1998 Class Officer Ballot 2013

Please vote for one candidate for each position below. Deadline: August 30.

Responsible for assuming active leadership of the class. He or she acts as a consultant to Alumni and Parent Programs on all matters pertaining to the class or alumni relations; for example, in recruiting classmates to serve as class officers. The President takes primary responsibility and leadership for all class activities and programs such as Homecoming and class dinners and actively supports fund-raising initiatives.
Responsible for supporting the Class President as needed; often helps in executing specific class projects.
Responsible for keeping track of the funds available for class use, reviewing class bank account statements provided by the class liaison in Alumni and Parent Programs, and bill paying.
Responsible for keeping classmates informed and in touch with one another. The Class Secretary is an aggressive news gatherer charged with writing a quarterly Class Notes column for the Amherst magazine. This person is also responsible for ensuring “In Memory” pieces are written when a classmate dies.
Responsible for recruiting and managing a group of classmates to plan and oversee class reunion activities. The success of a class reunion depends on the efforts, organization and creativity of this individual. He or she must be able to manage, delegate, meet deadlines, and be comfortable writing to the class and speaking with classmates by telephone on a regular basis in preparation for a reunion. View the Reunion Planning Handbook online.
The Class Web Editor manages online services for the class, including designing and updating the class website. A technical background is not required for this position since our online services are designed to be easy to use. Above all, the Class Web Editor needs to be a good communicator, a proficient editor and able to make frequent updates to online information.

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