The Big Kahuna. The President is the most visible and involved officer. The President runs the show, makes announcements to the group, does a lot of the behind-the-scenes work, organizes events, communicates with the outside community, answers most questions and is the voice for the club, and is the tie-breaking decision maker for the board. The President works with the vice president to set goals and strategically plan the year ahead. The President may delegate their authority to other board members, e.g. community interaction, event leads, etc.
The Little Kahuna. The Vice President is ready to step in if the President is unable to fulfill his/her duties. The Vice President assists the President with daily operations of the club. The Vice President sets the agenda for monthly meetings, keeps track of club members' Race Schedule, etc. The Vice President works with the President to set goals and strategically plan the year ahead.
Protector of the Purse. The Treasurer keeps a record of the club’s finances and accounting and shares this information with the board at monthly meetings. The Treasurer pays the bills (RRCA membership, website fees, activity expenses, etc.), maintains IRS records, and approves expenses.
Pencil Pusher. The Secretary takes minutes at meeting events and makes sure that the paperwork is accurate and complete. The Secretary serves as a backup for the Treasurer. The Secretary and Vice President conduct a yearly audit of the club finances every October.
MEMBERS AT LARGE POSITIONS
These voted on positions represent the interests of the membership at Board meetings and may serve on one or more committees. Members at large may be assigned other duties as required. There are typically one to three members at large The number of members at large will vary depending on the size of the club.