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Elected Executive Board Positions

Duties of Elected Officers:


  • Responsible for the overall management of the organization.
  • Attend the annual conference and all Executive Board meetings, as well as Elected Officer meetings called at the discretion of the President for the general administration of conducting business and activities.
  • Adhere to established NEACUHO guidelines for processes which include but are not limited to, Committee chair appointments, financial transactions, and publications guidelines.
  • Assist in the ongoing efforts of member recruitment.
  • As a professional in a volunteer organization, if personal circumstances or professional duties begin to hinder the ability to perform the duties listed, it is expected that a resignation letter be forwarded to the President; or in the case of the President, to the immediate Past-President.


 Elected Officers Position Descriptions:

The President shall:

  • Preside over all meetings of NEACUHO and be responsible for the general administration of conducting business and activities.
  • Interact with and encourage vendor relationships as well as maintain the marketability of the organization.
  • Appoint those task forces and project teams that appear to be necessary for proper functioning.
  • Solicit agenda items from the Executive Board prior to meetings.
  • Provide direct liaison contact to standing committees.
  • Maintain clear lines of communication regarding established goals, expectations, and special charges with the Executive Board.
  • Appoint a parliamentarian as necessary for the purpose of aiding with meeting decorum.
  • Appoint an historian as necessary for the purpose of providing context during board discussions.
  • Communicate with the Regional Affiliations Director for ACUHO-I.

The President-Elect shall:

  • Assume the responsibility of the President in the President’s absence.
  • Recommend one Appointed Board Member, subject to Executive Board approval, for each Committee as well as any task forces or project teams that are deemed necessary.
  • Coordinate the selection of subsequent annual conference site(s) by chairing a Time and Place Committee that includes a past Annual Conference Committee chair, the Program Committee chair, and the Corporate Relations Committee chair.
  • Meet with all new Executive Board members prior to the first Executive Board meeting to set clear expectations, goals, and special charges.
  • Provide direct liaison contact to Committees.

The immediate Past-President shall:

  • Coordinate all required election processes.
  • Chair a committee which includes two Past-Presidents and two past award winners, for the purpose of awarding and recognizing exemplary service to NEACUHO and to the profession.
  • Provide direct liaison contact to standing committees.
  • Complete and submit all required state and federal documents regarding NEACUHO’s annual operations including, but not limited to, non-profit status, insurance renewal, and conflict of interest waiver.
  • Accept delegated responsibilities the President may assign.

The Treasurer shall:

  • Be responsible for the receipt and distribution of all funds utilizing established financial guidelines.
  • Establish a bank account convenient to the Treasurer’s location for the depository of funds.
  • Chair the Finance Committee made up of the Treasurer-Elect, one other elected officer, and one appointed board member as well as three additional members. Ideally the seven person committee is representative of each of the six districts.
  • Provide a written financial report at the annual business meeting and Executive Board meetings.
  • Coordinate an external audit process annually and report results to the membership.
  • Accept delegated responsibilities the President may assign.

The Treasurer-Elect shall:

  • Assume the responsibility of the Treasurer in the Treasurer’s absence.
  • Assist the Treasurer with the receipt and distribution of all funds utilizing established financial procedures.
  • Serve as the Vice-Chair of the Finance Committee made up of the Treasurer, one other elected officer, and one appointed board member as well as three additional members. Ideally the seven person committee is representative of each of the six districts.
  • Assume the responsibility of Chair of the Finance Committee in the Treasurer’s absence.
  • Assist the Treasurer with providing a written financial report at the annual business meeting and Executive Board meetings.
  • Assist the Treasurer with coordinating an external audit process annually in accordance with Article IX, Section 2 of the Constitution and By-Laws and report results to the membership.
  • Accept delegated responsibilities the President and/or Treasurer may assign.
  • Report to the Treasurer.

The District Coordinators shall:

  • Serve as the primary liaison of the designated district for all NEACUHO business to the Executive Board.
  • Coordinate with the Membership Coordinator in the area of membership and recruitment, and as such serve as the primary membership coordinator for the district. Communication should occur at least twice 9 per semester to each member institution.
  • Coordinate with the appropriate Committee all new participant functions at the annual conference including orientation and support services.
  • Assist in determining and securing sites for future NEACUHO events as requested.
  • Accept delegated responsibilities the President may assign.
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