Executive Committee Roles

The Executive Committee is comprised of Regular Members of CCCA. Any member of the Executive Committee shall cease to hold office upon ceasing to be a Member of the CBA/CCCA or the respective Section. 

All members of the Executive Committee undertake to familiarize themselves with resources provided to Section leaders and operate collaboratively in accordance with CBA policies and procedures.

For the September 1, 2021, to August 31, 2022, term, the Executive Committee will consist of:

  • Five (5) Officers
    • Chair
    • Vice-Chair
    • Treasurer
    • Past Chair
    • Secretary (held by the Executive Director)
  • Six (6) Members-at-Large
  • Nine (9) Branch Representatives (designated by the local Sections within the CBA provincial branches; there is no nomination process necessary for these nine positions.)

CHAIR

  • Oversee activities and preside at meetings
  • Report to the Board of Directors as required

VICE-CHAIR*

  • Act for the Chair in the absence or inability of the Chair to act
  • Attend meetings and assist the Chair and Executive Committee as needed, which may include taking the lead on one or more initiatives

SECRETARY (This role is held by the CCCA Executive Director.)

  • Prepare minutes of meetings in a timely manner
  • Attend meetings and assist the Executive Committee as needed

PAST CHAIR

  • Responsible for any Section election (significant staff assistance)
  • Attend meetings and assist the Executive Committee as needed

TREASURER**

  • Attend meetings and assist the Executive Committee as needed
  • Responsible for the financial health of the CCCA
  • Prepare financial reports for the Executive Committee
  • Sit on the CBA Finance Committee 

MEMBERS-AT-LARGE & BRANCH REPRESENTATIVES

  • Attend meetings and assist the Executive Committee as needed, which may include taking the lead on one or more initiatives.

* The Vice-Chair sequentially occupies the roles of Chair and Past Chair after their year as Vice-Chair. This is a three-year commitment.

** The Treasurer is a two-year commitment and is not part of the succession ladder.