Election

Election 2021


Nu Upsilon members are invited to participate in this year's Board of Directors Election.



We encourage you to help make a difference in the future of your Nu Upsilon Chapter.
   Link to Ballot   


This year's open positions are President, Secretary, Director, Governance Committee Member and two Leadership Succession Members.


Our goal is to promote engagement from you, our members, and as a result, have a full ballot for the 2021 election.


Sigma Nu Upsilon Leadership Succession Committee 
 
Sarah Bone-Schroyer, Dr. Patricia Etheridge, & Dr. Lisa Smith




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Position descriptions for the 2021 Sigma Nu Upsilon Ballot 

 

President: (2-year term)

  • Act as the executive officer and administrator of all business of the chapter as stated in the bylaws:
    • Participation in the biennial convention House of Delegates and other business brought forth before the House of Delegates during the term.
    • All reports are submitted to headquarters in a timely manner. Reports include: chapter annual report, bylaws submission form, verification of fees report (when applicable) and the chapter officer/committee chair report.
  • Serve as chief representative of the chapter:
    • In inter-chapter activities at the regional level.
    • Strengthen and maintain relationships with the head of chapter institutions of higher education and practice settings through regular communications and meetings.
    • Advocate for the chapter with major service agencies in the community to publicize the importance of and demonstrate value of membership and gain additional community advocates.
  • Lead the chapter board of directors and leadership:
    • Delegate responsibilities not otherwise handled by the chapter bylaws to the chapter officers, committees, task forces, and advisory councils.
    • Finalize the appointments, recommended by the Board of Directors, for all committees, advisory councils or task forces.
    • Prepare a calendar and agenda for all Board of Directors and annual business meetings with assistance, as needed, from the secretary.
    • Plan, arrange, and facilitate an orientation meeting for all newly installed chapter leaders. The purpose is to facilitate the transfer of duties and responsibilities and to formulate the strategic plan of the chapter for the coming year.
    • Serves as an ex-officio member of all committees except the Leadership Succession Committee,
    • Develop and maintain policies and procedures related to the position of president. Submit modifications or new policies and procedures to the Board of Directors for approval. 
  •  Ensure members receive benefits and chapter transparency:
    • Ensure at least one business meeting and at least two programs or events that support the purposes and goals of the honor society are held during each fiscal year.
    • Communicate the business, projects and activities of the Board of Directors to the membership. 

Secretary: (2-year term) 

  • Record and write the minutes for each Board of Directors and business meeting.
  • Distribute minutes to all members of the Board of Directors.
  • Keep an official record book of the minutes of all Board of Directors and business meetings to present to the succeeding secretary.
  • Prepare an annual report to the chapter membership.
  • Submit the list of new officers to headquarters within two weeks of officer elections and provide headquarters with updates as they occur.
  • Order all stationery, forms and mailing labels for the chapter.
  • Type and mail chapter correspondence.
  • Send membership invitations to all elected candidates, in cooperation with the Governance Committee.
  • Serve on committees as needed.

    Chapter Director: (2-year term)

    • Serve on the chapter’s board of directors: 
      • Prepare an annual report to the chapter membership regarding the director’s responsibilities and activities. 
      • Develop and maintain policies and procedures related to the position of director. Submit modifications or new policies and procedures to the board of directors for approval. 
    • Fulfill other duties as assigned by chapter:  
      • Serve on committees, task forces, or advisory councils as needed. 
      • Support chapter initiatives as determined by the board.  

    Board of Directors Election 2021


    Nu Upsilon members are invited to participate in this year's Board of Directors Election.



    We encourage you to help make a difference in the future of your Nu Upsilon Chapter.

    The 2021 Sigma Nu Upsilon Leadership Succession Committee (LSC) is seeking your nominations of candidates to stand for election for the Sigma Nu Upsilon March 2021 ballot. 

    To submit nominations, please follow this link and complete the form in its entirety by February 20, 2021.
    Our goal is to promote engagement from you, our members, and as a result, have a full ballot for the 2021 election.  If you're looking to get more involved in our chapter, now is the time and this is one of the many ways to do it!


    Sigma Nu Upsilon Leadership Succession Committee 
     

    Sarah Bone-Shroyer, Dr. Patricia Etheridge, & Dr. Lisa Smith


    page1image38890752

    Position descriptions for the 2021 Sigma Nu Upsilon Ballot 

     

    President: (2-year term)

    • Act as the executive officer and administrator of all business of the chapter as stated in the bylaws:
      • Participation in the biennial convention House of Delegates and other business brought forth before the House of Delegates during the term.
      • All reports are submitted to headquarters in a timely manner. Reports include: chapter annual report, bylaws submission form, verification of fees report (when applicable) and the chapter officer/committee chair report.
    • Serve as chief representative of the chapter:
      • In inter-chapter activities at the regional level.
      • Strengthen and maintain relationships with the head of chapter institutions of higher education and practice settings through regular communications and meetings.
      • Advocate for the chapter with major service agencies in the community to publicize the importance of and demonstrate value of membership and gain additional community advocates.
    • Lead the chapter board of directors and leadership:
      • Delegate responsibilities not otherwise handled by the chapter bylaws to the chapter officers, committees, task forces, and advisory councils.
      • Finalize the appointments, recommended by the Board of Directors, for all committees, advisory councils or task forces.
      • Prepare a calendar and agenda for all Board of Directors and annual business meetings with assistance, as needed, from the secretary.
      • Plan, arrange, and facilitate an orientation meeting for all newly installed chapter leaders. The purpose is to facilitate the transfer of duties and responsibilities and to formulate the strategic plan of the chapter for the coming year.
      • Serves as an ex-officio member of all committees except the Leadership Succession Committee,
      • Develop and maintain policies and procedures related to the position of president. Submit modifications or new policies and procedures to the Board of Directors for approval. 
    •  Ensure members receive benefits and chapter transparency:
      • Ensure at least one business meeting and at least two programs or events that support the purposes and goals of the honor society are held during each fiscal year.
      • Communicate the business, projects and activities of the Board of Directors to the membership. 

    Secretary: (2-year term) 

    • Record and write the minutes for each Board of Directors and business meeting.
    • Distribute minutes to all members of the Board of Directors.
    • Keep an official record book of the minutes of all Board of Directors and business meetings to present to the succeeding secretary.
    • Prepare an annual report to the chapter membership.
    • Submit the list of new officers to headquarters within two weeks of officer elections and provide headquarters with updates as they occur.
    • Order all stationery, forms and mailing labels for the chapter.
    • Type and mail chapter correspondence.
    • Send membership invitations to all elected candidates, in cooperation with the Governance Committee.
    • Serve on committees as needed.

      Chapter Director: (2-year term)

      • Serve on the chapter’s board of directors: 
        • Prepare an annual report to the chapter membership regarding the director’s responsibilities and activities. 
        • Develop and maintain policies and procedures related to the position of director. Submit modifications or new policies and procedures to the board of directors for approval. 
      • Fulfill other duties as assigned by chapter:  
        • Serve on committees, task forces, or advisory councils as needed. 
        • Support chapter initiatives as determined by the board.