Board of Directors Job Descriptions
The President of the Association is to be responsible for the general administration of the affairs of the corporation and is elected for a two-year term (in even years) by the general membership. The President is accountable to the general membership of the Association and to the Board of Directors as the representatives of the general membership.
The Vice President of the Association would serve as the chief executive officer in the absence of the President and is elected by general membership for a two-year term in odd-numbered years. The Vice-President is responsible to further the mission, goals and strategies, and financial health of the Association. The office is accountable to the President and the other Board of Directors as the representatives of the general membership.
The Secretary is responsible to serve as the recording secretary of the Association, recording minutes of all meetings of the Executive Committee, Board of Directors, and General Membership Business Sessions of the Association, distributing them as needed to the appropriate people. The office has a three-year term with accountability to President and other Board members as the representatives of the general membership.
The Treasurer of the Association is elected for a three-year term to administer the funds of the Association. The Treasurer serves as the administrator of the funds and the budget of the Association based upon the Association’s Strategic Plan and Annual Operating plan by presenting an annual report and budget setting forth in full the financial conditions of the Association. The Treasurer is accountable to the President and the other Board of Directors as the representatives of the general membership.
Six Directors-at-large serve as voting members of the Board of Directors upon election by the general membership for a three-year term. A Director-at-large is responsible, along with other directors and officers, to further the mission, goals, and strategies of the Association. They are accountable to the President and Officers of the Association as representatives of the general membership.
The Executive Director of the Association is to be the official representative for information about ACL and its operations. The Executive Director serves as the key visionary for ACL, directing strategic planning, membership orientation, leadership training, and communication within and beyond the Association. The position is employed by the Board of Directors and accountable to them as the representatives of the general membership.
The immediate Past President will remain as a voting member of the Board of Directors for one year. At the discretion of the Board of Directors, he/she may be invited to continue for a second year as well.
Membership Eligibility Team
The President, Vice-President and Executive Director comprise the Membership Eligibility Team to review the membership applications and renewals of any who object to signing the doctrinal statement or who have reservations about any part of the statement.
Marketing Advisory Team
The Executive Director, CPI Team Publicity Coordinator, TCL Team Representative, Conference Manager, CLC Team Representative, and one member-at-large make up the Marketing Advisory Team to provide input on the Association's ongoing marketing strategies.