2019 Open Board Positions

Vice President

1-Year Term as Vice President; 1-Year Term as President

The Vice President is the de facto President-elect. In the absence of the President or in the event of his/her inability or refusal to act, the Vice President shall perform the duties of the President, and when so acting, shall have and may exercise all the powers of the President. The Vice President shall perform such other duties as from time to time may be assigned by the President or by the Chapter Board.

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Secretary

2-Year Term

The Secretary is responsible for maintaining the chapter’s corporate records, supporting governance best practices, and managing the chapter’s Board election process. The Secretary is one of four officers on the ACMP DC Board of Directors. Key responsibilities include, but are not limited to the following: record keeping for all chapter-related meetings (e.g., compiling and recording board meeting minutes, recording motions and decisions); establishing and maintaining accurate and complete corporate records for the chapter; leading the chapters governance efforts and compliance with the association and chapter bylaws; overseeing the chapter’s annual election process; developing and overseeing the chapter’s record keeping tools and systems; and ensuring transparency and ethics in membership and volunteer activities in compliance with standards set by the Board.

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Treasurer

2-Year Term

The Treasurer oversees the management and reporting of the chapter’s finances and contributes to the overall strategic direction of the chapter as it specifically relates to revenues and expenses. The Treasurer is one of four officers on the ACMP DC Board of Directors. Key responsibilities include, but are not limited to the following: managing/overseeing the financial affairs of the chapter; preparing the annual chapter budget and providing regular monitoring and reporting on the budget; preparing financial reports and briefings to the Board, as well as ACMP Global; completing required financial reporting; translating financial concepts and information to ensure Board understanding; and ensuring transparency and ethics in membership and volunteer activities in compliance with standards set by the Board.

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Director, Public Relations & Communications

2-Year Term

The Public Relations and Communications Director leads the chapter’s strategic and tactical communications, marketing and branding activities. More specifically, this role guides and implements the strategy for all communications, website, social media, public relations, and collateral to consistently articulate the chapter’s mission. The PR & Communications Director collaborates with other Board members and volunteers to plan, facilitate and evaluate ongoing communications activities to further the mission of the chapter. Key responsibilities include, but are not limited to: managing the chapter’s website; developing strategies and tactics to market the benefits of ACMP DC and promote chapter activities; implementing the chapter’s social media strategy; and guiding and overseeing the efforts of the chapter’s PR & Communications committee.

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Director, Communities of Practice

2-year Term

The Communities of Practice (CoP) Director leads the chapter’s efforts to identify, establish, and support communities of practice within the chapter. Communities of Practice are groups of people who share a concern, set of problems, or passion about a topic, and deepen their knowledge by interacting on an ongoing basis. The CoP Director collaborates with other Board members and volunteers to identify, establish and support CoPs sponsored by the chapter. Key responsibilities include, but are not limited to: working with volunteers to facilitate the various CoPs in establishing self-sustaining activities and programs; leveraging Board members and volunteer resources to assist the CoPs in realizing success as defined by the members of the CoP and approved by the Board; and driving the activities for recruiting members and volunteers to support and participate in the CoPs.

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Director, Training

2-year Term

The Training Director leads the chapter’s efforts to plan, coordinate, host, and evaluate chapter training and professional development opportunities. More specifically, this role focuses on providing chapter members with comprehensive training opportunities that may lead to gaining and/or supporting ongoing change management certification. The Training Director collaborates with other Board members and volunteers to plan, facilitate and evaluate ongoing training programs. Key responsibilities include, but are not limited to: collaborating with the Board to develop (and update as necessary), policies and procedures related to training; establishing, guiding, and leading the work of the Training Committee—including its activities, volunteers, and work efforts; and, ensuring transparency and ethics in training activities and programming in compliance with standards set by the board.

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Association of Change Management Professionals, DC Chapter, PO Box 23806470 L’Enfant Plaza, Ste 23806Washington, DC 20026

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