Below are the job descriptions for each board position.

Qualifications:

  • Member in good standing with previous service as President Elect
  • Knowledgeable of the activities/affairs of the chapter
  • Willing to give the time, energy, talents and enthusiasm required of the position
  • Good organizational skills

Specific Responsibilities:

  • Directly responsible for communicating with and supervising the chapter officers and directors to ensure that all assignments are completed according to the strategic plan, the chapter is financially sound, and membership is advised of all progress.
  • Serve as chair of all meetings of both the Executive Committee and Board of Directors, serve as a member of the Budget and Finance Committee
  • Ensure development and facilitation of a long term strategic plan
  • Appoint all members of standing and special committees and relieve any inactive committee members with approval of the Board
  • Communicate with chapter officers and directors to ensure that all assignments are completed according to the chapter’s strategic plan and goals, and that the membership is advised of all progress
  • Ensure Chapter adherence to Chapter Bylaws, Policies and Procedures
  • Support and defend policies and programs adopted by the Board of Directors
  • Prepare consent agenda for each board meeting and distribute prior to meeting
  • Prepare agenda and preside at chapter annual business meeting
  • Serve as an ex-officio member on all committees except the Nominating Committee
  • Vote on issues brought before the Board of Directors only in the event of a tie
  • Act as official spokesperson of the chapter
  • Conduct annual Board Orientation and mid-year Board Retreat
  • Responsible for the following budget line items: (list)
  • Prepare the Annual Report reviewing chapter activities and finances within 90 days of the end of the fiscal year and present to membership and MPI headquarters
  • Act as support/mentor to President Elect
  • Conduct transition meeting with successor
  • Submit budget needs for the following fiscal year
  • (In the event of a Chapter Administrator) Oversee performance of Chapter Administrator/Executive Director, including monthly meetings and a yearly performance review.
  • Serve as liaison between the chapter and MPI Headquarters
  • Ensure Chapter compliance with MPI Headquarters
  • Serve as a member of the Council of Chapter Presidents or appoint a designee
  • Performs any other duties as assigned by the Board of Directors

Time Commitment:

  • Regular attendance at monthly meetings, Board meetings and Executive Committee meetings
  • Attendance at Annual Board Retreat and Mid-Year Board Retreat.
  • Participate on MPI Training Webinars
  • Attendance at official chapter activities and functions
  • Attendance at Chapter Leadership Forum held in conjunction with WEC
  • Attendance at Chapter Business Summit
  • Attendance at SEC
  • All other related activities

Term: One year or as determined by the Board of Directors and Chapter Bylaws

Qualifications:

  • Member in good standing with previous service in a Board position
  • Knowledgeable of the activities/affairs of the chapter
  • Willing to give the time, energy, talents and enthusiasm required of the position

Specific Responsibilities:

  • Serve as direct support to the Chapter President
  • In the absence of the President, perform the duties of the President
  • Keep knowledgeable about chapter activities in order to take over for or represent the President
  • Serve as voting member of Board of Directors and Executive Committee
  • Meet with Board members one-on-one to discuss succession
  • Serve on the Nominating Committee to develop a slate of qualified board members for the following year
  • Ensure the chapter adheres to minimum chapter standards as prescribed by MPI
  • Act as coach, advisor and counselor to board members and committees
  • Attend monthly board meetings, chapter events and committee meetings
  • Support and defend policies and programs adopted by the Board of Directors
  • Work with Leadership Development to conduct both transition meeting and training session for incoming board members (Emerging Leaders)
  • Submit agenda items for Board of Directors meetings in advance of meetings
  • Participate with President in Chapter Business Administrators Annual Review
  • Work with President and Immediate Past President on transition plan
  • Establish and facilitate an orientation program for the incoming Board of Directors
  • Plan and execute Annual Board Retreat
  • Responsible for the related budget line items
  • Participate with President in Administrators Annual Review
  • Perform other duties that may be delegated by the President and/or the Board of Directors

Reports to: President

Time Commitment:

  • Regular attendance at monthly meetings, Board meetings and Executive Committee meetings
  • Attendance at Annual Board Retreat and Mid-Year Board Retreat.
  • Participate on MPI Training Webinars
  • Attendance at official chapter activities and functions
  • Attendance at Chapter Leadership Forum held in conjunction with WEC
  • Attendance at Chapter Business Summit
  • Attendance at SEC
  • All other related activities

Term: One year or as determined by the Board of Directors and Chapter Bylaws

Eligibility:

  • Member in good standing
  • Completion of previous year’s term as President

Specific Responsibilities:

  • Serve as voting member of Board of Directors and Executive Committee
  • Chair the Nominating Committee, ensuring compliance with bylaws and policy, providing an open nominations & elections process, and ensuring compliance with MPI elections calendar requirements.
  • Support and defend policies and programs adopted by the Board of Directors
  • Act as support/mentor to President
  • Act as coach, advisor and counselor to board members and committees
  • Attend monthly board meetings, chapter events and committee meetings
  • Submit agenda items for Board of Directors meetings in advance of meetings
  • Responsible for the following budget line items: (list)
  • Responsible for ensuring the fiscal responsibility of the committee(s) to which position is assigned
  • Assemble materials necessary for COTY application and ensure timely entry of complete application form and support materials
  • Chair Chapter’s Past Presidents Council to provide for continued involvement of past presidents to support the strategic plan of the chapter
  • If the chapter has opted not to utilize the VP – Administration position, the responsibilities of that position may be transferred to the Immediate Past President.
  • Conduct transition meeting with successor
  • Perform other duties that may be delegated by the President and/or Board of Directors

Reports to: President

Time Commitment:

  • Regular attendance at monthly meetings and Board meetings
  • Attendance at Annual Board Retreat and Mid-Year Board Retreat
  • Attendance at all official chapter activities and functions
  • Attendance at Past Leaders Council meetings
  • Committee activities

Term: One year or as determined by the Board of Directors and Chapter Bylaws

Eligibility:

  • Member in good standing
  • Willing to give the time, energy, talents and enthusiasm required of the position

Overall Responsibilities:

  • Serve as voting member of Board of Directors and Executive Committee
  • Attend monthly board meetings, chapter events and committee meetings
  • Act as coach, advisor and counselor to assigned committees
  • Submit agenda items for Board of Directors meetings in advance of meetings
  • Report on the strategies, successes and challenges of assigned committees to Board of Directors
  • Responsible for the related budget line items
  • Ensure the fiscal responsibility of the committee(s) to which position is assigned.
  • Support and defend policies and programs adopted by the Board of Directors
  • Conduct transition meeting with successor
  • Perform other duties that may be delegated by the President and/or Board of Directors

Specific Responsibilities:

  • Manage the publications, marketing, advertising, public relations, community outreach, and advocacy efforts of the chapter, including
  • Marketing/Rebranding – Website/technology
  • Website Content
  • Publications Florida Connects Magazine, Membership Directory
  • Public Relations – Media Relations, Press Releases
  • Monthly Newsletter
  • Monthly Meeting Program
  • Meeting Survey E-mails
  • Social Media Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter
  • Communicate strategic issues relating to communications/technology to Board of Directors
  • Research current communications/technology trends and topics pertinent to the meetings industry and report findings to Board of Directors
  • Approve all bills of the committees within the Communications category and forward appropriate paperwork to the VP of Finance

Reports to: President

Time Commitment:

  • Regular attendance at monthly meetings and Board meetings
  • Attendance at Annual Board Retreat and Mid-Year Board Retreat
  • Attendance at official chapter activities and functions
  • Potential attendance at Chapter Leadership Conference, as directed by President
  • Committee activities

Term: One year or as determined by the Board of Directors and Chapter Bylaws

Eligibility:

  • Member in good standing
  • Willing to give the time, energy, talents and enthusiasm required of the position

General Responsibilities:

  • Serve as voting member of Board of Directors and Executive Committee
  • Attend monthly board meetings, chapter events and committee meetings
  • Act as coach, advisor and counselor to assigned committees
  • Submit agenda items for Board of Directors meetings in advance of meetings
  • Report on the strategies, successes and challenges of assigned committees to Board of Directors
  • Responsible for the related budget line items
  • Ensure the fiscal responsibility of the committee(s) to which position is assigned.
  • Support and defend policies and programs adopted by the Board of Directors
  • Conduct transition meeting with successor
  • Perform other duties that may be delegated by the President and/or Board of Directors

Specific Responsibilities:

  • Manage and supervise chapter educational efforts, including
  • Monthly Programs – Logistics
  • Professional Development – Educational Content & Speaker Sourcing, Chapter/Regional Education Conference, Leadership Institutes, CMP/CMM
  • Develop annual education plan in accordance with chapter strategies and MPI standards
  • Manage the CMP Initiatives for the Chapter
  • Communicate strategic issues relating to professional development to Board of Directors
  • Research current education trends and topics pertinent to the meetings industry and report findings to Board of Directors
  • Approve all bills of the committees within the Education category and forward appropriate paperwork to the VP of Finance

Reports to: President

Time Commitment:

  • Regular attendance at monthly meetings and Board meetings
  • Attendance at Annual Board Retreat and Mid-Year Board Retreat
  • Attendance at official chapter activities and functions
  • Potential attendance at Chapter Leadership Conference, as directed by President
  • Committee activities

Term: Two years or as determined by the Board of Directors and Chapter Bylaws

Eligibility:

  • Member in good standing
  • Willing to give the time, energy, talents and enthusiasm required of the position

General Responsibilities:

  • Serve as voting member of Board of Directors and Executive Committee
  • Attend monthly board meetings, chapter events and committee meetings
  • Report on the strategies, successes and challenges of assigned committees to Board
  • Act as coach, advisor and counselor to assigned committees
  • Support and defend policies and programs adopted by the Board of Directors
  • Submit agenda items for Board of Directors meetings in advance of meetings
  • Responsible for ensuring the fiscal responsibility of the chapter
  • Conduct transition meeting with successor
  • Perform other duties that may be delegated by the President and/or Board

 

Specific Responsibilities:

  • Manage and supervise chapter financial efforts
  • Review and approve all expense reimbursement requests to ensure that they are within budget and coded properly
  • Conduct monthly budget review with each area VP

Work with the Chapter Administrator to:

  • Conduct monthly reviews with the CA to review the P&L and make updates/notes as appropriate
  • Ensure safekeeping and monitor Investments & Reserves – CDs, mutual funds, prudent reserve in approved banks and other institutions
  • Maintain proper accounting procedure for the receipt and handling of funds, maintenance of financial records, and paying all authorized invoices
  • Prepare annual operating budget and ensure compliance once approved by the Board
  • Ensure chapter is incorporated according to chapter minimum bylaws
  • Comply with all governmental tax regulations and file chapter tax reports as required
  • Present up-to-date financial statements at each Board of Directors meeting and each Chapter Retreat
  • Research current funding, partnership and investment trends and topics pertinent to the chapter and report findings to Board of Directors
  • Ensure chapter budget is always correct and up-to-date

Reports to: President

Time Commitment:

  • Regular attendance at monthly meetings, Board meetings and Executive Committee meetings
  • Attendance at Annual Board Retreat and Mid-Year Board Retreat
  • Potential attendance at Chapter Leadership Conference, as directed by President
  • Attendance at official chapter activities and functions
  • Maintenance of chapter financial records
  • Committee activities

Term: One year or as determined by the Board of Directors and Chapter Bylaws

Eligibility:

  • Member in good standing
  • Willing to give the time, energy, talents and enthusiasm required of the position

General Responsibilities:

  • Serve as voting member of Board of Directors and Executive Committee
  • Attend monthly board meetings, chapter events and committee meetings
  • Act as coach, advisor and counselor to assigned committees
  • Submit agenda items for Board of Directors meetings in advance of meetings
  • Report on the strategies, successes and challenges of assigned committees to Board of Directors
  • Responsible for the related budget line items
  • Responsible for ensuring the fiscal responsibility of the committee(s) to which position is assigned.
  • Support and defend policies and programs adopted by the Board of Directors
  • Conduct transition meeting with successor
  • Perform other duties that may be delegated by the President and/or Board of Directors

Specific Responsibilities:

  • Provide direction and leadership for the chapter’s program to maintain and increase MPI membership
  • Work with staff to maintain a current roster of chapter members
  • Manage and supervise chapter membership efforts, including
  • Recruitment member recruitment, new member orientation
  • Member Care member retention, hospitality
  • Monthly Programs registration
  • Awards & Scholarships recognition programs, scholarships
  • Work with Director of Leadership Dev. on appropriate Volunteer Appreciation gifts or event
  • Manage CRM Software for chapter membership involvement, communications and current updates
  • Perform an annual chapter needs assessment survey in January
  • Communicate strategic issues relating to membership to Board of Directors
  • Research current membership trends and topics pertinent to the meetings industry and report findings to Board of Directors
  • Approve all bills of the committees within the Membership category and forward appropriate paperwork to the VP of Finance

Reports to: President

Time Commitment:

  • Regular attendance at monthly meetings and Board meetings
  • Attendance at Annual Board and Mid-Year Board Retreat
  • Attendance at official chapter activities and functions
  • Potential attendance at Chapter Leadership Conference, as directed by President
  • Committee activities

Term: Two years or as determined by the Board of Directors and Chapter Bylaws

Eligibility:

  • Member in good standing
  • Willing to give the time, energy, talents and enthusiasm required of the position

Specific Responsibilities:

  • Serve as voting member of Board of Directors and Executive Committee
  • Attend monthly board meetings, chapter events and committee meetings
  • Act as coach, advisor and counselor to assigned committees
  • Support and defend policies and programs adopted by the Board of Directors
  • Responsible for the proper and legal mailing of notices to members, proper recording of proceedings of the chapter, maintaining a permanent record of all chapter minutes and documents, and carrying into execution all orders, votes and resolutions not otherwise committed
  • Submit agenda items for Board of Directors meetings in advance of meetings
  • Maintain and update Business Plan present to Board prior to each monthly meeting
  • Take minutes of all Board meetings
  • Prepare Board meeting highlights for newsletter after each board meeting
  • Ensure proper distribution of monthly board minutes to all board members and MPI Chapter Liaison
  • Take minutes of Executive Committee meetings and Annual business meeting and distribute as appropriate
  • Act as chapter parliamentarian, promptly upholding Roberts Rules of Order and enforcing the presence of a quorum to properly conduct business
  • Act as guardian of the chapter’s bylaws, policies and procedures to ensure they are updated as necessary and in compliance with MPI bylaw standards
  • Develop and facilitate a mechanism for the historical record of all chapter activities and board minutes
  • Responsible for related budget line items
  • Responsible for ensuring the fiscal responsibility of the committee(s) to which position is assigned
  • Conduct transition meeting with successor
  • Perform other duties that may be delegated by the President and/or Board of Directors

Reports to: President

Time Commitment:

  • Regular attendance at monthly meetings, Board meetings and Executive Committee meetings
  • Attendance at Annual Board Retreat and Mid-Year Board Retreat
  • Attendance at official chapter activities and functions
  • Potential attendance at Chapter Leadership Conference, as directed by President

Summary of Position:

The Director of Chapter Collaboration is responsible for protecting the Chapter’s financial and membership stake in the MPISEC, and any other conferences or offerings hosted by the Joint Venture. They serve as one of the two Chapter Representatives on TONS which currently oversees the MPISEC Conference. This is an elected position, and is included on the Board slate sent out to the membership for a vote following the guidelines and procedures set in place by the Chapter.

Eligibility:

  • Chapter Member in good standing
  • Recommended to have previous service on an MPISEC Committee and/or TONS
  • Willing to give time, energy, talents and enthusiasm required of the position
  • Good organizational and committee management skills
  • Member must sign a MPISEC Conflict of Interest covenant to serve.
  • The representative may not be actively engaged in an organization (company, association, agency or other organization) that operates educational workshops, conferences, tradeshows, hosted buyer shows or other products that compete with the offerings of the MPISEC, directly or indirectly, may sit on TONS.

Reporting:

  • This position reports to the Chair of TONS and the individuals Chapter

General Responsibilities:

  • Serve as a voting member of the Chapters Board of Directors
  • Attend Monthly Board Meetings, Chapter Events and Committee Meetings
  • Submit agenda items and reports for monthly Board Meetings as set by Chapter
  • Perform assigned duties as determined by the TONS committee
  • Ensure the fiscal responsibility of TONS, the MPISEC and the Joint Venture
  • Serve as primary point of contact with Chapter Administrator and Chapters Communications team about all conference details
  • Spearhead all communications to promote sponsorship and advertising opportunities in the MPISEC and all Joint Venture opportunities to the members
  • Spearhead all communications to promote the MPISEC conference and all Joint Venture opportunities to all members
  • Support and defend policies and programs adopted by the Chapter Board of Directors and TONS
  • Mentor appointed TONS representative for succession
  • Conduct transition meeting with successor
  • Adhere to the guidelines found in MPIs Principals of Professionalism
  • Perform other duties that may be delegated by the President and/or Board of Directors
  • Ensure that a MPISEC Auction Chair from the Chapter is selected

TONS Specific Responsibilities:

  • Attend all face-to-face and conference call meetings of TONS (currently two face-to-face meetings and 6 conference calls) If unable to attend, arrange for designated alternate to attend and notify TONS chair of the substitution
  • Represent your Chapter and make decisions for the Chapter based on the common good of the Joint Venture and the MPISEC conference
  • Perform all TONS assigned responsibilities

Time Commitment:

  • Attend the minimum number of required Chapter Board meetings, either in person or via conference call, per year
  • Attend the minimum number of required official Chapter activities and functions, per year
  • Attendance at the Board Transition
  • Attendance at 2 Board Retreats approximately 2.5 days each
  • Attendance at 2 TONS face-to-face meetings and 6 conference calls
  • TONS Committee activities (approximately 4 hr/mo)

Term: Two years or as determined by the Board of Directors and Chapter Bylaws

Eligibility:

  • Member in good standing
  • Willing to give the time, energy, talents and enthusiasm required of the position

General Responsibilities:

  • Serve as voting member of Board of Directors
  • Attend monthly board meetings, chapter events and committee meetings
  • Act as coach, advisor and counselor to assigned committees
  • Submit agenda items for Board of Directors meetings in advance of meetings
  • Report on the strategies, successes and challenges of assigned committee to Board
  • Support and defend policies and programs adopted by the Board of Directors
  • Conduct transition meeting with successor
  • Perform other duties that may be delegated by the President and/or Board of Directors

Specific Responsibilities:

  • Develop and implement a mentoring program to encourage participation in chapter leadership
  • Develop and implement a mentoring program for members and students during the first six months of their membership, as the first step in mentoring to put new members on the Leadership Development track
  • Ensure promotion of leadership development efforts
  • Responsible for developing a committee of at least 2-3 members to oversee volunteer inquiries and follow up after a volunteer has been placed.
  • Responsible for related budget line items
  • Responsible for ensuring the fiscal responsibility of the committee(s) to which position is assigned.
  • Prepare a final report of activities for the year and make recommendations for next year
  • Oversee Scholarship Program
  • Oversee Ambassador Program
  • Maintain volunteer database
  • Encourage member involvement in committees
  • Work with committees to expand volunteer long-term involvement with chapter
  • Work with VP of Membership on New member Orientation and Member Care

Reports to: President-Elect

Time Commitment:

  • Regular attendance at monthly meetings and Board meetings
  • Attendance at Annual Board Retreat and Mid-Year Board Retreat
  • Attendance at official chapter activities and functions
  • Potential attendance at Chapter Leadership Conference, as directed by President
  • Committee activities

Term: Two years or as determined by the Board of Directors and Chapter Bylaws

Eligibility:

  • Member in good standing
  • Willing to give the time, energy, talents and enthusiasm required of the position

General Responsibilities:

  • Serve as voting member of Board of Directors
  • Attend monthly board meetings via conference call, and chapter events and committee meetings when available
  • Act as coach, advisor and counselor to assigned committees
  • Submit agenda items for Board of Directors meetings in advance of meetings
  • Report on the strategies, successes and challenges of assigned committees to Board of Directors
  • Responsible for the related budget line items
  • Ensure the fiscal responsibility of the committee(s) to which position is assigned
  • Support and defend policies and programs adopted by the Board of Directors
  • Conduct transition meeting with successor
  • Perform other duties that may be delegated by the President and/or Board of Directors

Specific Responsibilities:

  • Assist in actively integrating Northwest Florida MPI members into the North Florida MPI chapter Activities, Education, and Leadership.
  • Assist in helping NFMPI to deliver local programs to Northwest Florida members to include Industry Education, MPI tools, Networking, Resources, and will have representation on the North Florida MPI Board of Directors.
  • Identify and engage a core group of leaders in Northwest Florida to collaborate and co-create a sustainable education and networking program in these areas for members and stakeholders.
  • Manage and support Northwest Florida MPI members to include educational and networking programs, financial support, leadership and collateral support.
  • Assist in increasing membership in Northwest Florida with new members in their term.
  • Assist in retaining all existing NFMPI members in Northwest Florida in their term.
  • Collaborate with other industry organizations in the region (FSAE, TSAE, SGMP, etc.) and be sensitive to established industry events, tradeshows, thus highlighting the presence of MPI.
  • Guide a vision to position Northwest Florida for a competitive opportunity to host the SEC in 2013.
  • Assist and pursue recruiting efforts in Pensacola, Florida and other outlying NW geographical areas in the North FL territory.

Reports to: VP of Membership

Time Commitment:

  • Regular attendance at monthly meetings and Board meetings
  • Attendance at Annual Board Retreat and Mid-Year Board Retreat
  • Attendance at all official chapter activities and functions
  • Potential attendance at Chapter Leadership Conference, as directed by President
  • Committee activities

Term: Two years or as determined by the Board of Directors and Chapter Bylaws

Eligibility:

  • Member in good standing
  • Willing to give the time, energy, talents and enthusiasm required of the position

General Responsibilities:

  • Serve as voting member of Board of Directors
  • Attend monthly board meetings, chapter events and committee meetings
  • Act as coach, advisor and counselor to assigned committees
  • Submit agenda items for Board of Directors meetings in advance of meetings
  • Report on the strategies, successes and challenges of assigned committees to Board of Directors
  • Responsible for related budget line items
  • Responsible for ensuring the fiscal responsibility of the committee(s) to which position is assigned.
  • Support and defend policies and programs adopted by the Board of Directors
  • Conduct transition meeting with successor
  • Perform other duties that may be delegated by the President and/or Board of Directors

Specific Responsibilities:

  • Develop, implement and manage chapter fundraising efforts and events including (but not limited to):
  • MPI After 5
  • Two Fundraising Events
  • Awards Gala
  • Holiday Party/Silent Auction
  • Any other special event that is deemed a fundraising event
  • Develop strategies to increase revenue and in-kind support for the chapter
  • Monitor association/meetings industry trends to discover best practices in resource development
  • Ensure promotion of fundraising efforts

Reports to: VP of Finance

Time Commitment:

  • Regular attendance at monthly meetings and Board meetings
  • Attendance at Annual Board Retreat and Mid-Year Board Retreat
  • Attendance at all official chapter activities and functions
  • Potential attendance at Chapter Leadership Conference, as directed by President
  • Committee activities

Term: Two years or as determined by the Board of Directors and Chapter Bylaws

Eligibility:

  • Member in good standing
  • Willing to give the time, energy, talents and enthusiasm required of the position

General Responsibilities:

  • Serve as voting member of Board of Directors and Executive Committee
  • Attend monthly board meetings, chapter events and committee meetings
  • Act as coach, advisor and counselor to assigned committees
  • Submit agenda items for Board of Directors meetings in advance of meetings
  • Report on the strategies, successes and challenges of assigned committees to Board of Directors
  • Identify, recruit and train Committee Chair for assigned committees
  • Responsible for the related budget line items
  • Ensure the fiscal responsibility of the committee(s) to which position is assigned
  • Support and defend policies and programs adopted by the Board of Directors
  • Conduct transition meeting with successor
  • Perform other duties that may be delegated by the President and/or Board of Directors

Specific Responsibilities:

  • Develop and implement opportunities for member companies to experience extended levels of exposure; encourage partnerships with private member companies
  • Oversee/manage venue site selection and contract negotiation for chapter activities including:

Monthly Luncheons and Board Meetings
Education Day
Awards Gala and Holiday Party
Board Retreats

  • Secure raffle items for monthly meetings
  • Develop liaison role with VP of Education, Director of Special Events & Fundraising
  • Develop outreach program to partner with locations throughout the country to encourage them to exhibit and extend their level of exposure in North Florida
  • Develop, implement and manage chapters RFP process
  • Develop system to track value of all in-kind donations
  • Approve all bills of the committees within the Strategic Alliances category and forward appropriate paperwork to the VP of Finance

Reports to: VP of Finance

Time Commitment:

  • Regular attendance at monthly meetings and Board meetings
  • Attendance at Annual Board Retreat and Mid-Year Board Retreat
  • Attendance at official chapter activities and functions
  • Potential attendance at Chapter Leadership Conference, as directed by President
  • Committee activities