The Marina Chamber of Commerce is committed to supporting the growth and prosperity of our waterfront community. As an essential part of our organization, the Board of Directors plays a crucial role in guiding our actions and ensuring the chamber’s success.
We are actively seeking enthusiastic and skilled individuals to join our Board of Directors and contribute to the bright future of our Marina community. The position we need first and foremost are officers to lead the organization.
Board Officer Positions Needed ASAP
Serves as the primary representative of the chamber, presiding over board meetings and setting the strategic direction of the organization.
President-elect (or Vice President)
Assists the President in their duties and steps in to lead the board in the President’s absence.
Maintains official records, meeting minutes, and correspondence, ensuring proper documentation and transparency.
Oversees the chamber’s financial matters, including budgeting, financial reporting, and expenditure approvals.
Directors-at-Large Positions Needed If We Are Able To Fill The Officer Seats
A Director-at-Large is a member of the Board of Directors who serves in a versatile capacity, contributing their unique skills, experience, and perspectives to the organization’s decision-making process. While they do not have a specific title or fixed responsibilities like other board officers, their role is essential in ensuring a well-rounded and effective board.
Typical duties of a Director-at-Large may include:
Directors-at-Large actively participate in board meetings, engaging in discussions, offering insights, and contributing to the overall strategic direction of the Chamber of Commerce.
They may serve on various committees within the chamber, such as finance, marketing, events, or membership, depending on their expertise and interests. This involvement allows them to make a more significant impact in specific areas of the chamber’s operations.
Directors-at-Large act as ambassadors for the chamber, representing the organization at community events, networking functions, and other relevant gatherings.
They participate in voting on critical issues and contribute to the formation of policies and strategies that drive the chamber’s success.
Directors-at-Large collaborate with fellow board members and staff to address challenges, identify opportunities, and devise solutions that benefit the chamber and its members.
They may advocate for the chamber’s interests with government officials, stakeholders, and the broader community, promoting the organization’s mission and vision.
If you are interested in learning more about the Chamber rules and guidelines, you can download a copy of our official bylaws here.
What Has The Chamber Been Up To In Recent Years?
I created a presentation at the end of the year in 2020. It helps explain some of our activities, achievements and efforts to support the local business community prior to, and through the pandemic.
Will You Consider Being an Officer for the Marina Chamber of Commerce?
In today’s fast-paced and ever-evolving business landscape, having a proactive and dynamic recruitment strategy is essential for local Chamber of Commerce organizations. The success of a chamber lies in the hands of its board members, who bring their expertise, dedication, and passion to drive the growth and prosperity of the local business community.
By implementing robust recruitment strategies, a chamber can attract top talent, ensuring a diverse and effective leadership team capable of navigating challenges, fostering collaboration, and delivering impactful results for its members and the community as a whole.
If you are interested, please reach out to Geno Quiroz (firstname.lastname@example.org)