2022 AFP-GLAC Board of Directors Nomination Form
Returning board members need only fill out section 1. New board candidates fill out sections 1 and 2 and submit your resume/CV to the association office:
. You can either self-nominate or fill out the form on behalf of someone else.
Deadline to submit nomination is August 16, 2021.
Nominee First Name
Nominee Last Name
Is the nominee a current AFP-GLAC board member seeking to stay on the board?
Which positions is the nominee interested in for the 2022 term? If there is a specific director role not listed you wish to choose, please enter in the "other" field. (Choose all that apply.) Below are general descriptions of duties. *Denotes: Reports to VP of Education
Officer - President Elect– Plan calendar and budget for year ahead; manage CFRE pre-approval & 10-star process; Assume the full duties of the President in case of his/her absence.
Officer - Secretary– Prepare minutes for all board and executive committee meetings.
Officer - Treasurer– Manage budgeting process; provide financial oversight of all activities.
VP, Communications– Produce monthly e-newsletter and emails for members/attendees; Review/approve other communications to AFP-GLAC Chapter members
VP, Education– Creates Educational Programs with the help of Chairs for Advanced Forums, Roundtables, and Young Professionals
VP, IDEA-Promote Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, Access in all aspects of organization/Responsible for annual IDEA Champion application
VP, Membership– Responsible to invite, orient, steward, engage and retain members.
VP, Philanthropy & Volunteers– Inspire members to contribute time & donations to AFP GLAC Chapter Fund and AFP Be The Cause Campaign; manage volunteer activities.
Chair, Advanced Executive Forums* – Plan and produce two advanced educational programs geared toward executive level fundraisers.
Chair, I.D.E.A. - Promote and support Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, Access, and incorporated into all aspects of chapter's operations
Chair, Educational Programs* – Plan and secure speakers for chapter workshops and professional development seminars
Chair, Ethics– Continually reinforce the importance of ethics in fundraising via communication vehicles and special events.
Chair, Government Relations– Inform GLAC of relevant legislation for discussion/action.
Chair, Marketing/PR/Social Media – Direct outward publicity, marketing & media, to include social media initiatives.
Chair, Membership Engagement– Assist VP of Membership in promoting members engagement through various activities within the chapter.
Chair, National Philanthropy Day Conference & Awards Luncheon (2 Co-Chairs) - The Chairs of NPDCAL are responsible for creation and implementation of November National Philanthropy Day & Conference Awards Program, including securing speakers for conference sessions, and developing the awards program. Will work with AFP GLAC administrators and event production vendor.
Chair, Partners in Philanthropy– Secure corporate sponsorships for Greater Los Angeles Chapter educational activities and National Philanthropy Day Conference & Awards Program.
Chair, Roundtables* – Plan and produce three regional roundtable luncheons per year; identify locations, facilitators and themes.
Chair, Scholarships– Manage member scholarship process, criteria, application process, awards, and success stories.
Chair, Young Professionals* – engage Young Professional (YP) members and produce two events per year geared towards young/new professionals.
How long has the nominee been a AFP-GLAC Member?
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