The Executive Co-Chairs provide guidance and support to the entire organization. They act as liaisons with committee co-chairs, clarify and refine decisions for approval by the Board of Directors, lead Board meetings, hold quarterly co-chair committee meetings, provide support as ex-officio members of all committees, develop fundraising strategies, network with other organizations and consult with advisors.
The Secretary keeps minutes of the Annual Membership and Board of Directors meetings, directs notices to Board members, produces ballots, performs other duties of the office, and provides assistance to the Board of Directors as needed.
As chief financial officer, the Treasurer supervises all of IEATA®’s funds and financial activities. The Treasurer oversees and/or designates maintenance of financial records, prepares and files income tax returns, and manages the budget. Working with the board-appointed Finance Committee, the Treasurer develops the budget, collects and refunds committee receipts, and pays operational expenses.