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Nominees Requirements & Duties

Requirements for Nominees

★ Candidates for President-Elect, which is a three-year term as President-Elect, President and Immediate Past President, must:

• have chaired one or more of the standing committees and/or served as a TSPRA Vice President 
   and have exhibited leadership characteristics

• be a professional member in good standing with both TSPRA and NSPRA

• follow the NSPRA Code of Ethics and TSPRA Statement of Commitment

http://www.tspra.org/about-tspra/mission-vision/code-of-ethics

• be knowledgeable of and willing to enforce the TSPRA bylaws

http://www.tspra.org/about-tspra/mission-vision/bylaws-standing-rules

★ Candidates for Area Vice President, a two-year term, must:

• be a professional member in good standing in TSPRA

• reside in the geographical area of representation (VP areas are based on ESC region numbers.)

Candidates for At-Large Vice President, a two-year term, must:

• be a professional member in good standing in TSPRA

• can reside anywhere in the state


Duties of Officers

President: presides at general membership and executive committee meetings; appoints chairpersons of all standing (and adhoc) committees except nominating, strategic planning, and executive director evaluation; approves the selection of committee members made by the chairpersons; works closely with the executive director; and must be a professional member of TSPRA and hold NSPRA membership.

President-Elect: presides at meetings in the absence of the president;prepares a budget prior to the first executive committee meeting of the fiscal year he/she becomes president; serves as chairperson of the nominating, strategic planning and executive director evaluation committee; and must be a professional member of TSPRA and hold NSPRA membership.

Area Vice President: serves a two-year term; represents one of nine TSPRA regions; coordinates regional membership drives; provides assistance to members and prospective members; provides written report of region’s activities to the executive director and president; attends executive committee meetings; presides at area regional meetings; communicates a tleast quarterly with the members in the region; other duties as assigned; and must be a professional member of TSPRA.

At-Large Vice President: serves a two-year term; represents all members of the organization; provides assistance to current members and prospective members; attends executive committee meetings; other duties as assigned; and must be a professional member of TSPRA.

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