Interested in Leadership? Apply for our 2021 Board!

Wed, 08/26/2020 - 19:34

We are currently accepting nominations for our 2021 leadership board, if you are interested in serving your local chapter please reach out to Brad Magick at  You can find a full description of roles and responsibilities below.  We're looking forward to welcoming some new leaders in 2021!

Reasons to volunteer:

  • Provides a safe space to practice leadership skills that you can apply in your career.
  • It's a fun and rewarding way to make an impact on the local CPCU community.
  • Provides great networking opportunities.
  • It's great to have input on the types of meetings and events we host.


Officer Roles and Responsibilities:

President: oversees all chapter and board activities and ensures the chapter is meeting its goals and objectives. Works closely with the chapter officers and directors to delegate responsibilities, serves as primary contact for national CPCU Society officers and Chapter Governor.

Vice President: serves in the absence of the Chapter President; coordinates our monthly luncheons/guest speakers and assists Directors with various chapter functions such as I-Day, local confernment, etc. Also serves as chair of the Nominating Committee.

Treasurer: maintains annual chapter budget, manages all chapter spending, maintains all financial records through Quickbooks and has primary responsibility for all chapter tax forms and records. 

Secretary: maintains chapter and board meeting minutes and all record keeping for the chapter, including maintaining bylaws and chapter email account.


Director Roles and Responsibilities:

Social Media/Communications: lead the chapter's communication strategy and online presence (website management and social media postings).

Membership: lead a committee that assists with planning and hosting chapter meetings.

New Designee: lead a committee responsible for welcoming New Designees to the chapter, planning new designee recognition, outreach, and promoting chapter membership.

I-Day: lead a committee that plans the annual I-Day conference.

Special Events: lead a committee that plans networking events such as Charity Golf, Spring Training games, wine tour, etc.

Scholarship: lead a committee that promotes and selects the recipients of the AZ CPCU Chapter Scholarship.

Mentorship: lead a committee responsible for promoting and executing mentoring activities.

Candidate Development/Student Engagement: lead a committee responsible for promoting the value of candidate development, candidate membership, and student engagement programs. Works closely with Gamma Iota Sigma Chapter at local universities.

Good Works: lead a committee responsible for identifying and planning volunteer activities for the chapter to participate in and support.

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