Executive Committee


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Evie DeSarno
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Matt Hildebrand
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Past District 2 Governors


AAF District Two Executive Committee Officers Responsibilities

Dated: August 2013

Governor

The Governor shall be the chief executive officer of the Corporation, preside over the Board of Directors and the Executive Committee, have the responsibility for the general management of the affairs of the Corporation, carry out the resolutions of the Board of Directors, and an ex officio member of all committees.

Governor Designate

The Governor-Designate shall accompany the Governor to official functions; shall preside at such functions where the Governor is absent; assist the Governor, as requested, in all District activities; and coordinate and promote all National and District AAF programs within the District. During the absence or disability of the Governor, the Governor-Designate, shall have all the powers and functions of the Governor.

Immediate Past Governor

The Immediate Past Governor shall remain on the Executive Committee and be recognized as a Board of Director for one year with full voting privileges. He/she will act as advisor to the Executive Committee officers as requested and warranted.

Corresponding Secretary

The Corresponding Secretary shall communicate all official District 2 and AAF correspondence to the Board of Directors as well as coordinate communications to and with local clubs/federations within the District; provide information to the Web Site Chair for use on the District web site; assist the Governor in carrying on correspondence with the local clubs and perform other duties as may be assigned by the Governor.

Treasurer

The Treasurer shall have the care and custody of all of the funds and securities of the Corporation, and shall take responsibility for the said funds in the name of the Corporation in such bank accounts as the Board of Directors may from time to time determine. The Treasurer shall, when duly authorized by the Governor, sign and execute all contracts in the name of the Corporation. He/she may also sign checks, drafts, notes and orders for payment of money as a second signature which shall have been duly authorized by the Governor, or an appointee of the Governor. There is a two (2) signature requirement for the signing of all District checks. He/she shall have custody of the seal of the Corporation, and shall affix and attest the same to documents duly authorized by the Executive Committee. He/she shall serve all notices for the Corporation which shall have been authorized by the Executive Committee, and shall have charge of all books and records of the Corporation. To fulfill these obligations, he/she will work directly with the District 2 Executive Director and, as District 2 is incorporated in New York, he/she will work directly with the District 2 accountant in submitting all documentation required for NY Charitable and IRS filings.

Recording Secretary

The Recording Secretary shall keep the minutes of the Board of Directors, and will work to fulfill the mission of the AAF and District 2; provide accuracy and maintenance of non-financial records; receive and disseminate minutes to the District Two Executive Committee, the District Two Board, Local Club Leadership and Club Members as required by the Governor and the Executive Committee. Coordinate with the Corresponding Secretary when necessary. The Corresponding Secretary shall also coordinate communications to and with local clubs/federations within the District; provide information to the Web Site Chair for use on the District web site; assist the Governor in carrying on correspondence with the local clubs and perform other duties as may be assigned by the Governor.