The Association’s officers are the president, the vice-president, the secretary and the treasurer.
The PRESIDENT is the chief executive officer of the Association. He chairs or designates an acting president to chair on his behalf all the general assemblies and meetings of the Board of Directors. He is in charge of all the external relations. He signs all documents requiring his signature. He performs all the duties inherent to his function. He is an ex officio member of all committees of the Association.
The VICE-PRESIDENT shall exercise all the powers and duties of the president if he is absent or unable to act. He also assumes all responsibilities trusted on him by the Board of Directors.
The SECRETARY attends all the members’ assemblies and the meetings of the Board of Directors; he is responsible for minutes taking. The secretary is responsible for meeting notices for the general assemblies and Board of Directors’ meetings. He keeps the archives, minutes, members’ registry; he signs, along with the president, documents pertaining to the Association’s engagements; and he prepares the reports required by various laws and other documents or letters for the Association. He also assumes all responsibilities trusted on him by the Board of Directors. The TREASURER is responsible for the Association’s funds, of its accounting books and associated documents. He deposits the money and values of the Association in the financial institution chosen by the Board. He also assumes all responsibilities trusted on him by the law.
5.2 OTHER TASKS
The Board of Directors may, by resolution, reallocate or redistribute the duties of Board members based on their availabilities or interests. The Board can give a title to some roles assumed by the directors.
5.3 THE COMMITTEES
The Board of Directors may entrust works or studies to committees for which it determines the mandate, the composition, and pays fees if needed.