The following descriptions for are not intended to be a finite list of the responsibilities of each Board position. These descriptions are intended to provide an overview of the type of actions, thinking, strategic and tactical execution, and overall leadership that is valued within each role. Because our organization continues to grow the position descriptions will evolve as well. Each Board Member is expected to partner, collaborate, communicate, engage and drive the execution of activities/efforts that benefit the Chapter and it's members.
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The President shall be the principal executive officer of the Chapter and shall in general supervise and have charge of all of the affairs of the Chapter. The President shall be responsible for implementing the strategic plans and policies of the Chapter. The President shall, subject to the authority of the Board, have general supervision over the affairs of the corporation and presides over Board meetings.
The president is the head of the board of directors and presides over every meeting of the board. The President serves a 3-year team, (2 years in role and 1 year as Past-President). The Past-President is retained as a position on the board and are responsible for advising the president and on occasion presiding over meetings when the neither the President nor Vice President are available. The role of the Past-President is to support a smooth transition between administrations. The president oversees the operations of the Chapter and plays a key role in ensuring high performance, engagement, growth and sustainability of the organization.
VICE PRESIDENT (OFFICER)
The vice president plans, develops and enforces policies and objectives for the organization to ensure it maintains its values and meets established goals. This role is key to guiding and leading the daily operation of the organization and services to support and and drive efforts to operationalize core processes and investments that enhance the Chapter.
The Secretary contributes to achieving ACMP Atlanta’s mission. This role is vital to ensuring that the Board is well informed, general operations and activities are well documented for the use of Board members, the Governance Committee and relevant government or advisory bodies. The Secretary serves on the Executive Committee to work both individually and collectively in governing the ACMP Atlanta Chapter. The board member acts on the board’s behalf in accordance only with board motions and policy guidelines. The secretary provides planning and implementation services to the Board.
The Treasurer shall have general financial oversight of the Chapter. The Treasurer establishes and maintains relationships with tax accountants, legal partners, audit organizations as needed to ensure the fiscal accountability, responsibility and sustainability of the Chapter. The following outline provide an overview of the responsibility of the Treasurer:
Committees can be formed by a group of Members, not less than three (3), with a common cause that promotes the overall objectives of the Chapter and ACMP Global, and also approved by the Board of Directors by majority vote.
EVENTS & PROGRAMMING (DIRECTOR) CHAIR
Events and programming contribute to a large portion of ACMP’s mission. Quarterly meetings and monthly meet ups help provide a forum for professionals to learn, network, and further develop skills in change management. The goal of this committee is to plan and execute events that are desirable and facilitate professional development for our members and interested parties. The following outline provides an overview of the responsibilities of this Chair/committee:
LEARNING & DEVELOPMENT (DIRECTOR) CHAIR
Learning & Development contributes to the strategic direction and skill building commitments of the ACMP mission. This committee leads the development, evaluation, and delivery of professional development training and resources for our members. The Committee’s current focus is professional development in three main strategic areas: (1) Change Management Certifications & Training (2) Mentorship & Career Development
The objective of this committee is to provide members meaningful, timely, and engaging opportunities to expand their research development knowledge and add valuable skills to both their professional and personal toolboxes.
MARKETING & COMMUNICATIONS (DIRECTOR) CHAIR
Marketing & Communications contribute to the strategic direction and public presence of ACMP's mission. Annual, Quarterly, Monthly events and communications help to solidify the ACMP Atlanta brand. The goal of this committee is to document, publicize and tell the ACMP Atlanta story in a way the engages, motivates, and attracts Chapter members. This committee contributes to the strategic direction and growth of the organization
The following outline provides an overview of the responsibilities of this Chair and committee.
PARTNERSHIPS & SPONSORSHIP ( DIRECTOR) CHAIR
This committee is a dynamic team which is responsible for maintaining the relationship with our current sponsors and developing new sponsors. This committee, in partnership with other chairs secure financial and in-kind partnerships that enhance the Chapter. The committee shapes the sponsorship structure and creates opportunities to promote the ACMP value proposition within our community.