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NACCAP EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE TRANSITION
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As you begin the transition out of your current role on the NACCAP Board of Directors Executive Committee, please take some time to review and complete this document as it pertains to your position. The goal of this document is to provide you, your successor, and the board a smooth and successful transition.

President Elect – President – Past President

ROLE
The Executive Committee is charged with providing the strategic vision for the organization and with oversight for ongoing work with the board. The president’s role is to lead the executive committee, and full board of directors in this way. In addition, during the president’s second year as president, he or she is responsible for mentoring the president elect in such a way that he or she is prepared to take over the presidency at the end of the term. When the president elect moves into the role of president, the previous present serves one additional year as past president, and is there to be an ongoing resources for the new president. The president is able to delegate responsibilities as needed to the president elect or past president.

AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY

  • Government and Professional Associations Relations – Building awareness of NACCAP with government and professional associations that are focused on enrollment related issues. Identify opportunities for collaboration and strategic partnerships for the benefit of NACCAP and member institutions.
  • Human Resources – Ensure regular evaluations of staff and board members. Ensure compliance with personnel policies. Approve any new staff position requests. Resolve grievances with employees or board members. Review and approve staff compensation packages.
  • Strategic Partnerships – Identify opportunities for strategic partnerships related to various functions of enrollment management. Partnerships might be developed with or for sponsorships, vendors, best practices, alternative revenue streams, etc.
  • Appoint Nominating Committee – Identify board members to serve on the nominating committee. The nominating committee will monitor the term rotation matrix to determine the openings in appointed or elected positions and will develop a slate of candidates for consideration.
  • New Board Member Orientation – Develop an orientation and operations manual to inform new members of expectations, roles, and operating procedures. Provide orientation to new board members annually.
  • Strategic Vision Casting – Facilitate strategic planning for the organization. Collect data, trends and forecasts to inform the strategic direction of the organization. Establish mission, vision, values and goals for NACCAP.Relationship with the Advisory Council – Establish an advisory council, including members outside of the organization with influence or expertise that would be valuable to the organization.

COMMITTEE MEETING FREQUENCY

Twice annually including Annual Conference, with executive committee conference calls as needed.

  
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As you begin the transition out of your current role on the NACCAP Board of Directors Executive Committee, please take some time to review and complete this document as it pertains to your position. The goal of this document is to provide you, your successor, and the board a smooth and successful transition.
As you are transitioning out of your role on the executive committee, please take some time to provide a response to the following questions:
Review the above role, areas of responsibility, and committee meeting frequency information. Are there any changes that need to be made to the above information?
List current committee initiatives either in progress or upcoming.
List current executive committee members: (name, role, organization, email, phone)
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