Serving as an AZTEA Board member will provide numerous opportunities to develop your leadership skills. The Board of Directors has up to 12 elected members and an executive committee made up of President, President-Elect, Past President, Secretary, ISTE Representative and Treasurer. Terms are for three years.
Board Member responsibilities include attendance at quarterly in-person meetings, as well as teleconference meetings and active electronic conversations as part of AZTEA committees. AZTEA reserves the right to call additional meetings as needed. Board members also hold a fiduciary responsibility for management of organizational capital and ensuring appropriate filings with federal, state, and local authorities consistent with the AZTEA’s status as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. AZTEA’s attendance policy allows for removal if three meetings are missed without notice.
Declaration of Candidacy
Board positions require a time and energy commitment that should not be underestimated. Candidates are urged to consider personal priorities for the next three year as well as the ways to contribute to the development of the organization.
Resources available to prospective members:
The organization’s website is: www.aztea.org.
Current members of the Board of Directors are listed at: http://aztea.org/about/board-staff/.
Email the Executive Director (email@example.com) or President (firstname.lastname@example.org) with questions.
Complete the form below and send your resume to Cathy Poplin, email@example.com, by May 22, 2017 at 12 pm AZ time . Please put AZTEA BOARD APPLICATION in the subject line. The information from form below will be distributed to those selecting members and will aid in understanding how you would like to contribute to the AZTEA’s work.
Time and Financial Considerations
Board Meetings are held quarterly and require face to face attendance.
Committee Work (generally by email or online) on one of AzTEA committees: Communication, Finance and Board Development, Professional Development/Conferences, Public Policy and Advocacy, and Membership
Donations: As with any Board, members will be solicited for a cash or in-kind donation; 100% participation is sought; the amount is optional.