SASFAA Vice President Information
Submitted by Jeff Dennis, Nominations and Elections Committee Chair
During the February 2014 elections you are being asked to select a candidate for the office of Vice President. This article is being posted to show you what the SASFAA Policy & Procedure Manual describes as the duties of this position.
The candidates for the office of Vice President are:
· Brenda Burke (4 year public, Virginia Commonwealth University – Virginia)
· Marian Dill (4 year private, Lee University – Tennessee)
You will be able to learn more about these candidates by reviewing their candidate statement and biographical information on the SASFAA website at www.sasfaa.org/elections.
The SASFAA Policy & Procedure Manual describes the duties of this position as follows:
5.4 Vice President
The vice president is elected for a one-year term and has a leadership role in the professional development and training activities for the Association. Included in this role are the following responsibilities:
a. plans and coordinates the new aid officers and mid-level workshops, including curriculum development, recruitment of faculty, site selection and advertising the workshop (the workshop guide is referenced in Appendix B);
b. coordinates other new aid officer and advanced level seminars and selects instructional faculty and training sites;
c. in the absence of the president serves with the powers and performs the duties of the president;
d. serves as chair of the professional advancement committee; and
e. performs other duties as requested by the president.