Leadership

Leadership

Peggy Parker


Email:   pparker-pta@live.com
 

Job Description for Executive Vice President

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Key Role – Executive Vice President

  • Works as the primary aide to      the president
  • Helps lead a PTA towards      specific goals consistent with PTA purposes and policies
  • Performs president’s duties in      his or her absence
  • Carries out other duties      outlined in unit bylaws and standing rules or as assigned

Getting Started

Preparation – Review files, procedure book and materials from last term to better understand the scope of your new position and learn more about:

  • President’s role and      responsibilities
  • Duties of each officer and      chairmen
  • California State PTA policies,      best practices and resources
  • PTA council and district      information
  • Community resources

It’s also worthwhile to meet with your predecessor to talk about your new role, what past activities and efforts worked well and what needs to be tweaked to make your PTA even better.

Schedule Meeting – Get together with the president, before the term starts, to discuss your role and assignments and how you can assist him or her in managing your PTA.

How Tos

As an elected officer and member of a PTA board, the executive vice president:

  • Works closely with the      president to help run a PTA
  • Attends meetings as requested      by the president including council, district and state PTA meetings
  • Presents a report to the board      for any meeting attended on behalf of the president
  • Informs the board of new and      updated PTA materials, information and resources
  • Helps facilitate a smooth      transition between incoming and outgoing officers and committee chairmen

Did you know? … PTA Board Members:

  • Adhere to PTA financial      procedures as outlined in bylaws and State and National PTA guidelines
  • Protect members’ privacy by      utilizing member information for PTA work only
  • Attend PTA sponsored workshops      or trainings
  • Maintain a current procedure      book to pass on to a successor
  • Work together as a team to      improve the lives of all children and their families

Other Useful Information

Resources:

California State PTA – www.capta.org

  • PTA Leaders tab and more
  • California      State PTA Toolkit
  • Running      Your PTA Made Easy
  • Insurance      and Loss Prevention Guide –      Mailed annually to PTA presidents

Online Services:

  • Officer Contact System – To      enter officer and board member information and generate useful reports
  • e-Bylaws – To revise and update      PTA unit bylaws
  • Tax Filing Support Center – To      help units meet Federal and State reporting requirements
  • PTAEZ – To handle PTA      accounting needs and generate financial reports