Most of the Association’s work is achieved by forming committees, so please volunteer to participate in any of the following committees. We need your help and would like for you to become involved with the activities going on within the Association. All nominees must be Association members in good standing. If you are a deputy clerk, you will need a letter from your chief clerk to confirm your availability to attend all the necessary meetings associated with your appointment. Any member in good standing may recommend a person to serve on the Board or on a committee. If you are interested in serving on the Association’s Board or on a committee, please submit this form to the current Association President. All nominations will be taken into consideration by the Association President, prior to appointment or election. Those nominated for a position on the Board of Officers will be elected at by vote at an annual business meeting. The President will appoint committee members unless the committee is governed by the Bylaws of the Association. The President may create a committee as he or she deems necessary. The President will also make appointments as vacancies occur. Thank you for your interests. If you have any questions or would like some additional information, please contact a member of the Board of Officers.
The Executive Committee shall be composed of the foregoing officers, two (2) prior past presidents of the Association, one (1) district representative from each of the four (4) current Congressional Districts, and two (2) members elected from this state at large.
ELECTIONS AND VACANCIES OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE: The Officers and Executive Committee members shall be elected at the electoral convention and their terms shall be for two years beginning at the adjournment of the annual convention.
DUTIES OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE: Between conventions, the Executive Committee shall constitute the governing body of the Association and shall have general management of its business funds and policies. It shall adopt policies from time to time as they appear to be required and it shall fix the compensation to be allowed any officer or employee. It may transact business by mail, facsimile or telephone, by voting upon matters submitted to it, or with the approval of the President. A majority vote of all the members of such committee shall be necessary to resolve the matter submitted. The Executive Committee may employ an executive director, professional staff and such other employees as are necessary to carry on the business of the Association under the direction of the President and Executive Committee.
2023 – 2025 BOARD OF OFFICERS AND EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
1st Vice Pres.
2nd Vice Pres.
|Brooke Stayton||Jefferson/Pine Bluffemail@example.com|
1st Dist. Rep.
2nd Dist. Rep.
3rd Dist. Rep.
4th Dist. Rep.
AT-LARGE REP. (1ST & 3RD)
AT-LARGE REP. (2ND & 4th)
|Dackery Fernandez||Garland/Hot Springs|
|Marie Johnson||Crawford/Van Burenfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Will Ray||Non-Court Memberemail@example.com|