FCCA Board Positions

In order to be considered for nomination as an officer or at­-large board member, please send a Letter of Interest via email to ​[email protected] answering the following questions:

1. What FCCA position or positions are you interested in holding?

2. How do you see yourself contributing to the mission and success of FCCA in the positions in which you’ve indicated interest?

3. What are your relevant qualifications for serving in the positions in which you’ve indicated interest?

For your convenience, you can fill out this FCCA Letter of Interest PDF form for your email submission. Questions may be directed to any Executive Committee member, i.e., any current officer.  See below for additional role descriptions and details. 

Board Positions


The FCCA board is responsible for the governance of the FCCA.  Below are the board positions  including job descriptions taken from the FCCA Bylaws.

  • President – The president shall convene regularly scheduled board meetings, shall preside or  arrange for other members of the Executive Committee to preside at each meeting in the  following order: past­president, president-­elect, secretary, treasurer. The president shall become the past-­president when the past­president’s term expires.

  • President-­Elect – The president-­elect shall perform all duties and exercise all powers of the  president when the president is absent or is otherwise unable to act. The president-­elect will  perform any other duties that may be prescribed by the Board of Directors. The  president-elect shall become the president when the president’s term expires.
  • Past-­President – The past-­president shall oversee the development of the slate of prospective  board members. The past­-president will perform any other duties that may be prescribed by the Board of Directors.
  • Treasurer – The treasurer shall make a report at each board meeting. The treasurer shall chair the finance committee, assist in the preparation of the budget, help develop fundraising plans, and make financial information available to board members and the public.
  • Secretary – The secretary shall be responsible for keeping records of board actions, including overseeing the taking of minutes at all board meetings, sending out meeting announcements, distributing copies of minutes and the agenda to each board member, and assuring that corporate records are maintained.
  • At-­Large Board Members – The board is responsible for overall policy and direction of the  association, and delegates responsibility of day­-to-­day operations to the committees. The  board shall meet at least quarterly, at an agreed upon time and place.

The president, president-­elect, past­-president, and at-large board members shall serve one-­year  terms.  The secretary will fill the remainder of the open term, which will be one year. All board members may serve for up to ten consecutive years.