ALL BOARD DIRECTORS
Participate in phone meetings
Participate in email votes
Attend an onsite meeting in the event one is convened
Receive informational emails from Board Directors


 
  PRESIDENT
  Meetings
    Phone Conference Meetings --
    1. Determine when a meeting is needed, and send emails to set a date convenient for as many Board Directors as possible. The President can make the phone conference meeting arrangements and email details to Board Directors, or have the Secretary make the arrangements.
   
    2. Prepare meeting agendas and email them to Board Directors in advance of the meetings.
     
    3. Conduct the meetings.
           
    Meetings that will be necessary --
      Early Fall meeting to receive and vote on Board Director reports, to approve the election slate, to confirm the details of the fall campaign
           
     

Late-spring meeting to receive and vote on Board Director reports, to receive the report of the Education Directors, to determine how many scholarships will be awarded

           
    Additional Phone Conference or Email Vote Meetings --
      Scheduled as issues arise such as  -- assisting Alumni who want to meet locally;  decision on assets held by the VCAA;  ordering Dove and Triangle pins; permissions granted for use of VCAA name or related items; future discussion of reunions.
           
           
    Onsite Meetings --
      Determine if an issue is serious enough that an onsite meeting is recommended, and schedule the meeting.
           
  Legal and Financial Matters
    1. Meet annually with the law firm/attorney the VCAA has retained, review any pending legal matters. Report to the Board. Receive email from the law firm and forward to the Board. Meet additionally if required. 
           
    2. Meet annually with the accounting firm/CPA the VCAA has retained, and review any pending accounting matters. Report the meeting to the Board. Receive email from the accounting firm and forward to the Board. Meet additionally if required.
           
    3. Meet annually with the financial manager/firm the VCAA has retained, and review any pending investment matters. Report the meeting to the Board. Be in receipt of email from the financial manager and forward to the Board. Meet additionally if required.
           
    4. Receive communications and checks from the representatives of the firms/organizations from which the VCAA receives income. Forward email/report to the Board; mail the checks to the Treasurer for deposit.
           
    5. Sign documents requiring VCAA authorized signatures.
           
    6. Be familiar with the Bylaws and propose changes as necessary. Proposed revisions would be put to the Board for review, and then posted at the VCAA website for voting by the VCAA membership.
           
    7. The final year of the President’s term in office, the President will work with the Vice President to prepare for the leadership transition.
       
  Alumni Relations
    The President is the face of the VCAA Board.   The President is the person that Alumni and others need to feel is trustworthy and able to carry forward the mission of Vennard College. 
    1. With the Co-Directors of Education, send letters of congratulations to scholarship recipients.
    2. Send thank you notes or emails to major donors.