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I am on the executive board of a small nonprofit organization - we have a total membership of about 100 members. There are 7 members of the executive board and they are all elected by the members for 2 year terms. The bylaws state that the president of the organization will appoint all committee chairs, but doesn't go into any further detail regarding committee chairs/appointments/removal of chairs/etc and does not detail how the committee chair puts the actual committee together (many of our committee chairs actually just operate as a committee of one to do the work, others recruit other memb
We are entertaining the idea of having proxies stand in for members who are absent......Someone on the board said the proxy could be anyone in the membership, others say it should be someone already on the board. Some say it is not permissable under Robert's rules. I cannot take a chance in opening a can of worms because of the difficult one on the board.. I would rather have the absent committee chair appoint an assistant who would attend the Board meeting, We have done this in the past with no problem. The bylaws state that "each committee shall be represented at board meetings." Perhaps
Hi, New member.... just trying to get a group more in line with Roberts... so, can Officers on the Board also be Committee Chairs? I realize it concentrates the power in the group, as there are fewer opinions and fewer votes, but the situation is that some Officers have two or more other positions as Chairs. It is a relatively small Club, but there should be enough members to spread it out a bit. Just wanted to know if it is disallowed or OK. Thanks.