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Positions elected by Membership for a TWO-YEAR term beginning April 26, 2021, ending April, 2023:

PRESIDENT-ELECT:

The main role of the President-Elect is to learn the operation of all aspects of the Club and the assist in the management of the organization. This includes oversight of the various committees and directors as well as the Web site and communications functions. The position of PE is a dynamic position and changes slightly from year to year. In general, though, the PE should: Maintain an overtly non-partisan and agnostic culture within the Club; work with President to thoroughly understand overall leadership requirements of the Executive Board; set board policy on overall issues; enforce Board policies alongside the President; offer advice and guidance to fellow board members on a case by case basis; and maintain frequent communication with community leaders and also other Young Professional Group leaders in and around Greater Cleveland. After a one-year term as President-Elect, the person automatically assumes a one-year term as President. For more information, contact the current Director at president-elect@cleveland2030.org.


Positions elected by Membership for a ONE-YEAR term beginning April 26, 2021, ending April, 2023:

COMMUNICATIONS DIRECTOR

Communications & Marketing is the public face of the Club. The Communications & Marketing Directors are responsible for the development and management of the Club’s brand, public messaging, marketing program, public relations and social media. The Directors work with outside vendors, marketing, printing, etc., to develop collateral materials, brochures, social media pages, etc. when needed. The Communications& Marketing Directors work with the President and President-Elect on all issues relating to how the Club is positioned in the “market place”. They work with individual Directors on the promotion of various committee events and programs. These positions are also responsible for communications in support of membership initiatives, both corporate and individual, as well as for sponsorships. The Directors work with the Technology Director to hone the online content of the Club’s Web site. They are also responsible for managing social media programs, specifically managing other Director’s content and tone as needed to promote the Club, its mission and its programs. For more information, contact the current Marketing Director at marketing@cleveland2030.org.

MEMBERSHIP DIRECTOR

Membership Director serves a critical role for the Club. They are the “customer service” manager for the organization. They are responsible for managing day to day member status, renewals, new memberships, member benefit programs, discounted corporate memberships, and corporate sponsorship for the Club. Another role of the Membership Director is to recruit new members and retain existing members. Since membership is inherently a “customer service” role, the Director should focus on ways of engaging members, including but not limited to New Member Socials, and linking them to the various committees within the Club. Membership should also focus on returning value to our customers--the Club’s members. The Director should work with other Directors on Member Rewards benefits, events, and special programs. For more information, contact the current Director at membership@cleveland2030.org.

TECHNOLOGY DIRECTOR

The main role of the The Technology Director is to manage and maintain the Club’s website. This person is responsible for the programming of the site and operates as a project manager on Club-wide and site-wide technology updates and improvements. For more information, contact the current Director at technology@cleveland2030.org.

SPONSORSHIP DIRECTOR

The main role of the President-Elect is to learn the operation of all aspects of the Club and the assist in the management of the organization. This includes oversight of the various committees and directors as well as the Web site and communications functions. The position of PE is a dynamic position and changes slightly from year to year. In general, though, the PE should: Maintain an overtly non-partisan and agnostic culture within the Club; work with President to thoroughly understand overall leadership requirements of the Executive Board; set board policy on overall issues; enforce Board policies alongside the President; offer advice and guidance to fellow board members on a case by case basis; and maintain frequent communication with community leaders and also other Young Professional Group leaders in and around Greater Cleveland. After a one-year term as President-Elect, the person automatically assumes a one-year term as President. For more information, contact the current Director at president-elect@cleveland2030.org.