Chapter Officers Roles and Responsibilities

The President 

The President shall be the Chief Executive Officer for the PMI Columbus, GA Chapter and of the Board, and shall perform such duties as are customary for presiding officers, including (but not limited to) acting as a liaison between the chapter and PMIĀ®, presiding over the Board of Directors meetings and the annual general membership meeting, ensuring all chapter business is done legally and ethically, ensuring statutory and regulatory procedures are followed on behalf of the chapter, representing the chapter in all board operations, chapter activities and public events, and making all required appointments as stated in Section 3 above with the approval of the Board. The President shall also serve as a member ex-officio with the right to participate and vote on all committees except the Nominating Committee. Any member of the chapter in good standing is eligible to become The President, and it is preferred that he/she has earned the Project Management Professional credential from PMIĀ®. 

Vice President of Finance 

The Vice President of Finance shall oversee the management of funds for duly authorized purposes of the PMI Columbus, GA Chapter. The Vice President Finance will be responsible for the solicitation and input from Board members for development of financial goals and objectives for the Chapter, the preparation of an annual financial plan, as well as the collection and disbursement of all Chapter monies.

 The Vice President of Finance will work closely with the person elected as Assistant Vice President of Finance. Dual roles are intended to protect each officer from mishandling funds whether from intentional or negligent actions. Duties are to be shared so that no individual has complete and exclusive control of funds, and that full and transparent financial reporting can be provided to the Board or chapter members upon call. 

Vice President of Governance 

The Vice President of Governance shall be responsible for providing guidance to ensure the chapter bylaws are upheld and enforced, that policies and procedures established by PMI are followed and that policies are consistent and compliant with all applicable governmental jurisdiction and regulations. The VP of Governance must be aware of the Ethics Review Process and raise awareness of and provide training on code of conduct/regulations/processes. Any chapter policy manual or information security policy will be developed and maintained by the VP of Governance. The VP of Governance will also address any breeches that may be brought up against a member and/or the chapter and assists in resolving chapter conflicts. In the absence of a chapter Assistant Vice President Finance, the VP of Governance will also review the monthly chapter financial statements. The VP of Governance shall also maintain and deliver all permanent records to the position successor as required.

 

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