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From: "M. Reed" <>
Subject: Re: [BOARD-L] Asst NC
Date: Wed, 02 Sep 1998 22:37:26 -0700
I could support such a position if it were designated as an Assistant
*to* the NC. Would that work?
Nancy Trice wrote:
> >ditto Kay. The bylaws committee, if I remember correctly, decided
> >specificaly to leave out the provision for an assistant NC. The
> >felt that it would be better to leave it up to each board and NC as
> >whether they wished to have one.
> My thoughts exactly.
> >I too am in favor of asking Tim to serve but I think we may want to
> >what would be expected from an Asst NC. There wouldnt be much point
> >appointing him to the position if there was nothing for him to do. I
> >when I took over Texas I knew I was going to need some help but I
> >exactly sure what kind of help I needed. I took a short period of
> time to
> >determine where my greatest need of help was.
> >I think possibly a good duty for the Asst NC would be that of public
> >relations/publicity. Specificaly he/she could be responsible for
> >that the main purpose of this organization is not misrepresented, the
> >is correctly stated, possibly speaking to groups when possible, that
> >of thing. The NC is specifically in charge of the day to day
> operation of
> >the project so I feel this would be a benefit to the project to have
> >Asst NC devote their time to this. comments?
> How bout if the Asst is also the backup for the webmaster?
> This would
> keep it from being put off on any of you <g>.
Michael T. & Maureen K. Reed Olathe, KS
"Do as I say, not as I do" is a hypocrite.
"Do as I say, not as I did" is a teacher. - Dr. Laura Schlessinger
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