Board Member Responsibilities
Each board member is expected to know what governance is, and to practice it as a board member.
Board members are expected to be aware of the Association's current advocacy issues and to remain apprised of new developments that affect the Association and its advocacy work.
Board members are expected to read and understand the Association's financial statements and to otherwise help the board fulfill its fiduciary responsibilities.
Board members are expected to attend five in-person board meetings per year, as well as additional teleconference and web meetings as necessary. They are expected to read materials in advance of meetings and come prepared to ask questions and positively participate in discussions.
Board members are expected to serve on one or more committees of the board and to actively participate in committee work.
Board members are expected to responsibly represent the Association as required, and to support the advocacy and policy positions of the Association.
There are five three-year positions that will come up for election at the June 2019 Annual Meeting of Members: President and directors from BC & Yukon, Ontario, Quebec and Atlantic districts. Nominations for all these positions will close March 15, 2019.
If you are interested in joining the National Association of Federal Retirees' Board of Directors and lending your voice to speak for security of retirement for our members and all Canadians, or if you would like more information, please contact the Nominating Committee by email at email@example.com
Please submit the name of the nominee, qualifications of the nominee (including previous Federal Retirees or other volunteer work), and name of supporting nominators using the Board of Directors Nominations form (pdf).