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Guest Janice Jay

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Is it customary for the detailed Membership lists to be shared with others in the association? Who should have access and how much detail? The president? The membership chair? The board? The general membership? I am concerned about people's privacy and whether the list would be used for any other reason such as soliciting business or political marketing campaigns if it is shared.  

President of a Civic Association (a non-profit corporation)

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In my experience, it is customary to make the membership list available to other members, but,  as Mr. Huynh said, it is up to your organization to decide how to handle the issue.  There is no rule covering it in RONR, but, as Carol Messenger pointed out, you might be subject to state laws on the matter.

 

I'm also  aware of organizations, such as NAP, which appear to allow members to opt out of having their names listed in a directory or online.  Different organizations decide for themselves how public to make their membership information and on the uses that can be made of it.

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