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Executive Board

 EXECUTIVE BOARD, ARTICLE V, BYLAWS

The Executive board is the governing body of CAPED.  It may receive and act on recommendations from the Officers Council and from other members of the Executive Board.  The Board’s voting members include several Officers Council members, all CIG leaders, and higher Education System liaisons if available.  For the names and contact information of the Officers Council and CIG voting members, refer to the Officers Council and CIG links on the home page.

VOTING MEMBERS

Specific Officers Council (one vote each)

President

Past President

President Elect

Secretary

Vice President of CIGS

Treasurer

Vice President of Committees

CAPED Interest Groups (CIGS – one vote per CIG)

Counseling & Career Development

Access Technology

Deaf & Hard of Hearing

Adaptive Physical Education

Learning Disabilities

Autism Spectrum Disorder/Intellectual Disabilities

Program Management

Veterans

Higher Education System Liaisons if Available (one vote each)

California Community Colleges System

California State Universities System

University of California System

Private Institutions System

Please note, Ex-officio members and others may be invited to attend by the President but have no voting privileges.  Current ex-officio members and others are:  Executive Assistant, Fiscal Coordinator, Historian, all committee chairs, CAPED Convention Planner, CAPED Website Master, CAPED Fund Development Coordinator, Mentorship Program Coordinator, Regional Coordinators, Legislative Consultant and Student Representative if available.

Please also note that the Executive Board must have a quorum of a simple majority of total members to take action on resolutions or motionsA vote of passage is usually by simple majority, with some exceptions as stated in the Bylaws.  There is no voting by absentee ballot at regularly scheduled meetings.