Constitution as amended
June 25, 2006
Bylaws as amended
April 22, 2012
Constitution and Bylaws
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Article III. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
The executive authority of this Association shall be vested in an Executive Committee which shall serve as its Board of Directors and which shall be composed of the following members:
- Vice President, Sections
- Vice President, Regions
- Chair, House of Delegates
- The Executive Committee shall have general executive control and management of the affairs and funds of this Association; these shall include, but not be limited to: designation of time and place of the annual meeting of the Association; supervision of election of officers and filling vacancies; determination of applicant qualifications and classifications; maintaining a headquarters and staff; accepting, creating, and administering funds for purposes provided under the Constitution and Bylaws of this Association; appointing trustees to manage such funds; establishing such fiscal policies as may be appropriate; and performing such other administrative duties as required to accomplish the objects and purposes of this Association.
- The Executive Committee shall also serve as an appeal authority in all matters involving grievance proceedings and professional certification of members.
- The Executive Committee shall have sole responsibility and authority for all matters involving the external affairs of this Association.
- The Executive Committee shall meet immediately before the annual meeting of the House of Delegates and at such other times during the year and at such places as designated by such Executive Committee and at the call of the President. Robert's Rules of Order shall apply at all meetings, except as the same may be inconsistent with any procedure authorized by this Section 3. A quorum shall consist of four (4) members. No proxy votes shall be allowed and no alternates may be appointed for absent members.
- A member of the Executive Committee may participate in a regular or special meeting by, or the meeting may be conducted through the use of, any means of communication allowed under the Colorado Revised Nonprofit Corporations Act.
- Any action required or permitted to be taken at a meeting of the Executive Committee may be taken without a meeting to the full extent allowed by the Colorado Revised Nonprofit Corporations Act.
- Five (5) days notice of regular or special meetings of the Executive Committee shall be given, which shall include the date, time, place, and, if a special meeting, purpose of the meeting. Notice may be given in any manner permitted by the Colorado Revised Nonprofit Corporations Act, and shall be effective as provided by such Act. Members of the Executive Committee may waive notice as provided under the Colorado Revised Nonprofit Corporations Act.
The officers and directors of the Association, being the Executive Committee, shall be indemnified by the Association and shall be relieved from personal liability in all matters regarding the Association to the full extent authorized by the laws of the State of Colorado.
The Executive Committee shall have the authority, by a two-thirds (2/3) majority vote, to amend the Certificate of Incorporation of the Association.