Job Description: Vice Chair
Act as support person to the chair, acting as a sounding board and participating in discussion.
Act as a support person for the executive committee and other leaders.
Assume the duties of the chair if that person is unable to perform necessary functions:
Preside at the executive committee and general membership meetings.
Prepare and mail agendas.
Make public statements.
Appoint committee leaders, especially for the nominating and elections
committees if the chair's absence is a long one.
Before leaving office, train a replacement.
The vice chair's duties are established by mutual agreement with the chair and the executive committee. The duties may involve coordinating all the activities of the conservation task force, if the vice chair has a conservation background. A vice chair who is more organizationally oriented might oversee the work of internal committees. The duties of this position are flexible, depending upon the vice chair's experience and interest.
- Greg Casini, Chair of Organizational Effectiveness Gov Com, (303) 861-2844
- Greg Casini, Chapter & Groups Effectiveness Committee, (303) 861-2844
- Julia Reitan or Michael Lynch, Volunteer & Activist Services, (415) 977-5577