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GNNA Board Elections

Are you interested in learning how GNNA is governed? How about what is involved in becoming a GNNA Board member? Well, you are in luck! GNNA Board elections will be held at the Thursday March 9, 2023 meeting. GNNA has a Board that meets monthly and prioritizes what GNNA will be working on, determining the agenda for future meetings, reaching out to partners, and a lot of other stuff. The Board is elected by GNNA members who have attended at least 2 meetings in a quarter over the last year or have attended 6 meetings over the last year. The following positions will be voted on:

  • Vice-President - takes over the the President is not available, facilitates the GNNA meetings, facilitates the annual scholarship program.

  • Treasurer- keeps track of GNNA's finances, reports on GNNA finances to the membership, makes sure the GNNA taxes are paid and annual Secretary of State filings are completed.

  • Members-at-Large - there are three open positions for the members at large. Along with attending GNNA and Board meetings, each member-at-large must volunteer with a minimum of two GNNA events and chair at least one committee. Examples include the annual holiday dinner, recruiting volunteers, clean - up committees, the website, festivals, etc.

  • Continue the reminder of the term for the Social Media Officer - share news about GNNA and neighborhood activities and businesses on twitter, instagram, etc.

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