Clerks ... The Measure of Success
Welcome New Clerks!
To govern, along with the officers, the North Carolina Association of Municipal Clerks.
Members of the Board of Directors shall have been active members of the Association for at least three years. It is desirable but not required that they have achieved CMC designation from the International Institute of Municipal Clerks.
Attend all board meetings and other meetings sponsored by the Association. It is an honor to have been chosen a director by your peers. Make yourself available to serve. When given a duty, do it promptly and professionally.
One director from each of the twelve districts as outlined by the N.C. League of Municipalities. As provided by the Constitution, the Immediate Past President shall also serve as a voting member of the Board of Directors; all other past presidents shall be non-voting, ex-officio members.
Promote membership through district membership representative and general membership chairperson.
Assist regional chairperson in coordinating regional schools.
Contact all clerks within district and inform them of the Association's functions and urge them to attend. Joint travel is recommended, if feasible.
Promote general goodwill among clerks within district. Suggested ways of doing this may include but are not limited to establishing county or district meetings, and making a special effort to talk to clerks from your district at Association functions. Publicize clerk-related events within district.
Keep officers and board informed on clerk-related news such as new appointments, retirees, etc. Keep Newsletter Coordinator informed on clerks' news within your district. You may want to appoint a clerk from each county to keep you informed.
Perform all other duties as assigned by the President.