Open Positions & Descriptions
The Fundraising Chair will oversee the ad hoc committees and their planning and
execution of fundraising events decided upon annually by the Council. The Fundraising
Chair is responsible for attending and scheduling meetings for the ad hoc committees,
and to report on fundraising event progress to the Council. The Fundraising Chair will
perform other duties as deemed necessary by the Foundation.
The Parliamentarian shall keep a copy of the current Amended Bylaws available for
reference at each meeting. He/she shall assist the President during Foundation
meetings by keeping track of motions, amendments, and voting during such meetings.
The Parliamentarian shall provide input on any parliamentary questions that may arise,
and shall perform other duties as deemed necessary by the Foundation.
The Auditor will assist the Council in its financial oversight role. The Auditor shall
review the financial account(s) and internal controls of the Council. An internal audit will
be conducted twice per year, in January and June. An audit report for each account will
be prepared and presented to the Council. No official reporting is required unless the
Auditor finds reason to document internal controls, suggest changes to policies and
procedures, or discovers risk of misconduct or fraud. The Auditor shall perform other
duties as deemed necessary by the Council. This is a voluntary position, and is not
“independent and objective.” The Auditor can never be an authorized executor on the
Foundation accounts. The Auditor should always be impartial, and not be related by
blood or marriage, or reside in the same household, as the President or any other
Council officer who handles funds. The Auditor shall perform other duties as deemed
necessary by the Foundation.