2017-2019 Board of Directors Elections: May 31, 2017

Have you ever considered becoming a member of the IIBA Waterloo-Wellington Chapter Board of Directors?
Our Annual General Meeting is your opportunity to get involved in your local IIBA Chapter!
The Waterloo-Wellington Chapter is currently canvassing for new Board Members for a variety of Director positions, which will be elected on the night of our Annual General Meeting.
Directors are elected for a 2-year term, by our Chapter membership, as governed under the IIBA Waterloo-Wellington Chapter Bylaws.
Looking forward to seeing everyone out at our May 2017 Chapter and Annual General Meeting on Wednesday, May 31, 2017.

Positions
In 2017, there are 9 open Directors positions available:

  • President
  • Treasurer
  • Secretary
  • Vice President Membership Services
  • Vice President Special Events
  • Vice President Professional Development/Professional Certification
  • Vice President Corporate Development
  • Director At Large (2)

These positions are described in further detail below.

Commitment
All IIBA Waterloo-Wellington Chapter Directors are asked to make the following minimum commitment:

  • Attend a minimum of one Board meeting each month
  • Attend the Chapter's monthly evening event, held on the last Wednesday of the month (Sept-Nov, Jan-May); and/or
  • Attend a minimum of one additional Committee meeting per month

The estimated time commitment varies by position and the duties involved, but is a minimum of approximately 5-10 hours per month.
Our Directors are also volunteers, and receive no paid compensation; however, Directors are eligible for CDUs through their volunteer service to the Chapter, as per the applicable IIBA recertification policy.

Eligibility
To be a candidate for election as a Director, you must be a member in "good standing" of the IIBA and the Waterloo-Wellington Chapter. You DO NOT need to hold an IIBA designation (i.e. CCBA, or CBAP) to be a Director.

Election
Directors of the Board will be elected by majority vote of Chapter Members in attendance at the Annual General Meeting.

Position Descriptions
The President shall be the chief executive officer for the Chapter and of the Chapter Board, and shall perform such duties as are customary for presiding officers, including making all required appointments with the approval of the Chapter Board.
The Secretary shall keep the records of all Chapter Member Meetings, all Annual General Meetings and all Chapter Board Meetings.
The Treasurer shall oversee the management of funds for duly authorized purposes of the Chapter.
The Vice President Membership Services shall be responsible for the development and maintenance of a Chapter membership plan that assures continued growth through active recruiting and partnering with major community employers.
The Vice President Special Events shall be responsible for the development and delivery of programs relating to business analysis for each scheduled Chapter Business Meeting.
The Vice President Professional Development/Professional Certification shall be responsible for the Chapter's professional development programs designed to increase the competence of the business analysis community.
The Vice President Corporate Development is responsible for the management of relations with the corporate community, vendors and corporate patrons of the Chapter.
Directors at Large will be responsible for assisting any Chapter Board officer where and when needed, however they are able.