This Assembly will not only be an educational opportunity, but we are also officially forming our chapter and thus need individuals like you to rise to the challenge of helping to lead our people to success. Part of being a member of the Connecticut Puerto Rican Agenda will be making a commitment to participatory democracy in electing our leadership and on any specific issues that might arise. We encourage everyone interested in the CT Puerto Rican Agenda to consider what type of leadership role they can play.
If you are interested in a leadership position, please fill out this form: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1qGhXZE8_5PtJk95U0cNFhJmlfU3eGwkKJbO_-yC_XPk/edit
In order to ensure a strong organization and fair geographic representation, the Connecticut Puerto Rican Agenda will elect a leadership board comprised of five(5) executive positions and eight(8) regional representatives. The Board of Directors shall serve for a term of two years.
The duties of the officers are:
President - Shall preside over all meetings of the Board of Directors and, shall be an ex-officio member of all committees, shall appoint all committee chairpersons to the Executive Committee subject to the approval of the Board of Directors; shall be the spokesperson of the organization.
Vice president - shall oversee the CT-PRA development; shall act as aide to the President and perform such other duties as deemed necessary by the President and the Board of Directors.
Secretary- shall be responsible for overseeing governance and ethics matters, convening meetings, keeping accurate records of the proceedings of all meetings, maintain accurate records of the membership of CT-PRA and all internal and external correspondence of the organization and perform such other duties as deemed necessary by the President and the Board of Directors.
Treasurer- shall receive and keep a detail record of all membership fees and donations; shall record and report all disbursements; shall give a financial report at all regular meetings of the Board of Directors; shall deposit funds, maintain books covering financial operations, assets and liabilities; shall sign such papers, instruments, drafts and checks as are incidental to the office, and shall make all records available for independent audit or review by the Board of Directors.
Communication Officer- shall be responsible to coordinate and oversee all press releases and public relations activities. Shall supervise social media and the production of the NPRA publications.
Regional representative - Each county shall elect one(1) regional Representative to serve on the board elected by electors of that county. This representative shall sit on the board of directors, serve on committees, and serve as the point person for all events and organizing related to that county.
The counties are:
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If you are interested in a leadership position, please fill out this form: