- Must be an Active Member in good standing.
- Experience as a member of the CalChiro Board of Directors
- Experience as a CalChiro Delegate (when applicable)
- Serves as the principal elected official of the Association
and shall be so recognized at all Association affairs, programs
- Presides over Board of Directors meetings as Vice Chair, (4
in-person meetings per year + strategic planning session)
- Submits an annual report to the House of Delegates.
- Preside at membership meetings
- Serves as ex-officio member on all committees and task forces
with the exception of the CalChiro Nominating Committee
- May serve as liaison to CalChiro District(s)
- Attends the Annual Conference, Legislative Day, and other
- Orients new board members in conjunction with EVP/CEO
- Assists in promoting the CalChiro-PAC and educating members
- Attends Orientation for CalChiro Committees and Task Forces,
1 day per year
- Attends District President Meetings
- Appoints an Association member to serve as a Faculty Student
Liaison from the College of Chiropractic for each Student Chapter
- Appoint all committee and task forces chairpersons and
committee members. Chair appointments are subject to ratification
by the Board of Directors
- The President shall appoint a Public Corporate Director
- The President may delete, add or modify one or more district
liaison assignments of the board members
- The President or her/his designee serves as a spokesperson
for the Association
- Assigns a board representative as a liaison to each of the
committees and task forces.
TIME COMMITMENT ESTIMATE
- The CalChiro President can expect to spend a minimum of 18 –
22 days attending CalChiro related meetings and performing
CalChiro activities. An additional 3 – 4 days could be spent in
“optional activities” if scheduling permits.
- The CalChiro President can expect to spend approximately 3
hours per week reading CalChiro material, preparing for CalChiro
activities and communicating with CalChiro members.