Rules and Regulations
The Columbus, Ohio IIBA Chapter is governed by the Board of Directors. The Board shall be responsible for carrying out the purposes and objectives of the Chapter and respected members.
All Directors are members in good standing with IIBA and the Chapter. Directors are elected by majority vote of chapter members in attendance at the Annual General Meeting. IIBAs Governance Framework:
- Develop and Sustain the Mission of the Organization
- Ensure the Organization has Adequate Resources
- Conduct Strategic Planning
- Approve and Monitor Programs and Services
- Maintain Internal Governance
Roles and Responsibilities
The President is the chief executive officer for the Chapter and of the Board, and shall provide leadership and direction in pursuit of the Chapter’s stated objectives. The President also performs such duties as are customary for presiding officers and serves as a member ex-officer with the right to vote on all committees.
The Secretary is the chief information officer for the Chapter and the Board and shall be responsible for the facilitation of information among chapter members and the IIBA®.
The Treasurer is the chief financial officer for the Chapter and the Board and shall be responsible for managing the day-to-day financial affairs of the Chapter.
Vice President, Education
The Vice President for Education is responsible for the Chapter’s professional development programs designed to increase the competence of the business analysis community.
Vice President, Marketing & Communication
The Vice President for Communications & Marketing is responsible for promoting the local Chapter and IIBA® via internal and external publications and events.
Vice President, Membership
The Vice President for Membership will represent the chapter within the central Ohio community to promote chapter benefits, recruit new members, welcome new members, and ensure renewals. The VP, Membership will represent the chapter to the IIBA governing organization.
Vice President, Technology
The Vice President for Technology is responsible for development and maintenance of the Chapter’s website and technical infrastructure.