The President-Elect (2 years) shall assume the duties of the President in the absence or upon the inability of the President to serve, and shall perform any duties assigned by the President, including issuance of meeting notices. In the event the President-Elect cannot serve in the President's absence, the Executive Board shall appoint a President, pro tempore. This is a five-year commitment from two years as President Elect, through a two-year Presidency to Past President for one year. The President-Elect shall assume the position of President upon the expiration of the two-year President-Elect term.
The President (2 years) shall have general supervision of the Chapter officers and Chairmen of all regular and special committees. He/She shall preside as Chairman at meetings of the Executive Board, and shall be, ex-officio, a member of all committees except the Nominating and Elections Committee. The President may represent the Chapter or appoint alternate representatives to other chapter, section, or Wildlife Society boards, committees or meetings. The President shall assume the position of Past-President for one year upon the expiration of the President’s term.
The Past-President (1 year) shall advise the incoming President, serve as a member of the Executive Board, and act as a field representative.
The Secretary shall be responsible for the correspondence files, the recording of the minutes of all meetings and distribution of the minutes.
The Treasurer shall be responsible for the funds of the Chapter and shall submit complete financial reports at the last meeting of the person's term of office. Duties shall also include the receipt and disbursement of funds, submitting the annual tax report form to the Parent Society, renewing the state certificate of exemption, overseeing meeting registration, working with the Membership Committee Chair in the maintenance of the membership rolls, and chairmanship of the Budget Committee.
The Representative to the Southeastern Section represents the Chapter at Section meetings, advises the Section on Chapter affairs, and serves as a member of the Executive Board. The Representative will assist the Section President by verifying mailing addresses, conducting membership drives, polling individual members, and assisting in routine Section business, and will provide the editor of the Section newsletter with news and items of interest from the Chapter area.
The two Members-at-Large shall serve as field representatives of the Executive Board, provide liaison with Chapter members, and perform other duties as assigned by the President.