Are you looking to get more involved with the North Carolina Local Government Budget Association (NCLGBA)?
The NCLGBA needs your help growing and improving as an organization to provide the skill development, knowledge sharing, and networking our members need to succeed professionally and to create public value for their communities. Helping advance the local government profession by serving on the NCLGBA Board is an excellent opportunity to contribute. We have three great opportunities: 3rd Vice President, City At-Large, and County At-Large.
Below is a quick introduction into the roles and responsibilities of the 3rd Vice President and At-Large Board Members:
NCLGBA 3rd Vice President and Conference Co-Chair: In short the 2nd and 3rd Vice President work together to organize the conference and plan a dynamic agenda. This position transitions into 2nd VP and eventually becomes President of NCLGBA. In addition, this position incorporates many of the roles of the at-large board members.
NCLGBA At-Large Board Members (City/County):
- Commit to attending all 4 conferences that occur during 2 year terms
- Commit to attending all board meetings & conference planning sessions during their terms
- Assist with conference planning
- Help on-site at the conference with things like registration and other duties as assigned
- Help with special projects, like strategic plan initiatives, website content development, membership drives, sponsors, etc.
- Serve as conference liaisons (for things like location of sessions, bathrooms, elevators, etc.)
- Interact with members by introducing themselves, starting discussions at their tables during sessions, & facilitating introductions
- Promote the conference and membership in the organization to people in their region of the state and other professional associations they may be a part of.
- Volunteer to serve as a session moderator
- Bring up new ideas, actively participate in the debate/conversation of issues, and being willing to serve on specially called committees with the aim of improving the effectiveness of the NCLGBA
- Represent either Cities or Counties on the board by interacting with members and understanding their interests and ideas for improvement.
Please send nominations or questions to Stephen Hawryluk, NCLGBA President. All nominations are due Friday, April 12, 2019.