The President supervises chapter business and activities; creates agenda and presides over board of director meetings and general membership meetings; approves obligations of the chapter, including all communications and contracts representing the chapter; serves as a liaison to NAPO and other chapters.
The Vice President acts in place of the President when the President is absent or unable to act; performs duties that are requested and/or delegated by the president; communicates with potential new members as well as newly registered NAPO members; oversees the Director of Membership and the committees that fall under that Director.
The Secretary records, prepares, disseminates and maintains minutes of the chapter Board of Directors meetings and chapter meetings; provides minutes for approval by all meeting participants; maintains inventory of chapter’s official supplies and materials; maintains chapter historical records and operations documents; performs other duties as requested and/or delegated by the President.
The Treasurer acts as Treasurer for the Chapter and chair of the Finance Committee; is responsible for the funds and finances of the Chapter; prepares and forwards to NAPO all financial reports and budgets as outlined in the Chapter Handbook; collects and accounts for all chapter dues and meeting fees; pays chapter financial obligations; reviews Chapter financial records and presents them to the Chapter Membership at least quarterly; reviews contracts and/ or agreements.
The Immediate Past President shall serve as advisor to the President; shall chair the Nominating Committee; and may serve as parliamentarian for board meetings and chapter meetings.
The Director of Administration shall perform duties related to the following, either directly or through a committee chair: Polices & Procedures, Historian, Librarian; and other duties as requested and/or delegated by the President. These duties shall be assigned to the Secretary or at the President’s discretion when this Directorship is vacant.
Kathi Zung Lyons
The Director of Communications & Technology oversees the chapter web site, email newsletter, group communications, private Yahoo group and listserv, maintains the digital media library, and monitors media tracking.
The Director of Marketing explores, creates, and engages in media, business, and community opportunities and events for the purpose of promoting the NAPO-NC chapter and the organizing profession.
Lou Anne Dunn
The Director of Membership oversees hospitality, facilitates registration of new members and Associate Memberships, new member services and social events.
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The Director of Professional Development plans, coordinates and executes the educational portion of the general meetings; oversees the chapter conference and handles the chapter meeting location.
The Corporate Associate Member Director serves as liaison between the Chapter Board and the Corporate Associate Members of the Chapter, providing a voice for Corporate Associate Members’ wants and needs as decisions are made on behalf of the chapter; encourages Corporate Associate Members’ involvement in Chapter operations as well as with Professional Organizer Members.