Chapter Leadership Positions & Resources

Chapter Administrator

The Chapter Administrator is the primary contact at the chapter level, providing assistance to the chapter leaders in which they service and support. They are also ambassadors for ASID, to help ASID National communicate and engage the society members.

Chapter President

Basic functions are to: Serve as chief elected officer, representing the entire membership and best interests of the chapter; Exercise personal leadership in the motivation of other officers, Board members, committee members, and staff; Implement approved strategic plan for the chapter during term of office; Facilitate the chapter board in understanding its role and responsibilities; Act as spokesperson and inspirational leader and takes an important part in monitoring and evaluating chapter performance and effectiveness.

Chapter President-Elect

Basic functions are to: Assume the responsibilities of the Chapter President in his/her absence; Assist the Chapter President in carrying out the functions of that office and perform specific duties delegated by the Chapter President; Facilitate the chapter board in understanding its role and responsibilities. This position shall be used as orientation for the future chapter presidency.

Financial Director

This director is responsible for receiving and depositing all chapter funds, in the name of the chapter, in a bank or trust company selected and approved by the board of directors. He or she is responsible for preparing the chapter's budget, making regular financial reports to the board of directors, rendering an annual financial statement to the chapter membership and maintaining proper financial controls. He or she shall perform all other duties incident to office.

Communications Director

Basic responsibilities are to exercise communications function for the chapter. Duties, Responsibilities, and Authority: within the limits of the Bylaws and Policies, the communications director has the responsibility and authority to accomplish the duties set forth.

Professional Development Director

Basic responsibilities are to exercise professional development function for the chapter. Duties, Responsibilities, and Authority: within the limits of the Bylaws and Policies, the communications director has the responsibility and authority to accomplish the duties set forth.

Membership Director

Basic responsibilities are to exercise membership function for the chapter. Duties, Responsibilities, and Authority: within the limits of the Bylaws and Policies, the communications director has the responsibility and authority to accomplish the duties set forth.

At-Large Director

This chapter board position is to focus on an area of particular importance to the chapter. This may include such issues as legislation, geographic outreach, Industry Partners or simply to serve in an at-large capacity. The consistent responsibility for all chapter board members-at large, regardless of the position’s focus determined by the chapter, will be to work with the chapter committee responsible for ethical issues.

Student Representative to the Board

Where the chapter includes one or more student chapters in its geographic territory, the board of directors shall include as a voting member thereof, a student member, selected by the board to such position for a single one-year term, from among qualified candidates nominated by student chapter presidents, faculty advisors or chapter board members. Qualifying students may also independently submit applications to the board of directors for consideration in the SRB candidate pool. In order to qualify for such board position, the nominee or applicant must be 1) a member of a student chapter operating in the chapter’s geographic area and 2) entering an advanced (upperclassman) level of their program at the time of nomination. The SRB shall be selected by the seated chapter board of directors during dates that coincide with chapter board elections but no later than March 30 of each year to begin serving on the Board October 1.

Emerging Professional Affairs Committee Chair (EPACC)

The Emerging Professional Affairs Committee Chair leads the chapter’s Emerging Professional Affairs Committee and ensures the chapter provides interaction and events of value for all ASID emerging professionals.

Student Affairs Committee Chair (SACC)

The Student Affairs Committee Chair is a required chapter leadership position to be filled by someone other than the Membership Director; which could include either an active ASID practitioner or industry partner. The Student Affairs Committee Chair is NOT a voting member of the Chapter Board; however, the Chair position contact information must be submitted to ASID along with a chapter’s 4th quarter financial report. This Chair’s primary responsibility is to ensure that communication and programming of value to students is provided at the Chapter Level.