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AIC Conservators in Private Practice

From: Ria German-Carter <ria<-a>
Date: Monday, January 24, 2005
The Nominating Committee for the AIC. Specialty Group,
Conservators in Private Practice is seeking nominations for the
following offices: Director, Vice-Chair, Treasurer and Nominating
Committee member.  Each board member must be a current member of
CIPP.  Please consider serving the field, or nominating a qualified
colleague for office.

The descriptions of the duties are as follows:

VII. Duties of the Board

A.  The Chair shall be responsible to CIPP for general
administration and supervision of all activities.  The Chair will
prepare the agenda for and conduct all meetings.  The Chair shall
be, or shall appoint from the Board, a CIPP liaison to the AIC Board
of Directors, and the AIC Executive Director.

B.  The Vice-Chair shall succeed the Chair in the event that the
Chair's office is vacated and shall act in the absence of the Chair.
The Vice Chair shall be responsible for coordinating all
publications and outreach, including the Business Briefs, the Web
Page and the Membership Packet. (Outside CIPP members, not on the
board but reporting to the Vice Chair, would produce the Business
Briefs and the Web Page. This would allow one person to remain in a
position for longer than a term on the board and insure a better
continuity and understanding of the work being performed.)

C.  The Secretary shall be responsible for preparing, maintaining,
distributing and preserving CIPP Records, keeping Board minutes and
coordinating mailings to members.  The Secretary shall be
responsible for the distribution of the Rules of Order and minutes
of the annual general business meeting to all members.  The
Secretary shall also be responsible for other duties as determined
by the Board.

D.  The Treasurer shall be responsible in cooperation with AIC for
financial records and accounting for CIPP funds.  The Treasurer
shall publish for the CIPP membership an annual financial report and
Proposed budget for the coming year.

D.  Directors shall consist of three members who shall be elected
for terms of three years on a rotational basis, with one new member
elected each year to the place of the outgoing member.  To
accomplish this change of term, the two persons elected in 2000
shall serve terms of different lengths: One for two years, and one
for the full three years thus establishing the rotational mechanism.
The committee member elected with the most votes shall serve a three
year term, the committee member elected with the second-most votes
shall serve as a two year term, and the current Director shall serve
one additional year term.  Once the rotational system is
established, the first year Director would assist with the program,
the second year director would be in charge of the program and the
third year Director would be in charge of the publication from the
previous year's program.

Officers (other than Nominating Committee members) may attend the
AIC annual meeting without fee.  Please contact me with nominations
or any questions. Thank you for your consideration.

Ria German-Carter, Paintings Conservator
Nominating Committee Chair
Conservators in Private Practice
2514 32nd Ave.
San Francisco, CA 94116

                  Conservation DistList Instance 18:35
                 Distributed: Friday, January 28, 2005
                       Message Id: cdl-18-35-001
Received on Monday, 24 January, 2005

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