CSIO CALL FOR NOMINATION 2016-2017 BOARD OF DIRECTOR

Wednesday, August 10, 2016
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The CSIO Board of Directors has the responsibility for setting directions, establishing policy, and overseeing the activities of the organization. More specifically:

Board of Directors

  • Support the mission statement. 
  • Read and understand the financial statements and otherwise assist the board in fulfilling its fiduciary responsibility. 
  • Attend board meetings and actively participate in decision-making. 
  • Share your area of expertise with the board and staff. 
  • Be an advocate for the organization; use your contacts to promote it in ways appropriate to your profession. 
  • Obtain various means of support for the organization, such as sponsorships, advertisers, members, exhibitors, speakers, etc. 
  • Fulfill the duties of care, obedience and loyalty to the organization. 
  • Participate in regular assessments to improve board performance. 
  • Participate in strategic planning activities. 
  • Prioritize and monitor programs and services. 
  • Select the President/CEO, review their performance, and provide direction if needed in accordance to the President/CEO’s job description. 
  • Partner with the President/CEO to accomplish the mission. 
  • Work to develop new leadership and recommend potential board members to the board nomination committee. 
  • Avoid the appearance of conflict of interest. 
  • Participate in the organization’s conferences and meetings. 
  • Read and sign in agreement the CSIO Code of Ethics and Conflict of Interest forms.

Nomination Form

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