CALL FOR NOMINATIONS
The Nominating Committee of the ACHE Western Florida Chapter Board is accepting nominations for the following positions on the chapter Board of Directors. Each position has a two year term, unless otherwise stated, beginning January 1, 2019.
Chapter board members are required to attend at least 50% of board meetings and a minimum of one educational event annually. Attendance at a majority of chapter events is highly encouraged.
General eligibility criteria for all Board positions include:
- Must be a current ACHE affiliate with a minimum of one year of ACHE membership
- Must have a demonstrated history of volunteering with ACHE
- Must possess good leadership, communication, and organizational skills
- Must demonstrate dedication to the ACHE WFC and its mission
How to Nominate or Be Nominated:
Please follow this link for the WFC Nominations form. The below requirements are due by 5pm on November 19. Please, email completed submissions (Complete Nominations Form and Resume/CV) to email@example.com.
- Completed Nominations Form
- Resume/CV of Nominee
- Three nominating supporters: Two from FACHE Members and (at least) one from an existing WFC Board Member
Additional eligibility criteria and position information is listed under each position description.
The President Elect generally assists and fills in for the president, as needed, while preparing to serve as president. This position will ensure a smooth leadership transition as the future president gains experience in leadership role prior to becoming president.
The Secretary is the officer who maintains the records and rosters for an organization. Duties generally include: taking minutes at regular and special chapter board meetings, sending out meeting notices and agendas accompanied by minutes – preferably two weeks in advance of chapter board meetings – and maintaining an official board book binder of all documents relating to official meetings (meetings notices, agendas, minutes, any material given to board members, treasurer’s report, committee reports, and program reports).
The Membership Director provides leadership to the Chapter Board through membership and advancement activities in developing member recruitment and retention, meeting annual membership goals, and evaluating member satisfaction.
The Programs Director shall be responsible for the planning of chapter meetings and events, including securing and confirming guest speakers and meeting facilities. The Program Events Director will chair the Events, Programs and Education Committee responsible for planning chapter business activities open to all members and potential new members.
The Sponsorship Director and Committee are responsible for raising funds to support Chapter educational programs and membership activities through solicitation of grants, scholarship, and event sponsorships.
The ACHE WFC Committee on Diversity and Inclusion is charged with conducting training and an annual self-assessment of the chapter’s diversity and inclusion practices and proposing new practices and programs.
Local Program Council Chair (NORTH)
Under the general direction of the Program Director, the Local Program Council Chair – North shall be responsible for arranging and sponsoring educational and networking events in the northern region of the Western Florida Chapter. The northern region is generally defined as Citrus, Hernando, Hillsborough, Levy, Marion, Pasco, Pinellas, and Sumter counties.
Local Program Council Chair (SOUTH)
Under the general direction of the Program Director, the Local Program Council Chair – South shall be responsible for arranging and sponsoring educational and networking events in the southern region of the Western Florida Chapter. The southern region is generally defined as Charlotte, Collier, DeSoto, Hardee, Lee, Manatee, and Sarasota counties.
Director-at-Large – 4 openings
The Director At-Large is a Board position representing the interests and views of Chapter members, and may serve on Chapter Committees as either requested by the Board or the Chapter President, or as is their area of interest or expertise. The FACHE credential is preferred, but not required for the Director-at-Large position.