Position Description and Qualifications

CUE is a dynamic organization committed to being recognized as a leader in educational innovation, dedicated to excellence in student and professional development, education, research, and standards. CUE's commitment, creativity, and strategic partnerships are consistently demonstrated through outstanding conferences, programs, and services.

As such, the leaders of the organization are expected to be knowledgeable about current issues in educational technology, curriculum, and professional development, as well as to be forward-thinking team members.

All corporate powers of the Association shall be exercised by or under the authority of the Board of Directors, and the affairs of the Association shall be managed under the direction of the Board of Directors. General duties of the Board of Directors include the development of the strategic plan, serving as the sole shareholder of the CUE Corporation, and exercising the fiduciary and legal duties in fiscal oversight of the CUE budget, as well as evaluative oversight of the Chief Executive Officer, consistent with the CEO’s employment agreement. All members of the Board of Directors will have the following duties and functions but are not limited to them:

Minimum Qualifications

A candidate for the Board of Directors of CUE, Inc. shall:

Preferred Qualifications

Preferred Qualifications to stand for office as a Director:

INDIVIDUAL BOARD MEMBER RESPONSIBILITIES

- BOARD SELECTION AND ORIENTATION

- FINANCE

- LEADERSHIP AND PLANNING

BOARD SHARED RESPONSIBILITIES

- STAFF OVERSIGHT

- BOARD SELECTION AND ORIENTATION

- FINANCE

- LEADERSHIP AND PLANNING

Board members serving in Officer or At-Large positions may be assigned additional duties, including representing the Board of Directors in a specific role, during each year of the three-year term.

To accomplish the duties and functions of its Board of Directors, appropriate funding within the CUE annual operating budget will be available.