Board of Directors

The Board of Administrators elected at the Annual Meeting held at Christie Village on September 23, 2017 are:

President — Jimmy Hansil

Vice President — Suzanne Rizzo

Secretary/Treasurer — Barbara Freeman

Member — Ann Scott

Member — Wanda Porter

Required Qualifications and Responsibilities for Board Membership

All board members must be at least 21 years of age and be elected by the members of the Assocation at an annual or special meeting.

General Duties. The Board shall manage and control the affairs of the Association, adopt reasonable rules of order for the conduct of the meetings of the Association, and with reference thereto, have sole determination upon procedural questions upon which no rules have been adopted, and select the officers of the Association. The Board may also establish committees of the Association and appoint members thereof. It may assign to such committees such responsibilities and duties not inconsistent with the provisions of these By-Laws or with law as it may deem appropriate. The Board may further issue and promulgate its rules and regulations as it deems necessary or proper to carry out the duties and responsibilities of itself and the Association as the same are determined and defined in the Declaration.

Because there is no longer a management company, the board shall also be responsible for the care, upkeep and supervision of the property and the property manager and the collection of annual assessments and maintenance fees from the owners.

Some additional responsibilities of Board Members

From the book Ten Basic Responsibilities of Nonprofit Boards:
1. Determine the organization’s mission and purpose. (They can and should consult with others but it’s their responsibility.)
2. Select the chief executive. (And decide what they should do.)
3. Provide proper financial oversight. (Budgeting, planning, making sure the money is in a safe place.)
4. Ensure adequate resources. (Make sure things can get done.)
5. Ensure legal and ethical integrity and maintain accountability. (This is for the organization, its members and staff.)
6. Ensure effective organizational planning. (Are programs in place to further the mission and goals of the organization?)
7. Recruit and orient new board members and assess board performance. (Making sure the board continues to function well.)
8. Enhance the organization’s public standing. (This is telling the world about the organization and recruiting new members and support.)
9. Determine, monitor, and strengthen the organization’s programs and services. (Managing the day to day stuff including fund raising.)
10. Support the chief executive and assess his or her performance. (Making sure the chief executive knows what he/she should be doing and has the resources to do it.)