Board of Directors

PRSA CT Leadership Openings

If you're interested in becoming a PRSA CT Board of Director, please reach out to us by Monday, October 18, 2021.

Treasurer

The PRSA CT Treasurer receives and deposits all chapter funds in the name of the Chapter in a bank or trust company selected and approved by the board of directors. They are responsible for issuing receipts and making authorized disbursements by check after proper approval by the President or the board of directors. They chair the Chapter’s Finance Committee, prepare the Chapter's budget, make regular financial reports to the board of directors, render an annual financial statement to the Chapter membership, files the chapter tax return, completes payment to the Chapter administrator, and performs all other duties incidental to the office. This volunteer leadership position requires an estimated 6-8 hours per month. Monthly Board meetings are typically 90 minutes and committees also meet monthly for 30 to 60 minutes. The Board and committees are currently supported by a part-time paid chapter admin through a limited number of hours each month.

Secretary

The Secretary shall keep records of all meetings of the Chapter and of the board, send copies of such minutes to GCC board members, PRSA Headquarters and to the District chair, issue notices of all meetings, maintain or cause to be maintained the roll of membership and perform all other duties customarily pertaining to the office of the secretary. As a Board Member, the Secretary is also expected to join at least one of our committees and potentially chair a committee.  Average time commitment varies. Monthly Board meetings are typically 90 minutes and committees also meet monthly for 30 to 60 minutes. The Board and committees are currently supported by a part-time paid chapter admin through a limited number of hours each month.

Board Member at Large

Vacancies for the role of Board of Director at Large are voted on as two-year terms by the chapter membership along with the officers at the annual meeting. The primary responsibility of Board Members at Large is to attend a monthly 90-minute Board of Directors meeting. At this meeting, the board hears updates from every committee, votes on decisions, and discusses current topics on the agenda. All board members are expected to also join at least one of our committees and potentially chair a committee. As a result, Board Members are actively involved in governing, as well as planning and execution of programming and other activities associated with our committees. Our current committees are: Membership & Communications, Professional Development/Programs, Awards/Recognition, Finance, or APR.  Average time commitment varies. Monthly Board meetings are typically 90 minutes and committees also meet monthly for 30 to 60 minutes. The Board and committees are currently supported by a part-time paid chapter admin through a limited number of hours each month.

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