Kinship 2019 Elections


Kinship is led by a team of volunteers. Every year Kinship holds elections, for 2-year leadership terms starting at Kampmeeting. The dates and instructions for voting will be announced soon. 

This year the following positions are up for election. When it is available, you will find the Slate of Nominees below the position descriptions.

SELECT EACH POSITION TO LEARN MORE.
President
Responsibilities:
  • Serve as chief executive officer of the corporation
  • Represent the corporation in dealing with other corporations and businesses, including the signing of contracts
  • Sit in an ex officio capacity, without vote, on all committees except the nominating committee
  • Coordinate and chair membership meetings, board meetings, and executive committee meetings, when present
  • Maintain communication with the board between meetings
  • Report regularly to the membership.
Secretary
Qualifications:
All Officers must be Regular Members at least twenty‐five years of age, must have been members for at least one year, and must possess a college degree, certificate, or its equivalent as determined by the Board.

Responsibilities:
  • Ensure that records of all the business of Kinship are kept and maintained, minutes of the  meetings of the Board and the membership meetings, and business correspondence;
  • Maintain a current Leadership Directory;
  • Ensure that proper notice is given as required;
  • Chair the Governance Committee; and;
  • Submit to the Board an annual work plan identifying the specific activities and collaborative  ventures to be carried out during the forthcoming fiscal year;
Director of Church Relations
Responsibilities:
  • Act as the chief liaison between Kinship and the Seventh-day Adventist church
  • Monitor or facilitate monitoring the affairs of the Seventh-day Adventist church and report regularly to the President and/or the Board and/or the organization’s newsletter
  • Assist the Director of Kampmeeting with the identification and procurement of clergy for Kampmeeting participation, and assist with their education and preparation
  • Maintain a list of, and keep in contact with, clergy who have attended Kampmeeting and with other clergy and denominational employees who are supportive of Kinship
  • Act as a conduit for communication with the Seventh-day Adventist Church
  • Serve on the Kampmeeting Committee
  • Chair the Advisory Council and facilitate communication between the Board and the Council.
Director of Women's Interests
Responsibilities:
  • Serve as an advocate for women’s issues and concerns within the organization
  • Assist in the facilitation of networking and encourage and support participation among women members
  • Organize, facilitate, or delegate activities to implement the above
  • Advise and assist the Director of Communications in regard to outreach to women
DIRECTOR OF DEVELOPMENT
Responsibilities:
  • Serve to help keep SDA Kinship financially sound by overseeing fundraising activities and developing relationships with volunteers and donors.
  • Develop strategies to secure grants; solicit individual or corporate donations; or organize  fundraising activities, such as social events, telemarketing, direct mail, or sponsorships;
  • Create, maintain, and manage donor database for fundraising purposes;
  • Work with the Communications Team to plan advertising, public relations, and promotions so as  to keep SDA Kinship visible to make it easier to obtain donations;
  • Advise and assist the Executive Committee in regard to fundraising strategies and campaigns;
  • Chair the Development Committee; and
  • Submit to the Board an annual work plan identifying the specific activities and collaborative ventures to be carried out during the forthcoming fiscal year.

 

SLATE OF NOMINEES FOR 2019 ELECTION