Officer Descriptions – Run for office!

Thinking of running for an APNA officer position at our October 26th First Member Meeting & Officer Elections?

You should! We’re sure your unique talents make you a great candidate for any of these positions.

If you decide to run for an officer position, you don’t have to do anything but become a member, show up to the meeting, and we’ll call for nominations and self-nominations. Be prepared to (briefly) tell the members why you’d make a great candidate. We’ll vote there and then! 

NOTE
–If you can’t make the meeting, but still want to run for an officer position, please email us at armadilloparkna@gmail.com.
–If you want to run for multiple officer positions, that’s fine too! As an example, you can run for VP, and if you don’t get the position, you can run for Treasurer.

So that we can get an idea of how long our meeting will be, please let us know if you’re thinking of running. Email us at armadilloparkna@gmail.com.

Here are the officer job descriptions.  Each position has a 1 year term.

The President shall preside at all meetings of the executive committee and the Association and shall be an ex officio member of all committees. The president shall be empowered to speak on behalf of the Association consistent with the objectives and prior resolutions of the Association. The president shall have the right to approve all public statements by APNA. The President is authorized to speak on behalf of the organization consistent with the objectives and prior resolutions of the Executive Committee and of the general membership. The president will represent APNA at civic meetings including, but not limited to: Austin Neighborhood Council, City of Austin Council, Boards and commissions and other community hearings and forums. The president will report on these activities at the general membership meetings. The president may delegate any of these functions to another Board member.

The First Vice President shall assist the president as directed and shall, in succession, fulfill the duties of the president in the president’s absence. Additionally, the First Vice President shall cosign checks drawn on the Association’s account.

The Second Vice President shall assist the President and First Vice-President as directed and shall, in succession, fulfill the duties of the president in the president’s absence. The Second Vice-President shall also be responsible for an accurate membership record and will assist the treasurer in maintaining the record of dues paid as it relates to the membership record.

The secretary shall be responsible for recording the minutes of each general meeting, be the custodian of APNA records and shall conduct correspondence as directed by the Executive Board.

The treasurer shall be responsible for maintaining the financial records of the Association, shall cosign checks drawn on the Association’s account, and shall present quarterly financial reports.