Board of Director Positions
Board of Directors are elected each October with terms running January to December. Candidates must be paid BPWNA members by the September neighborhood meeting (3rd Thursday). Candidates are elected by residents attending the October meeting. To learn more about elections, please visit the By-Laws page.
The President will preside at all meetings of the Corporation and of the Board of Directors at which he/she may be present; will perform such other duties as may be prescribed in these bylaws or assigned to him/her by the Corporation or by the Board of Directors. He/she will coordinate the work of the officers and committees of the Corporation in order that the purposes may be promoted. As well, he/she will keep and maintain all legal documents. The President with the assistance of the Treasurer are responsible to create the budget which then is to be presented to the Executive Board to approve and then to the general membership at the March neighborhood meeting.
The Treasurer will have custody of all the funds of the Corporation; will keep a full and accurate account of receipts and expenditures; and will make disbursements as authorized by the Corporation’s Board of Directors. The Treasurer will be responsible for the maintenance of the financial records of the Corporation as conforming to the bylaws of the Corporation. He/she will also submit a monthly accounting of the finances to the board of directors. The Treasurer with the assistance of the President are responsible to create the budget which then is to be presented to the Executive Board to approve and then to the general membership at the March neighborhood meeting.
The Vice President will act as an aid to the President and perform the duties of the President in the absence or disability of that officer to act. He/she will also perform other duties assigned by the board; as well submit a monthly report to the board of directors when necessary.
The Secretary will record the minutes of all meetings of the Corporation and records of the Board of Directors will maintain all correspondence of the corporation.
There shall be two members-at-large on the Board and their duties include providing an additional voice for the members of the Corporation.