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Positions elected by Membership for a TWO-YEAR term beginning April 28, 2020, ending April, 2022:

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.

MARKETING DIRECTOR:

The Marketing Director is responsible for the Club's marketing activities, including overseeing implementation of the marketing strategy  (e.g. campaigns, events, digital marketing),  managing the Club's social media presence, and direct programs to improve social media reputation and recognition. The Marketing Director will also serve as co-Chair of the Marketing & Communications Committee. For more information, contact Marketing@cleveland2030.org.

MEMBERSHIP DIRECTOR:

The Membership Director chairs the Membership Committee and serves a critical role for the Club. The Membership Director develops and implements our strategy 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 and linking them to the various committees within the Club. We have also begun looking for ways to better collect and analyze member feedback, which the Director then communicates to the rest of the Board. The Membership Director also focuses on returning value to the Club’s members. For more information, contact Membership@cleveland2030.org

PHILANTHROPY DIRECTOR:

The Philanthropy Director chairs the Philanthropy Committee. This Director's major responsibility includes planning and implementing the Club's annual Stuff the Stocking event each December. The Philanthropy Director also develops and implements other strategies to afford Club members opportunities to give back to the community and engage in community service-oriented events.  For more information, contact Philanthropy@cleveland2030.org

Positions elected by the BOARD for a ONE-YEAR term beginning April 28, 2020endinApril, 2021:

SECRETARY:

The Club’s Secretary is the steward of the Club. They are responsible for disseminating information to members, coordinating Committee activities, managing queries and routing various requests to the appropriate committee and or director. They also serve as the manager of the Club’s facilities, Board agenda, minutes and general operation. For more information, contact secretary@cleveland2030.0rg


Committee Positions appointed for a ONE YEAR term beginning April 28, 2020, ending April, 2021:

SOCIAL COMMITTEE

Members of the Social Committee assist the Social Director in planning events, including Around Towns, wellness events, or other themed Club gatherings. The Committee will meet at least quarterly, or more frequently if the Chair and Committee desire. Examples of responsibilities include: planning events in conjunction with the City's theater and art community; organizing book club events; and organizing member events focused on health and wellness. 

COMMUNICATIONS & MARKETING COMMITTEE

Members of the Communications & Marketing Committee assist the Communications and Social Directors in maintaining the Club's social media presence, consistent messaging, and marketing plans. The Committee will meet at least quarterly, or more frequently if the Chair and Committee desire.  Examples of responsibilities include: refining and honing the Club's graphic design; and maintaining the Club's blog. 

MEMBERSHIP COMMITTEE

Members of the Membership Committee assist the Membership Director in developing and monitoring the Club's member outreach, satisfaction, and engagement initiatives. The Committee will meet at least quarterly, or more frequently if the Chair and Committee desire. Examples of responsibilities include: planning team building events for the board of directors and committee members; and designing metrics to measure member engagement and satisfaction. 

EDUCATION COMMITTEE:

Members of the Education Committee assist the Education Director in developing and monitoring the Club's educational programming initiatives. The Committee will meet at least quarterly, or more frequently if the Chair and Committee desire. Examples of responsibilities include: designing and implementing programs to enhance members' professional development, coordinating events that expose members to Cleveland history and culture.

PHILANTHROPY COMMITTEE:

Members of the Philanthropy Committee assist the Philanthropy Director in developing and monitoring the Club's philanthropic programming initiatives. The Committee will meet at least quarterly, or more frequently if the Chair and Committee desire. Examples of responsibilities include: planning and coordinating the Club's annual Stuff the Stocking benefit.