Article III - Board of Directors
- Terms of Office
- Delegation of Authority
- Number. The affairs of the corporation
shall be managed by a Board of Directors consisting of at least seven (7)
- Qualifications. All members of
the Board of Directors must beAdministrative Members of the corporation at
the time of their election and for the duration of their terms of office.
In addition, each board member must have at least two years experience in
a board appointed position, or have equivalent experience in this theater,
to be eligible for nomination to the Board.
- Positions. The Board of Directors
shall consist of the following positions: President, Vice President,
Secretary, Treasurer, Publicity Coordinator, Facilities Coordinator, and
Production Coordinator. The Board, with the approval of the
Administrative Members, may create additional positions by dividing any
duties between two or more persons, or by designating other functions as
- Election. The Board of Directors
shall be elected by the Administrative Members. Prior to the annual
meeting of the corporation, the Board shall appoint a nominating committee
as provided in Article V Paragraph 4 of these bylaws and establish and
provide procedures to be followed by that committee. The procedures shall
provide that members my make additional nominations from the floor with
the prior approval of the potential nominee.
- Terms of Office. The positions
of Secretary and Treasurer shall serve a term of two years. The Treasurer
shall be elected in odd numbered years, and the Secretary shall be elected
in even numbered years. All other positions shall serve a term of one
year and be elected annually. Terms of office, shall run from September
1st to August 31st. All members of the Board may be reelected to
consecutive terms of office.
- Delegation of
Authority. A member of the Board of Directors who is unable to
attend a meeting of the Board shall designate a Board appointed manager,
coordinator, or committee chair within his/her scope of responsibilities
to represent him/her at such meeting with full voting authority.
- Vacancies The Board of Directors
shall fill any vacancy by appointment.
- Removal. Three or more Administrative
Members may petition the Board for the purpose of removing a Board member.
Upon receipt of the petition stating the reason for removal, the President
shall appoint a committee to meet with the petitioners to determine an
appropriate method of resolving the complaint. The committee shall consist
of no more than two Board members and at least three Administrative
Members who are not members of the Board. If the President is the subject
of the petition, the committee shall be appointed by the Vice President.
If the complaint cannot be resolved by that committee, the Board of
Directors shall call a special meeting of the Administrative Members. This
meeting shall take place within thirty (30) days. The Board shall set the
procedures for the review, discussion and disposition of the petition by
the Administrative Members in attendance at that meeting.
- Attendance. If any
Board member is absent from more than two regularly scheduled Board
meetings without just cause presented by the opening of the meeting
constituting the third such absence, the Board shall declare the office
vacant as its first business after reading the minutes, unless the Board
decides otherwise. Board members shall inform the President or Secretary
if they will be absent or late.
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