Board of Directors Job Descriptions
Thank you for your interest in learning what and how each Board position contributes to the overall success of the ATD TV Chapter. Though each position requires different capabilities and strengths, the most important requirement for any Board Director position is active engagement and commitment to continue to take our Chapter to the next level. Without engagement and commitment to follow through with your scope of work is negatively detrimental to the Chapter, its members, and other Board Directors.
Board of Directors Benefits
Board Position Summaries
All positions are committed to:
President - Has executive responsibility to provide the vision, structure, culture and environment to enable the Chapter to meet the mission and goals created as a team. S/he exercises general supervision over the Chapter activities in accordance with the Chapter bylaws.
President Elect - Assists the Chapter President in performance of Chapter management duties, automatically succeeding to president. S/he participates in the recruitment of Board Leaders to lead the Chapter in the succeeding year.
Past President - Serves in advisory role to the president, president elect, and Chapter as a whole. S/he advises on past practices and operations in accordance with the Chapter Bylaws. Upon request he/she assists Board Leaders in performing their duties.
Program Director - Oversees the Chapter’s programming function, including responsibility for topic and speaker selection, site selection, and overall event management and reporting.
Finance Director - Manages the operational finances of the Chapter. He/she communicates and coordinates the budget and operational issues with other Board members, as well as administrative services. He/she ensures that Chapter operations are in compliance with ATD Chapter affiliation requirements (CARE), manages and oversees all payment transactions, and provides a monthly financial report to the Presidents Circle. *Additional and preferred qualifications include budget design, fiscal responsibility, and accounting practices.
Engagement Director - Directs engagement activities throughout the member lifecycle, to include orientation and onboarding, chapter and affiliate opportunities, and offboarding. Partners with other board leaders and members to enhance engagement, discover new opportunities for networking and engagement, and promote member and chapter success.
Membership Director - Manages member records and directs member recognition programs.
Social Media Coordinator - Manages all social media communications with potential and existing member to increase member participation in those outlets. Engages and motivates online advocates.