STRONG ATTITUDES SUPPORTING SISTAHS
The Secretary shall be a director of Strong Attitudes Supporting Sistahs and has a critical role in fostering communication and ensuring proper management and utilization of important organizational records. The Secretary provides administrative and clerical support to the Board, through the timely and accurate collection and sharing of information directly related to its activities. The Secretary ensures that the Board is well informed and that its activities are well documented for the use of Board members, the Governance Committee, and
relevant government bodies. The Secretary shall perform such other duties as requested and assigned by the Board of Directors.
More about the positions: The ideal Secretary is organized, detail-oriented, and knowledgeable about the inner workings of the nonprofit. The Secretary must also be capable of extracting and communicating key information from lengthy conversations. The Secretary should be prepared to call attention to policies and procedures during board meetings and decision-making processes to ensure that the board is transparent, ethical, and compliant. The Secretary should maintain and preserve all organization records in a secure location that is approved by the board. As new board members are onboarded the Secretary should record the beginning and end dates of their term. As board members complete their service term, the Secretary should send them a reminder acknowledging the end of their term limit and thanking them for their service. As the organization’s "Communicator in Chief," the Scretary should always have the most current contact information for the board and staff members on file.
About STRONG ATTITUDES SUPPORTING SISTAHS
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S.A.S.S. Inc. is committed to the empowerment of black single mothers through access to community resources and encouraging mothers throughout their motherhood journey.
Our goal at Strong Attitudes Supporting Sistahs, Inc. is to uplift black single mothers by giving new mothers a motherhood tribe to learn and grow with throughout their motherhood journey.