Executive Committee

Section 1 - Powers & Duties. The Association Executive Committee shall exercise the power given to it by the Constitution and shall also has general supervision, control, and direction of the property, business affairs, and activities of the Association.

Section 2 - Removal from Committee. Any member of the Executive Committee may be removed from office for just cause by a three-fourths vote of the Executive Committee, with the member sought to be removed not voting. Absence without justifiable cause from two or more consecutive, regularly-called meetings of the Executive Committee shall be deemed sufficient cause for the removal from office of such member of the Executive Committee.

Section 3 – Meetings. Regularly-called meetings of the Executive Committee shall be those called by the President upon at least five days notice to the members of the Committee, provided that a majority of the members of the Committee may convene a regularly-called meeting of the Committee.

Section 4 – Vacancies. It shall be the duty of the Executive Committee to fill any vacancy occurring in its membership, and the individual appointed by the President elected to fill such vacancy shall hold office until the next ensuing Annual Meeting.

Section 5 – Compensation. No member of the Executive Committee or his or her relatives, except the Executive Secretary, shall receive any compensation or gratuity from the Association for salary or travel expenses.