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CITE holds elections annually as part of its annual meeting in accordance with local and federal law and in accordance with our bylaws.
Educational and Retiree members are eligible to vote and receive electronic ballot notifications. Questions or concerns regarding elections should be sent to the Executive Director at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Board of Directors' Job Description
IDEAL CANDIDATE QUALIFICATIONS
Possesses a broad perspective on current and future issues faced by the use of technology in education.
- Is part of or is closely related to the leadership of their K-12, local education organization (cabinet). Demonstrates nonprofit volunteer and/or board experience.
Has budget authority for memberships, travel, conference registration fees, and other related expenses.
Demonstrates the values of leadership, integrity, transparency, collaboration, approach-ability, responsiveness, expertise, and balance.
Possesses a passion for CITE's mission and core values.
- No conflicts of interest that could interfere with work as a board member.
Each Board member brings his/her own unique perspective to CITE
. According to the National Council of Nonprofits, “each person will bring his or her own personal and professional contacts and life experience to their service on a nonprofit board. With a diversity of experience, expertise, and perspectives a nonprofit is in a stronger position to face opportunities and challenges.”
Diversity considerations include:
and racial diversity,
Industry segment diversity
Board Participation and Attendance
It is important for the Board to select new members that will be active and committed. CITE is increasingly relying on its committee structure to accomplish governance goals and needs capable Board members who not only attend Board meetings, but also actively serve on a committee.
Candidates must have authority for memberships, travel, conference registration fees and other expenses in order to be able to participate in CITE meetings and events.
The Nominating Committee is interested in candidates that can commit to the following:
Attendance at all scheduled Board meetings, both in-person and online.
Advance preparation for regular Board meetings and committee meetings.
Advocating for interests of CITE between meetings at regional group meetings and other events.
Leadership, Guidance, and Vision
Technology in education continues to change rapidly.
Board of Directors will be comfortable providing
and vision to promote and position
as the thought leader for
the use of technology in education.
Image and Stature
image and stature has grown substantially over the last few years
and with our new name and brand, that trend will continue.
To build on momentum, CITE’s Board of Directors should be positioned to use their connections and stature to promote CITE into opportunities to further enhance its brand awareness, including participation in executive meetings/forums, contributing to news stories in industry publications, and creating speaking opportunities at high profile
events. Improved awareness coming from examples such as these will ultimately result in improved presence and influence with industry
and added clout.
Candidates must ensure there are no conflicts of interest that would interfere with their service on the CITE Board of Directors.
Any change in employment or additional volunteer service must be disclosed to the Board of Directors.
Skills and Expertise
Annually the Governance Committee will assess the competencies of current Board members against the needs of the organization (in relation to its strategic plan) to identify skill and/or expertise gaps. The Nominating Committee will seek candidates that fill these gaps
if one or more Board seats will be available.
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