Election of STC Board for 2017/18

Elections 2017Make sure your voice is heard in the 2017 STC Election!

Who Can Run?

If you are elected, you must be a fully paid up member of STC.  If you wish to add your name to the ballot, send us your name, which office you want to run for, and a brief description about yourself and anything you want to add about why you want to be elected. Send an email with the information needed to joe@welinske.com.

Who Can Vote?

You are eligible to vote if you renewed your membership with STC before February 1st, 2017.

Deadlines

  • Names must be submitted by April 3rd
  • Election information will be sent to paid members on April 7th
  • All voting must be completed by April 14th
  • Newly elected officers will be announced at our April 18th chapter meeting

Positions Open

The following positions are open:

  • President
  • Vice President
  • Secretary
  • Treasurer

Job Descriptions

 Chapter President

  • Join the STC International presidents’ email list
  • Conduct STC-PSC board meetings once a month on the first Tuesday of the month
  • Attend chapter meetings on the third Tuesday of the month, providing general chapter announcements and other industry news
  • Appoint leaders for all functions in concert with the volunteer coordinator
  • Explore meeting topics with the programs manager
  • With the treasurer, maintain financial controls. This includes adding your name to the bank signature card and debit card
  • Together with the other officers (vice president, treasurer , and secretary), approve expenses and payment requests
  • Write president messages, when needed
  • Lead vision and goal setting for the chapter
  • Once a year, review, update, and communicate the chapter’s strategic marketing plan to the board
  • Take advantage of resources offered by STC International, including the presidents’ email list
  • Stay in touch with the Community Affairs Committee (CAC) Community Outreach team member for the community
  • Advise the Society of all changes in chapter leadership, address, or status. (This task may be delegated to the secretary.)

Vice President

  • Assume duties of the chapter president if that person is not available 
  • Get to know fellow chapter members, networking with them and be coming aware of resources that can support the chapter to become a positive force for its members
  • Support and promote the goals of the chapter and its members
  • Prepare to succeed the current president by:
    • Maintaining special awareness of all activities
    • Conferring frequently with the president
    • Managing special projects or key functions, as assigned
    • Assisting with goal setting
    • Monitoring finances

Secretary

  • Takes minutes at leadership team and other community meetings (or arranges for a
  • substitute)
  • Prepares and distributes copies of meeting minutes to the board members
  • Sends correspondence on behalf of the community chapter
  • Maintains community records and documents (soft and hard copy)
  • Manages organization of chapter’s Drop Box for soft copy file maintenance

Treasurer

  • Work with the other Board members to develop a yearly budget
  • Ensure that the Chapter’s budget meets Chapter goals
  • Manage all funds and financial operations for the Chapter
  • Safeguard the Chapter’s assets
  • Complete and submit financial reports to Board members and to the STC Office by established deadlines
  • Ensure that the Chapter receives its dues payments from the Society
  • Ensure that taxes for the Chapter are submitted to the IRS each year

Optional:

  • Serve as meeting registrar, printing guest list and name tags, and managing receipts