The Executive Board of CCMA
You are invited to nominate someone for consideration to be an Executive Board member. You may also nominate yourself. Each Fall, the Executive Board considers new nominees.
For the 2016-2017 year, CCMA has six (6) available Board spaces.
From the CCMA Bylaws and Constitution
Article V of the CCMA Constitution states the following about the Executive Board of CCMA:
The Executive Board shall have these powers: to engage in whatever activities are deemed necessary within the limits set by the Constitution, the Bylaws, and the financial resources of the CCMA:
- To oversee the business of the CCMA;
- To provide for its own organization and operations;
- To appoint and supervise an Executive Director;
- To appoint committees;
- To appoint its own successors in accord with Article II of the Bylaws.
The Executive Board shall consist of members as designated by the Bylaws.
The Executive Board shall meet at least twice annually, of which one meeting will be designated as the Annual Meeting. The Annual Meeting will include the election of new members and officers as outlined in Article II of the Bylaws, a vote on a proposed budget, and other business as needed. Special meetings may be called by the Chair or by petition of at least three elected Executive Board members.
- A simple majority of the entire voting membership of the Executive Board shall constitute a quorum for its deliberations.
- The Executive Board shall maintain a National Executive Office.
- In the event of an Executive Board vacancy, the Executive Board shall determine the time and manner of replacement.
There may be up to 15 Executive Board Members. At least six (6) Members are to be "Associates", or individuals who are active in the field of campus ministry.
Criteria for Board Membership
- Commitment to the mission of CCMA.
- Desired skills representing Board needs from a predetermined skill-set.
- Desired representation of a particular school/community/Church constituency.
- Ability to communicate effectively and confidentially with constituencies.
- Ability and willingness to devote reasonable time to meetings and service.
- Upstanding personal character.
- Ability to financially support CCMA at a level commensurate with their philanthropic capacity.
- Committed Catholic.
To Nominate an Individual