PA-NAME is holding elections in June of 2017 for the following officers: Vice-President/President-Elect, a Secretary, and a Treasurer.DUTIES OF OFFICERS
Section 1. [Compensation:] All of the Officers of the Association shall serve without compensation, but may be reimbursed from time to time, for necessary and appropriate expenses, upon approval of the Executive Committee. The duties and powers of the Officers of the Association shall be as provided in these Bylaws, or as provided pursuant to these Bylaws.
B. The Vice-President/President-Elect shall coordinate and supervise preparations for the annual membership meeting, coordinate and supervise special programs and perform such other duties as the President and-the
Executive Committee may assign and, except as otherwise provided, the duties of the President when the President is disabled from performing his or her duties or absent from meetings where the President would preside. The Vice-President/President-Elect will succeed the President at the expiration of the term of the President.
C. The Secretary shall coordinate and supervise the Association's membership program, keep the minutes and records of the annual meetings and any other meetings of the Association, and the Executive Committee, keep the roster of membership of the Association and issue membership cards; receive and keep as property of the Association, all papers, addresses and reports to and of the Association; give all notices required in these Bylaws or by law, assist with the Association's publications; and generally perform all duties customary to the Office of Secretary. The Secretary shall have custody of the official seal of the Association and authority to affix the same to any instrument requiring it and when so affixed, it may be attested by his or her signature.
D. The Treasurer shall receive and supervise the safekeeping and expenditure of the funds and investments of the Association and perform all duties customary to that office. The Treasurer shall be responsible for, and supervise the methods and procedures used in the receipt, collection, recording and safekeeping of all funds, and the procedures for disbursements in the books of the Association. The Treasurer shall deposit or cause to be deposited all monies or other valuable effects in the name of the Association in such depositories as shall be selected by the Executive Committee. The Treasurer shall report on the financial condition of the Association at all membership meetings, meetings of the Executive Committee, and at other times when called upon by the President. The Treasurer shall make the financial books and records of the Association available for examination and audit by independent accountants.