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appointed board positions

The Appointed Board is a leadership position on the executive board appointed by the sitting President-Elect. This executive board member does not have to be elected, but is not allowed to vote. Appointed board applications are available for all NEACUHO members and non-members to complete. If a non-member is selected, they will need to have their institution join NEACUHO by October 1, 2022. If their institution cannot join, or will not join, the party should obtain an affiliate membership. All members selected to the board are expected to maintain their institutional membership at all times.

To apply for our Executive Board, please fill out the application: 2022-2023 NEACUHO Executive Board Application


 Appointed Board Position Descriptions:

Annual Conference Chair (1):
  • Be appointed using the established process for a one-year term.
  • Serve as the appointed chair of the annual conference for 2023
  • Recruit and oversee as various subcommittee chairs including Registration and Hospitality, Dining, Programming, Special Events, etc. etc in consultation with the Vice Chair.
  • In consultation with the Vice Chair and subcommittee chairs, plan, implement, and coordinate all aspects of the 2023 Annual Conference as directed by the President.
  • Work closely with the hotel contact to ensure contractual obligations are met.
  • Partner with Corporate Relations and other committee members to ensure meaningful engagement from all parties.
  • Train the Vice Chair how to run a full conference and lead in accordance with NEACUHO guidelines and expectations.

Annual Conference Vice Chair (1 person; 2 year term):

**Note this person will serve as the Vice Chair for the 2023 annual conference and will serve as Chair for the 2024 annual conference

  • Be appointed using the established process for a two-year term.
  • Serve as a critical leader, planner, and manager to the annual conference
  • Oversees subcommittee chairs in consultation with the Chair.
  • Maintain the budgetary operations and expenditures in concert with the Treasurer.
  • Perform all necessary site visits for both the 2023 and 2024 conference site.

Assessment Coordinator (1):

  • Be appointed using the established process for a two-year term.
  • Coordinate assessments and maintain data for all conferences and events.
  • Prepare overview of each conference and event for review at the next Executive Board Meeting.
  • Attend the annual conference and all Executive Board meetings.
  • Report to the President.
  • Accept delegated responsibilities the President may assign.

Corporate Relations Chairs (2):

  • Be appointed using the established process for a one-year term.
  • Recruitment of corporate affiliates, corporate sponsors and exhibitors.
  • Support of the day drive-in conferences in soliciting exhibitors, as appropriate, and sponsorship for the conferences.
  • Support the Annual Conference Committee in soliciting exhibitors and sponsorships for the Exhibitor Fair at the Conference
  • Serve as primary point of contact to partners.
  • Co-Chair the Corporate Relations Committee.

Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Chairs (2):

  • Two chairs will be appointed using the established process for a one-year term.
  • Chairs will work in collaboration with Events, Professional Development, and Communications & Marketing to execute all drive in events. Specifically supporting program sessions and recruitment of presenters.
  • Coordination of the EDI Retreat.
  • Ensure program interest sessions on diversity, social justice, and inclusion take place throughout the year, including at the annual conference.
  • Ensure articles on diversity, social justice, and inclusion appear in each issue of the NEACUHO Navigator.
  • Chair the Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Committee.

Sense of Belonging Task Force Chair (1):

  • Reporting to the Past-President, this position is carried over from the 22-23 board. 
  • Conduct a review of NEACUHO, which includes the following reviewing and updating our constitution, mission, values, and goals.
  • Conduct membership and non-member interviews in an effort to collect data on membership experience.
  • The focus of membership interviews should be on sense of belonging, inclusion, and environment.
  • Providing inclusive and safe environment is a priority. Part of this review will focus on membership inclusion, which is important across all identities, however, these chairs will have a specific focus on the experiences of our BIPOC members/non-members.
  • Collect all data and provide a written report at the conclusion of the assessment. This report will include recommendations for the board.

Communications and Marketing Chair (1):

  • Be appointed using the established process for a one-year term.
  • The purpose of this committee is to provide management of membership communications related to membership renewal, event registrations, and other generalized information in coordination with the President.
  • Chair will also work to establish marketing strategies for the organization, all events, and information from the organization.
  • The Chair will work in collaboration with Events, EDI, and Professional Development to execute all drive in events. Specifically supporting event emails and advertising for all events including the Annual Conference. 

Membership Coordinator (1, 2 year term):

  • Be appointed using the established process for a two-year term.
  • Serve as point person for all membership issues which include managing the membership database, keeping appropriate statistics, and maintaining a master list of all eligible institutions in the region.
  • Coordinate membership recruitment activities in collaboration with the District Coordinators.
  • Publish and distribute the membership directory consistent with publication guidelines and formats.Attend the annual conference and all Executive Board meetings.
  • Report to the President.
  • Accept delegated responsibilities the President may assign.
  • Focus on management of our internal processes and increase institutional engagement

Professional Development & Events Chairs (2):

  • Two chairs will be appointed using the established process for a one-year term.
  • Chairs will work to put on noted conferences (drive-in, in person and virtual forums).
  • Oversee online module position and their virtual engagement opportunities. 
  • Maintain an accurate calendar of the programs, services, etc. of the organizations and implement successful opportunities
  • Liaise with annual conference committee and corporate relations

Online Modules Chair (1):

  • Execute 3 online modules during the tenure in concert wit the Professional Development and Events Chairs. 
  • Work with the webmaster to ensure online modules are accessible and in conjunction with branding expectations. 
  • Provide feedback on the modules at the annual conference business meeting. 

Secretary (1):

  • Be appointed using the established process for a one-year term.
  • Record and distribute the minutes of all meetings for Executive Board approval within 30 days after the meeting, and subsequently communicate approved minutes to the overall membership.
  • Record official business occurring via electronic means, conference call or the like, in minutes to be voted on for approval at the next meeting of the Executive Board.
  • Maintain and pass on all NEACUHO correspondence and documents. d. Retain and organize historical archives to maintain organizational continuity.
  • Report to the President.
  • Accept delegated responsibilities the President may assign.

Media and Publications Chair (1):

  • Be appointed using the established process for a one-year term.
  • Publish the NEACUHO Navigator a minimum of four times during the year.
  • Solicit articles on current events from the membership.
  • Work with the Executive Board to provide updates for the membership in each issue.
  • Identify new ways to connect with the membership on current events.
  • Chair the Media and Publications Committee.

Parliamentarian/Historian (1):

  • Be appointed using the established process for a one-year term.
  • This position is appointed by the President as necessary for the purpose of aiding with meeting decorum.
  • This person should be familiar with Robert's Rules of Order and able to cite them during Executive Board meetings/Business Meeting to maintain order and productivity.
  • Historian components exist as necessary for the purpose of providing context during Executive Board discussions.
  • This person should have significant experience with the organization.

New Professional Engagement Chair (1):

  • Oversee the implementation of new professional engagement opportunities, including RD2B and member experiences
  • Maintain monthly check-ins with new professionals and encourage engagement in the region
  • Work with District Coordinators, Membership Coordinator, and Annual Conference Chair on increased new professional engagement
  • Coordinate annual case study competition and experts in residence at Annual Conference
  • Develop a comprehensive new professional engagement strategy within year of appointment.


Technology & Webmaster Chair (1, 2 year term):

  • Be appointed using the established process for a two-year term.
  • Maintain and update the organization’s website.
  • Create and publish all conference and event registration forms.
  • Assist the Membership Coordinator with registrations and renewals.
  • Assist the Annual Conference Committee with Guidebook.
  • Recruit committee members to assist with the management of events and maintenance of the website.
  • Manage all NEACUHO passwords and maintain domain names; ensuring that all payments are received for our website and domain names.
  • Provide training to board members who are expected to maintain specific webpages.
  • Attend the annual conference and all Executive Board meetings.
  • Report to the President.
  • Accept delegated responsibilities the President may assign. 
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