
11. Transfers all material pertaining to the office to the newly elected Ethics Director and
educates the newly elected Ethics Director as to the role of the position.

JOB DESCRIPTION FOR THE DIRECTOR OF LUNCHEON PROGRAMS

Specific duties:
Oversees and evaluates ongoing luncheon programs and their committees.
The Luncheon Programs Director’s duties include:
1. Attends all board meetings and the annual chapter meeting.
2. Attends board meetings prepared to debate and discuss issues at hand.
3. Regularly handles board business through email, including debate, which allows a board
meeting to be mainly a voting event for issues already discussed by email.
4. Actively supports the decisions of the Board of Directors.
5. Ensures adherence to the mission and goals of the chapter.
6. Ensures adherence to chapter deadlines.
7. Recruits for committees as needed.
8. Ensures that regional luncheon committees adhere to P&P 108 -- Luncheon Speakers and
Protocols (this is the timeline for the day for the luncheons, etc.).
9. Ensures that committee luncheon and workshop proposals are brought to the board for
approval and recommendations, and relays board decisions to the committees.
10. Assessesandsignscontractswithluncheonvenues.
11. Remains aware of all venue contract expiration dates. (Contracts tend to renew with price
increases, so a two-month leeway is important in order to ensure time for the board to vote on
acceptability of a price increase or raising luncheon fees.)
12. Reviews and tracks luncheon fee structure for cost efficiency, and makes appropriate
recommendations to the board. (Venues will typically request a 3%-5% Cost Of Living
Adjustment per year.)
13. Ensuresrevenue/expenseresultsfromeachluncheonareprovidedtotheboardateachboard
meeting.
14. Reviews luncheon evaluations and makes recommendations to the board. Receives board
input on the focus of future presentations.
15. Ensures committees follow Polices and Procedures 114 – Luncheon Committee Guidelines.
Some areas covered in the policy include: Selection of speaker topics based on feedback at luncheons using a spread sheet of the collected requests, choosing presenters, scheduling presenters, notifying the Chapter Coordinator of the schedule of presentations, compiling and sharing results of evaluations, sending thank you letters to presenters, choice and quality of venues, etc.
16. Coordinates with the Region Chairs and the Chapter Coordinator to ensure the luncheon registration materials are at the luncheon prior to the event. This includes registration sheets, CEU materials, name tags, receipt books, etc. The Director also brings the materials for the Information table and Signs for the venue.
17. Arranges and coordinates payments to luncheon venues and forwards invoices and check stubs to the CFO.
18. Coordinates with the Region Chair to have registration sheets, CEU sheets, collected monies and receipts forwarded to the Chapter Coordinator the week following the luncheon.
19. Transfers all material pertaining to the office to the newly elected Director of Luncheon Programs and educates the newly elected Director of Luncheon Programs as to the role of the position.
Deadline specific issues:
1. Ensure presenters are scheduled a minimum 3 months prior to a presentation date.
2. Ensure renewals of venue contracts 2 months prior to their annual expiration.
3. Ensure the timely compilation of evaluations, and that these results and thank you notes are
sent to presenters in a timely manner.

JOB DESCRIPTION FOR THE DIRECTOR OF MEMBERSHIP

Specific duties:
Enhances and expands chapter membership and coordinates the annual chapter membership meeting.
The Membership Director’s duties include:
1. Attends all board meetings and the annual chapter meeting.
2. Attends board meetings prepared to debate and discuss issues at hand.
3. Regularly handles board business through email, including debate, which allows a board
meeting to be mainly a voting event for issues already discussed by email.
4. Actively supports the decisions of the Board of Directors.
5. Ensures adherence to the mission and goals of the chapter.
6. Ensures adherence to chapter deadlines.
7. Assesses and addresses membership dues increases and decreases.
8. Calls or emails members who have not paid their dues.
9. Responds to inquiries to membership.
10. Maintains close contact with the Chapter Coordinator regarding membership numbers and
trends.
11. EnsuresthatMembershipDirectoryisupdated,published(Website&hardcopy),and
distributed annually.
12. Periodically reviews membership application packets, etc. and makes
recommendations/updates.
13. Actively recruits new chapter members, alone and in conjunction with the Director of Newly
Licensed and Prelicensed.
14. Proposes events/programs aimed at obtaining new members, such as staffing booths at local
graduate schools.
15. Conducts a chapter membership survey, ensuring the board knows the desires of the chapter.
Suggested time frame is once every other Membership Director term, i.e. every 4 years. The last survey was conducted electronically using Zoomerang on the Web in 2006. The Chapter Coordinator has samples on file.
16. Coordinates the fall chapter membership meeting.
17. Collaborates with Directors and committees to strengthen members’ identification and pride
with the chapter.
18. Runs at least one membership drive in two years of service -- ensuring low cost by using the
board and volunteers instead of the Chapter Coordinator.
19. Assembles committees for any other related events or issues as needed.
20. Transfers all material pertaining to the office to the newly elected Director of Membership
and educates the newly elected Director of Membership as to the role of the position.
Deadline specific issues:
1. Locate a venue for the annual meeting by February for that year’s end of October/early November annual membership meeting (Lucy Stern Community Center in Palo Alto has been the location for last few years & can accommodate the needed 5% of membership attendance (needed for voting)).
2. The Chapter receives a discounted rate for being in Palo Alto as the SCV-CAMFT Chapter P.O. Box address is there. For the annual meeting, coordinate food, speaker (if there is a speaker), and set-up and clean up, with other board members.
3. Communicate monthly by phone or email with chapter members who have not paid their dues (See P&P 202 -- Unpaid Dues Template).

JOB DESCRIPTION FOR THE SPECIAL EVENTS DIRECTOR

Specific duties:
The Special Events Director is responsible for overseeing and evaluating special events.
The Special Events Director’s duties include:
1. Attends all board meetings and the annual chapter meeting.
2. Attends board meetings prepared to debate and discuss issues at hand.
3. Regularly handles board business through email, including debate, which allows a board
meeting to be mainly a voting event for issues already discussed by email.
4. Actively supports the decisions of the Board of Directors.
5. Ensures adherence to the mission and goals of the chapter.
6. Ensures adherence to chapter deadlines.
7. Acts as the point of contact for the chapter disaster preparedness committee.
8. Supports the disaster preparedness committee in offering one disaster preparedness training
per year, driven by chapter membership interest and past attendance. Suggested frequency by State CAMFT is 1-2 trainings per year. State CAMFT has historically given the chapter a stipend if the training holds at least 25 members.
9. Collaborates with event coordinators to guide and direct events, unless the event falls under another Director, for example, Programs, Ethics, Pre- and Newly Licensed, etc.
10. Evaluates offering an SCV-CAMFT conference on even numbered years – dependent on chapter member interest.
11. Coordinates a hospitality room or table/booth at the State CAMFT annual conference that happens in Santa Clara County on odd numbered years (see P&P 201 for suggestions of offerings to out of town participants).
12. Transfers all material pertaining to the office to the newly elected Special Events Director and educates the newly elected Special Events Director as to the role of the position.

JOB DESCRIPTION FOR THE DIRECTOR OF SUPPORT GROUPS

Specific duties:
Supports facilitators of chapter support groups who support pre-licensed and newly-licensed therapists along their career path.
The Director of Newly and Pre-licensed’s duties include:
1. Attends all board meetings and the annual chapter meeting.
2. Attends board meetings prepared to debate and discuss issues at hand.
3. Regularly handles board business through email, including debate, which allows a board
meeting to be mainly a voting event for issues already discussed by email.
4. Actively supports decisions of the Board of Directors.
5. Ensures adherence to the mission and goals of the chapter.
6. Ensures adherence to chapter deadlines.
7. Oversees, supports and evaluates the facilitators of the pre-licensed and newly-licensed
support groups.
8. Oversees and evaluates the Mentor/Mentee Program.
9. Recruits, as needed, facilitators for the pre-licensed and newly-licensed support groups.
10. Ensures corrections of intern directory on chapter website.
11. Transfers all material pertaining to the office to the newly-elected Director of Support
 Groups and indoctrinates the newly-elected Director of Support Groups as to the role of the
 position.
Deadline specific issues:
1. Ensures yearly updates to the internship directory on the chapter website.

JOB DESCRIPTION FOR THE DIRECTOR OF TECHNOLOGY AND COMMUNICATIONS

Specific duties:
Oversees technology for the chapter – mainly keeping all data on the chapter’s Website current.
The Technology and Communications Director’s duties include:
1. Attends all board meetings and the annual chapter meeting.
2. Attends board meetings prepared to debate and discuss issues at hand.
3. Regularly handles board business through email, including debate, which allows a board
meeting to be mainly a voting event for issues already discussed by email.
4. Actively supports the decisions of the Board of Directors.
5. Ensures adherence to the mission and goals of the chapter.
6. Ensures adherence to chapter deadlines.
7. Works in consultation with the Chapter Coordinator and the Web host (currently Kethyr
Solutions) to receive up-to-date training needed to perform the below duties.
8. Improves the quality and usability of the chapter’s Website www.scv-camft.org.
9. Coordinates keeping the Website data current by interfacing with directors about their specific
areas of Website coverage.
10. Researches members’ views of the site, compares the chapter’s site to other chapter sites,
seeks ways to reduce costs and updates keyword lists.
11. Encourages use of expanded Website listing use by chapter members as this creates additional
revenue.
12. Assesses, recommends and receives board approval for links to other websites.
13. Ensures usability of the chapter list-serve, which is accessible to chapter members only.
14. Encourages list serve discussions.
15. Assembles committees for any other related events or issues as needed.
16. Transfers all material pertaining to the office to the newly elected Director of Technology and
Communications and educates the newly elected Director of Technology and Communications as to the role of the position.

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