2019 Self-Nomination for MAEA Elections
It is time once again to hold elections for President (6 year term), Treasurer (2 year term), and Secretary (2 year term) of the Maryland Art Education Association (MAEA). If you are interested in running for one of these positions please fill out this form no later than November 1, 2019. The election committee will notify you if you are selected to run in the election no later than November 8, 2019.
ARTICLE I: DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF ELECTED OFFICERS
Please note: President is a 6-year term
Section 1. PRESIDENT (2 years)
The President shall preside at all meetings of MAEA; shall establish the agenda for meetings in cooperation with
the Executive Committee; have the power to appoint committees not otherwise provided for in the Constitution and Bylaws; serve as ex-officio member of all committees ; provide leadership for goal and policy development and attainment; serve as liaison with NAEA; and perform other such duties as usually pertain to the office.
Section 2. PRESIDENT-ELECT (2 years)
The President-Elect shall assume the duties of the President in event of absence or vacancy in that office; serve as Chairperson of the Membership Committee; establish and maintain a communications network with regional representatives, in cooperation with the Vice-President for Advocacy; and perform other duties as determined by the President.
Section 3. PAST PRESIDENT (2 years)
The immediate Past President shall serve in an advisory capacity to the State Council and Executive Committee;
serve as Chairperson of the Development Committee; and assume the duties of the President-Elect in the event of
vacancy in that office.
Section 4. SECRETARY (2 years)
The Secretary shall keep minutes of all meetings of the general membership, State Council, and Executive Committee; keep an accurate and complete record of all organizational business activities; and shall disseminate information to the membership as required.
Section 5. TREASURER (2 years)
The Treasurer shall be custodian of all MAEA funds and shall keep an accurate record and present a written account of all funds received and disbursed at the annual meeting of the membership and at each meeting of the State Council. The Treasurer shall deposit the funds of the organization in a depository approved by the President and the Executive Committee and shall be authorized to disburse funds up to $150.00 without prior approval of the Executive Committee. At the conclusion of each even numbered fiscal year, the Treasurer shall submit all financial records of MAEA to an Independent auditor approved by the Executive Committee.
Name of Person Running
Position running for
President (6 year term-- president-elect, president, and past-president)
Treasurer (2 year term)
Secretary (2 year term)
MAEA/NAEA ID number
Job Title/School/Company Name
Briefly describe your past involvement with MAEA
Briefly tell us why you want to run for a position on the MAEA Board?
President, Treasurer, Secretary
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