ARTICLE VII ~ DUTIES OF OFFICERS
- THE PRESIDENT. The President shall preside at all meetings of the Board of Trustees, and shall perform all the necessary duties, and exercise all the customary powers, incident to the office of President, including the appointment of committee Chairpersons, with the exception of the Chairperson of the Executive Committee. The President shall have general supervision of all of the affairs of the Corporation and shall serve in an ex officio capacity on all committees, except the Audit Committee and Executive Committee for Real Property Management, and in that capacity may participate in committee discussions but not vote on any committee matters.
- THE VICE PRESIDENT. The Vice President shall assist the President, as assigned or requested, in the performance of the President’s duties and/or the exercise of his/her powers. In event of the President’s absence or disability, the Vice President shall promptly call a special meeting of the Board of Trustees for the purpose of determining whether the President’s absence or disability prevents the President from serving in that office. The Board of Trustees shall make such determination in its sole discretion. In the event the Board of Trustees determines that the President is unable to serve because of such absence or disability, the office shall be deemed vacant and the Board of Trustees shall elect a successor. Until such time as a successor is elected, the Vice President shall perform the duties and exercise the powers of the President.
- THE TREASURER. The Treasurer shall be the financial officer of the Corporation and shall provide advice to the Corporation with respect to general financial policy and ancillary matters subject to such directions as may be given by the Board of Trustees. The Treasurer may be an authorized signatory for the disposition of funds of the Corporation on deposit in banks and other holding accounts. The Treasurer shall not be individually responsible for accounting procedures, security of funds, books of accounts or financial records, but does have general oversight authority respecting these matters.
- THE SECRETARY. The Secretary shall record the minutes of all meetings of the Corporation, shall be the custodian of books and records of the Corporation and shall perform such other duties as may be delegated. The Secretary shall serve in an ex officio capacity on all committees, except the Audit Committee and Executive Committee for Real Property Management, and in that capacity may participate in committee discussions but not vote on any committee matters.
- The Officers of the Corporation shall each perform such other duties as may be delegated to them by the Board of Trustees as well as such other duties as shall pertain to their respective offices.