Members Approve Changes to Bylaws
OHFAMA members approved two changes to the bylaws at the Annual Business Meeting that change the composition of the Board of Trustees and establish procedures for the appointment of Alternate Delegates to the APMA House of Delegates.
Proposition B-22 modifies the association’s bylaws to provide each Academy with one trustee on the Board of Trustees and create two-at large trustee positions to be voted on by members at the Annual Business Meeting.
The change will enable OHFAMA to seek out leaders who can bring unique skills and expertise to the Board of Trustees to advance the mission of the organization.
Members also approved Proposition A-22 to enable the president, with the consent of the Board of Trustees, to appoint an Alternate APMA Delegate in situations where a Delegate is temporarily unable to fulfill his or her duties.