SOCAP International

Heartland

Chapter Board

President

Ryan Brummond
Director,Solutions - 24-7Intouch
RBrummond@24-7intouch.com
402.681.1537

Ryan

Treasurer

Jamie Holmes
Business Process Manager - Blue Cross Blue Shield of Nebraska
jamie.holmes@nebraskablue.com
402-982-7524

Ryan

Engagement Officer

Sara Diaz
Account Development Manager - Avcomm Solutions, Inc.
sdiaz@avcommsolutions.com
866-998-9991  Ext. 1

 
Jamie

Board Advisor

Cindy Fritton
Conagra Brands
Cindy.Fritton@conagra.com

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Vice President of Membership

Open Position

Vice President of Programming

 Open Position

Secretary

Open Position



Board Role Descriptions

Chapter President

The Chapter President shall communicate to all members such matters and make such suggestions as to promote the welfare and increase the usefulness of the chapter. The Chapter President, with the approval of the Board of Directors, shall appoint committees, subcommittees, task forces and/or ad hoc committees, as are necessary and which are not in conflict with other provisions of the Bylaws. The Chapter President shall perform such other duties as are incidental to the office.

Responsibilities:

  • Conduct Chapter board meetings
  • Present old/new business at each Chapter meeting.
  • Attend National Chapter Presidents’ meetings
  • Set overall tone and direction of Chapter
  • Provide long-term view and direction for Chapter
  • Be visible to membership through letters, signed certificates and President’s message in chapter communications.
  • Develop the Chapter’s resources by encouraging member participation
  • Continue research into education/internship programs
  • Represent Chapter at outside functions as needed
  • Serve as Past President after term(s) are completed.
  • Evaluate Chapter activities to make sure we are meeting members needs.
  • Notify National SOCAP office at beginning of new year as to which Officers/Board members should receive specific reports.

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Chapter Vice-President: Programs

There shall be a Chapter Vice President: Programs who shall be responsible for such duties as are assigned by the Chapter President. The Chapter Vice President: Programs shall perform the duties of the Chapter President in the event of the Chapter President’s inability to serve. The Chapter Vice President: Programs shall also be responsible for developing ideas for increasing active membership and developing and executing chapter successful chapter programs.

Responsibilities:

  • Assist the Chapter President as needed
  • Attend National Chapter Presidents’ meetings when possible
  • Serve as Chair of the Programs Committee and develop chapter programming activities.
  • Communicate chapter programs to membership and encourage attendance
  • Greet members and guests at door of Chapter meetings. In planned absence, designate other board member to act in that capacity

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Chapter Vice-President: Membership

There shall be a Chapter Vice President: Membership who shall be responsible for such duties as are assigned by the Chapter President. The Chapter Vice President: Membership shall be responsible for developing ideas for increasing membership and encourage active membership.

Responsibilities:

  • Assist the Chapter President as needed
  • Attend National Chapter Presidents’ meetings when possible
  • Serve as Chair of the Membership Committee
  • Phone new members prior to chapter meetings and follow-up with new guests after meetings
  • Send welcome letter to new members
  • Greet members and guests at door of Chapter meetings.
  • Develop projects/programs that will increase and sustain membership
  • Coordinate Milestones of Membership Recognition Program

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Chapter Secretary

There shall be a Chapter Secretary/Historian who shall be responsible for the proper recording of proceedings of meetings of the Chapter. The Chapter Secretary/Historian shall, in general, perform all duties incidental to the office of the Chapter Secretary/Historian. The Chapter Secretary/Historian shall also maintain all past history of the Chapter and represent the Chapter as the Historian. At the expiration of the Chapter Secretary/Historian’s term of office, all books and other property shall be delivered to the elected successor, or in the absence of a successor, such property shall be delivered to the Chapter President.

Responsibilities:

  • Keep accurate minutes of all board meetings
  • Send copies of minutes to the SOCAP office and each board member
  • Assist with official correspondence
  • Maintain an archives file (including newsletters, meeting announcements, minutes, etc.)
  • Send notice to board members of date, time and place of board meetings and assist with any arrangements required
  • Assist with the registration at Chapter meetings as needed
  • Update the board phone/fax/email list for the January meeting and also distribute copies to SOCAP and each board member

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Chapter Treasurer

There shall be a Chapter Treasurer who shall be responsible for the receipt of all members’ assessments by the Chapter, and establishing and following proper accounting procedures. The Chapter Treasurer shall, in general, perform all duties incidental to the office of the Chapter Treasurer. At the end of the fiscal year, the Chapter Treasurer shall prepare an annual report to be submitted to the SOCAP Treasurer and may be subject to an audit. At the expiration of Chapter Treasurer’s term of office, all books, money and other property shall be delivered to the elected successor, or in the absence of a successor, such property shall be delivered to the Chapter President.

Responsibilities:

  • Keep books updated and balanced
  • Pay bills timely
  • Keep board informed of the Chapter’s financial status on at least a quarterly and year-to-date basis. Report should be made at each board meeting
  • Maintain separate operating and reserve funds
  • Prepare annual report for SOCAP
  • Assist with registration at Chapter meetings as needed and follow-up with any individuals who may owe the Chapter fees
  • Recommend wise investments for reserve funds

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Chapter Engagement Officer

There shall be a Chapter Engagement Officer who shall be responsible for the maintenance and monitoring of all Chapter based technology mediums including but not limited to: local chapter website, LinkedIn group account, Facebook shared fan page and other social media solutions identified by the Chapter President. The Chapter Engagement Officer will review contractual agreements on an annual basis to ensure the local website is cost effective / competitive and that content included on all social media publications are professional in tone and represent the local and national SOCAP mission properly.

Responsibilities:

  • Maintain site content material on a routine basis as defined by the chapter president.
  • Work with technical web development team to revise material as needed.
  • Work with technical web development team to address timely outage or service interruptions.
  • Promote cross selling of website real estate as an added revenue stream for the local

chapter by advertising with vendors as appropriate and agreed upon by the local chapter board.

  • Maintain and update content material on identified chapter social media forums including LinkedIn, Facebook and others as identified by the local chapter board.
  • Recommend wise technology investments which promote outreach within the local chapter to grow the membership base while further encouraging networking capabilities with existing chapter members.

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