VICE PRESIDENT OF GOVERNMENT AND REGULATORY AFFAIRS by cdc16374

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									Board Position

VICE PRESIDENT OF GOVERNMENT AND REGULATORY AFFAIRS
General Responsibilities
   • Attend each scheduled monthly board meeting
          o if you can not attend, schedule your time to participate in a conference call
          o excused absences on an individual basis only
   • Establish goals for your position’s term
          o Reviewed at summer board retreat
   • Read, accept and sign an Oath of Confidentiality
   • Promote the Chapter and Interior Design industry
   • Submit agenda items to President prior to each board meeting for consent agenda
   • Submit budgets for items that fall into your responsibility
   • Submit closing financial reports to the board for each program/CEU/event that is completed
          o Board member/committee chair responsible for producing

Position Definition
   • The Vice President of Governmental and Regulatory Affairs is responsible for the legislative and
       regulatory issues, advocacy and affairs of the Chapter.
   • The Vice President of Governmental and Regulatory Affairs is also responsible for issues dealing
       with professional practice as they relate to the Chapter by-laws and policy development.
   • Voting officer
   • 2 year commitment
   • Estimate an average of 4-6 hours/week for time involved

Vice President of Government and Regulatory Affairs’ Specific Responsibilities
    • Duties shall include maintaining a close liaison with International Vice President of Government
       and Regulatory Affairs, providing information to the Chapter Board as required, recommending
       action on issues, reviewing by-laws and policies as they relate to GRA issues.
    • The Vice President of Governmental and Regulatory Affairs shall supervise any and all
       committees relating to GRA issues.
    • Interact with the State Legislative coalition – Coalition for Interior Design Registration (CIDR) –
       and keep the board updated with legislative activity
    • Attend CIDR board meetings or receive reports of CIDR board meetings from an IIDA
       representative on the CIDR board
    • Develop local and statewide political and regulatory contacts
    • Be an integral part of an international network of design professional
    • Work with the International Vice President responsible for Government and Regulatory Affairs

								
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