AAUW Wisconsin President
State Board Position Profile
Two years, starting every even numbered year
Elected and attends all board and executive committee meetings
At least two years on the state board in a vice president position
- Chairs and presides at all state, state board and executive committee meetings
- Perform all other duties usually pertaining to the office.
- Files the names and contact information of board officers and coordinators with AAUW by June 1
- Annually appoints all non-elected state officers, coordinators, task forces, standing and special committee members
- Serves as an ex-officio member of all committees and task forces
- Secures an auditor(s) for the state’s financial records at the close of each finance vice president’s term
- Represents the state or designates a representative to work with other organizations and at meetings and conferences
- Coordinates state participation at AAUW conventions
- Responds to the needs of branches and/or individual members
- Acts as a resource to branch president counterparts and communicates with them at least six times a year
- Visit a petitioning group desiring to form a Branch and discuss with it the program of AAUW and the desirability of forming a Branch. The President may designate an official representative to act in the President’s stead. After advising the existing Branch or Branches in the area from which the petitioning group might draw membership, the President shall make a recommendation to the State Board.
- When State Board approval is given, the President shall notify AAUW and direct the state Membership Vice President to continue organizing activities with the petitioning group, including the preparation of bylaws.
- In the event the State Board fails to give approval to the petitioning group, the President shall send a written report to the AAUW Board of Directors. Upon review, the AAUW Board of Directors has the authority to give approval to the petitioning group.
- Notify a Branch which appears to have forfeited the right to continue as a Branch and request it to present its view in writing to the State Board within a designated period of time of reasonable length.
- Accept notification from Branches of their desire to disband.
- Submits articles to Badger Briefs
Updated 2 Mar 2012