Call for Nominations

IIBA Fredericton is currently seeking nominations for the following positions who sit on our board of directors:


 Position  Description
Treasurer The Treasurer is responsible for the management of funds for duly authorized purposes of the Chapter. The Treasurer is responsible to the Board of Directors and will submit the books for audit each year.   For a detailed description please see the Chapter By Laws
VP Communications  VP communications is responsible for community outreach, corporate sponsorship/engagement and chapter communications.
Secretary  The secretary is responsible for keeping and distributing chapter records and administering the IIBA Fredericton website.

If you are intersted in any of the above positions please forward your nomination via email to Shane Quigley The BoD is the legal authority of the Chapter.  As a board member, you will play an invaulable role in shaping IIBA Fredericton and will act in a position of trust for the organization to provide effective governance.   

  • Committement to the work of the IIBA
  • Knowledge and skills in one or more areas of Board governance: policy, finance, programs, personnel, and advocacy
  • Willingness to serve on committees
  • Attendance at Board meetings, assigned committees, annual general meetings and membership meetings
  • Support of special events

 Directors are elected by the membership at the AGM and serve a two-year term.   General Duties
 As a directory you must:

  • Approve, where appropriate, policy and other recommendations received from the Board or its standing committees
  • Monitor all Board policies
  • Review the bylaws and policy manual, and recommend bylaw changes to the membership
  • Review the Board’s structure, approve changes and prepare necessary bylaw amendments
  • Participate in the development of the Chapter’s organizational plans and annual review
  • Approve the Chapter’s budget
  • Support and participate in evaluating Director performance
  • Assist in developing and maintaining positive relations among the Board, committees and the community to enhance the Chapter’s mission