Proposed by-Law Changes
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- Article 4, section 5 Duties of Officers: C-1. The Vice President for Public Affairs shall: 1. Perform all the duties of the office of the President in the event of absence, disability, or at the request of the President and the President-Elect.
Adjust to: The Vice President for Public Affairs shall: 1. Perform all the duties of the office of the President-Elect in the event of absence, disability, or at the request of the President and the President-Elect.
- Article 4, section 5: B-5: State Officers, Section 5B-5: “Notify state officers and committee chairs of their responsibility to train incoming officers and chairs at the state meeting and utilize officer training videos, as available. NOTE – FLOW STRUCTURE: State vice-presidents (Public Affairs, Member Resources, Awards and Recognition, Professional Development) will lead and disseminate information to district vice presidents at the training during the annual meeting. Each of the state officers must complete a plan of work and keep district officers informed of the plan.”
Adjust to: Notify state officers and committee chairs of their responsibility to train incoming officers and chairs, utilizing officer training videos as available, between the state meeting and September 30th. This must be completed prior to Nov 1 per policies and procedures.
- Article 4, section 5: B-7: Propose to add item 7. It is the President Elect’s duty to assist the VP of Public Affairs with submitting NEAFCS Impact Statements.
- Article 9 – Meetings, Section 1: Propose to update the Chart.
Article 5 – District Officers, Section 2: C-3: “District Vice Presidents for Professional Development & Recognition will be appointed to review National Annual Conference session proposals and Awards applications.” Propose to eliminate this item. This is done by a subcommittee for the National Annual Session, and is also submitted through the National website, therefore it is not needed for this position.