Board of Directors Responsibilities

Article V: Representative Responsibilities

Section 1 – President. The President has the following responsibilities:

• Coordinates and works with the CVDLC board to carry out the work of the organization.

• Maintains official contacts with other dual language education associations.

• Works with CDVLC Board members on issues and projects related to the mission of the CVDLC.

• Facilitates meetings with other representatives.

• Provides agenda for CVDLC meetings in collaboration with other representatives

Section 2 –Vice President. Serves with the President to:

• Coordinate and work with the CVDLC board to carry out the work of the Consortium.

• Maintain official contacts with other dual language education associations.

• Work with CDVLC Board members on issues and projects related to the mission of the CVDLC.

• Facilitate meetings with other representatives.

• Develop agenda for CVDLC meetings in collaboration with other representatives

• Overseeing working committees.

Section 3 – Treasurer. The Treasurer has the following responsibilities:

• Handles all fiscal matters for the CVDLC and prepares an annual fiscal report.

• Receives and maintains membership list

• Helps recruit new members by providing information on website and in other correspondence on processes for joining CVDLC, paying dues, and so on.

Section 4 – Secretary. The Communications Representative has the following responsibilities:

• Keeps minutes of official meetings

• Oversees the website

• Organizes communications in collaboration with other representatives and the membership at large.

• Sends communications and correspondence to the membership email list.

Section 5 – Appointed Roles.

• Will be established as deemed necessary by the CVDLC Board.

Section 6 – Criteria for serving in any formal capacity.

• Commitment to the CVDLC and its mission

• Have a realistic vision about the time necessary to participating in the CVDLC and its related activities

• Be willing to meet membership meetings in addition to the annual business meeting

• Be willing to work collaboratively with others in leadership roles.