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THANK YOU to CNO for hosting us in September!
Topic: Increasing Awareness fo State and Federal Cybersecurity Efforts
Our fantastic (thank you!) speakers were:
Chetrice Mosley - IN State Cybersecurity Program Director
Ernie Juan, FBI Intelligence Analyst
Joe Chaney, FBI Private Sector Coordinator.
Holiday Luncheon and Educational Meeting Announced:
Tuesday December 10, 2019 11:00 - 2:30 pm
FEMA's new pilot program (Scott Huffman, IDHS BC Director)
Alternative Recovery Options (Regus)
3815 River Crossing Pkwy Ste 100
Come for the lunch - stay for the training!
2019-20 Midwest Contingency Planners Board of Directors Duties
Presides at all meetings of the Corporate membership and the Board of Directors. Will have and exercise general charge and supervision of the Corporate officers of the organization. Will be an ex-officio member of all Corporate committees, but shall be empowered to cast only a tie-breaking vote. Will not chair any Corporate committee other than the Board of Directors. Will be the primary interface with all outside organizations.
Presides at all meetings of the Corporate membership and the Board of Directors in the absence of the President. Will be responsible for the monthly program format (other than the business meeting portion) of the regular Corporate meetings. Is responsible for the arrangements of Corporate speakers, panels and topics to be presented at these meetings, and arranges for payment of any cost involved through the Board of Directors. In the absence of the President, has full exercise of all rights and powers of the President. Maintains a current list of all Corporate members. Will give or cause to be given notice of all meetings of the Corporation membership and the Board of Directors.
Attends and keep minutes of all Executive and membership meetings. Maintains all bylaws and policies issued by the Corporate membership and/or the Board of Directors. Will do and perform such other duties as may be assigned by the Corporate membership and/or the Board of Directors. Will assist the Treasurer in maintaining a record of an annual statement, with such public agencies as required to preserve a nonprofit status.
Has general supervision of financial affairs. Performs all the duties incident to the office of Corporate Treasurer. Has authority to sign any check, draft or other order of Corporate payment of money. Amounts in excess of $250.00 will be countersigned by another member of the Board of Directors. The countersigning member shall not be of the same company or firm. Will make financial statements to the Corporate membership and Board of Directors, in such form and frequency as they may direct. Will provide for the custody and safekeeping of all Corporate securities and moneys. Files an annual statement, with such public agencies as required to preserve a nonprofit status. Will perform any other duties as assigned by the membership or Board of Directors resolution and/or directive.
Keeps the company website up to date, posting communications to all members, such as Meeting dates, locations, topics, minutes, etc. Will gather and post information to social media to aid members in educating and sharing best practices. Will send general communications to membership as required. Posts membership meeting announcements to social media and other publications as requested by the board.