Board of Directors
AMAPCEO has two principal governing bodies to which members elect representatives: the Board of Directors and an Annual Delegates' Conference (ADC).
The Board is responsible for: preparing policies for consideration by the ADC, implementing the decisions of governance bodies, spending funds in accordance with the annual budget, interpreting the AMAPCEO Constitution, and managing the bargaining process for the OPS unit and, generally, for exercising authority not specifically assigned to the Delegates, to whom the Board is accountable for its actions.
The Board of Directors consists of:
- Twelve District Directors, each directly elected by and representing one of AMAPCEO's geographic districts; and
- Four Executive Officers, who together form the Executive Committee: the President, Vice-President, Secretary and Treasurer, each elected at the ADC.
Learn more on AMAPCEO’s governance structure, including the specific responsibilities of the Board and ADC.
Overview of Executive Roles
The President is the chief executive officer of the Union, responsible for carrying out the Union's mission. A member of the Board and the Annual Delegates’ Conference (ADC), and is responsible for ensuring that all policies and actions approved by the ADC and Board are properly implemented. The President is on a full-time leave, working in the AMAPCEO office, while serving as President.
The Vice-President is a member of the Executive, Board, and ADC; shares some of the leadership responsibilities of the President; fulfills the duties of the President when that officer is temporarily absent or unable to perform the duties of the office; and assumes other responsibilities as agreed by the Board of Directors.
The Treasurer is a member of the Executive, Board, and the ADC, is chief financial officer of the Union, responsible for care and custody of AMAPCEO funds and assets, as well as for maintaining accurate records of the accounts and financial transactions. The Treasurer is responsible for drafting the annual budget, sits on the Board’s Finance Committee and is an advisor to the Audit Committee.
The Secretary is a member of the Executive, Board, and ADC, functions as the corporate secretary, is responsible for ensuring proper notice is given for meetings and that minutes are recorded for meetings of all three central governing bodies. Also has the responsibility to oversee the registry of members.
The Chair of the Board, who is one of the 12 District Directors, is elected annually by the Board and joins the four executive officers as a fifth member of the Executive Committee. In addition to presiding at Board meetings, the Board Chair assumes other responsibilities that may be assigned from time to time by the Board or the Executive.
The Executive Committee may be contacted through the President, who is the Chair of the committee. Read more about AMAPCEO’s governance structure, including the specific responsibilities of the Board and ADC.
Overview of Board Committees
The Education Committee is responsible for providing advice to the Board on the long-term direction for the AMAPCEO education program. This includes developing recommendations on educational opportunities for AMAPCEO members, activists, and leadership.
The Equity Committee develops proposed policies, offers advice, and makes recommendations to the Board of Directors to ensure that AMACPEO remains a member-driven, accessible organization committed to inclusivity.
The Finance Committee acts as a forum to provide non-binding advice to the Board of Directors on AMAPCEO's budget processes and financial policies, procedures, and practices.
The Health, Safety & Wellness Committee, through education, promotion and with a problem-solving approach to issues, fosters an environment of health, safety, and wellness for members and the families both within and outside the workplace.
The Workplace Relations Committee administers the formal dispute resolution processes contained within the AMAPCEO collective agreements. It also develops, administers, and evaluates policies, procedures, and training for workplace representation; monitors employers’ application of agreements; and establishes appropriate linkages to other AMAPCEO committees and representative bodies.