|RICHARD M. RYAN||PRESIDENT|
|JULIANN D. SCHLOSSARECK||VICE-PRESIDENT, NEGOTIATIONS CHAIR, LEGISLATIVE CHAIR|
|CHRISTY LANGAN||MEMBERSHIP CHAIR, MEMBER BENEFITS COOR.|
|KERRY L. DENIGRIS||GRIEVANCE CHAIR, ASSOCIATION REP|
|JENNIFER L. BENTLEY||PRIDE CHAIR|
|EDWARD J. BRENNAN||WEB MASTER|
The President shall:
A. Preside over all meetings of the Executive Board, Representative Council and
General Membership Meetings.
B. Appoint the chairperson and members of all standing committees and special
committees with the approval of the Executive Officers, not otherwise provided for in the
Constitution and By-Laws, for a term beginning on July 1st and ending on June 30th and fill all
unexpired committee vacancies as vacancies occur, with the advice of the Executive Officers.
C. Be an ex-officio member of all committees, including the Negotiating Committee.
D. With the Treasurer, sign checks drawn upon the treasury for which a voucher or bill
has been submitted.
E. Represent the Association before the public, either personally or through a
F. Perform all other functions usually attributed to the office.
The 2nd Vice President shall:
A. Assume all duties of the 1st Vice President in his or her absence and work closely
with one or more standing committees as the President may suggest.
B. Become 1st Vice President whenever the 1st Vice Presidency becomes vacant.
C. Be an ex-officio member of the Bargaining Council, the Budget Committee, the
Negotiating Committee, the Grievance Committee and PRIDE Committee.
D. Receive any Association Representative reports (prior to start of the Representative
Council Meetings) from any Association Representative unable to attend the meeting.
E. Manage Philanthropic Fund to include overseeing account(s), and dispersing funds as
F. With the Treasurer, sign checks drawn upon the treasury for which a voucher and bill
has been submitted.
G. Perform such other duties that may be directed by the President.
All other positions – The Executive Board shall:
A. Be responsible for the management of the Association
B. Authorize all expenditures within the limits of the budget.
C. By 2/3 vote authorize the spending of money for non-budget items not to exceed
$1000 in any one case. Disbursements in excess of $1000 must have the approval of a majority
of the votes cast of the Representative Council.
D. Propose policies for consideration by the Representative Council.
E. Execute policies established by the Representative Council.
F. Report the transactions of the Executive Board and Representative Council to the
members through the minutes of the following meeting.
G. Establish such special committees as may be necessary.
H. Set the agenda for the Representative Council and all General Membership Meetings.
I. In September, establish a calendar of regular meeting dates and times for the year.