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6 hours ago, Guest Sara said:

Is it customary for a president

to serve as chairman or member of a nominating committee?

No. Just the opposite!

The Book warns against the incumbents establishing a regime (what some call an "old boys network") which excludes the contrarians and nay-sayers of the entrenched administration.

Like, "Weed out the opposition." and "Squelch those who wish to change the Old Guard."

But, yet, some bylaws place one's president on "all committees", making no exception. This is a bad practice.

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16 hours ago, Guest Sara said:

Is it customary for a president to serve as chairman or member of a nominating committee?

 

No, the practice of the president having anything to do with the nominating committe, including serving on it ex-officio, is strongly deprecated by RONR.

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