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Southwest

USTA SOUTHWEST APPLICATION FOR THE 2020-2021 
BOARD OF DIRECTORS AND / OR NOMINATING COMMITTEE

 

June 20, 2019
<p><b>USTA SOUTHWEST APPLICATION FOR THE 2020-2021 <br />
 BOARD OF DIRECTORS AND / OR NOMINATING COMMITTEE</b></p>
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ONLINE APPLICATION - Fill out by July 24, 2019
CONFLICT OF INTEREST FORM 

 

Statement of Purpose

The Nominating Committee of the Southwest Section of the United States Tennis Association (USTA) invites you to submit an application for the USTA Southwest Board of Directors. The term of service is two years commencing on Jan. 1, 2020, and ending on Dec. 31, 2021.   

Applications must be completed and submitted electronically no later than midnight PST, July 24, 2019.  

Once completed, the applications will be submitted to the Nominating Committee.  The Nominating Committee may seek feedback from individuals familiar with an applicant’s performance in the roles listed on the application. 


Application Process: All applications will be submitted electronically.

All positions all volunteer.


DUTY AND GOALS OF THE 2019 NOMINATING COMMITTEE
:

The Nominating Committee shall make one nomination for each of the following positions and shall submit names of nominees on the slate pursuant to the terms set forth in SWS Bylaws to be voted on by the SWS Membership at the Annual Meeting of the Membership in odd numbered years.

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·       Board nominees:  The committee shall select qualified nominees for the Offices of President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer, and a maximum of up to six qualified Directors-at- Large for the next term. 

·       Nominating Committee nominees:  The committee shall select one nominee for the Chairperson of the Nominating Committee for the next term from among the current Regional Members of the committee and shall select qualified nominees for up to an additional six Regional Members of the committee for the next term.

·       Every effort should be made to select highly qualified individuals for all positions on the slate; and to achieve the best possible Regional balance on the Board and Nominating Committee.

 

Review of Process

The Nominating Committee will review all candidate applications.  This is a competitive process.  Following a review of the applications, candidates may be requested to participate in a telephonic or in-person interview. The selection process is based on many factors.  All applicants will be notified regarding the status of their candidacy no later than the end of September 2019.  Nominees selected for the slate will be notified by phone by a member of the Nominating Committee as soon as possible.


Note:
If you currently serve as a SWS officer and wish to continue service in the same or different capacity, you must reapply.

Skills required to fulfill the responsibilities of the USTA Southwest Executive Committee such as:

· Shaping the future of the USTA with long-term strategic thinking and a strong commitment to the Mission

· Creating and monitoring a set of long-term financial goals

· Providing guidance in the establishment of sound governing policies

· Serving as the link between USTA SWS staff and volunteers

· Assessing the performance of the Executive Director

 

Characteristics and Requirements of a SWS Executive Committee member:

· Must reside in the USTA Southwest Section

· Must be a member in good standing of the USTA

· Significant knowledge of the USTA

· Previous or current service with the Southwest Section and/or a SWS District in leadership positions

· Previous nonprofit board experience, either with the USTA or other.

· Business, professional, academic, volunteer, or tennis-related experience.

· Demonstrated success as a person who has actively grown the game of tennis

· Demonstrated ability to both lead and contribute as a member of a team

· Willingness to dedicate time required to participate fully in the demands of the position

· Demonstrate the ability to possess a "big picture" view of the needs of the organization

· Demonstrate the ability to possess a "big picture" view of the future of tennis in the SWS

· Known as a person of high ethical standards

 

Characteristics and Requirements of the SWS Nominating Chair:

· Must reside in the USTA Southwest Section

· Must be a member in good standing of the USTA

· May not be a current member of the SWS Board of Directors

· Must be familiar with the duties of the SWS Officers

· Known as a person of high ethical standards

· Holds broad knowledge the USTA, its Mission, and of key leaders and individuals in the SWS

 

TIME COMMITMENT FOR SOUTHWEST SECTION OFFICER POSITIONS:

Being a USTA Southwest Officer requires a significant time commitment.

 

Officers are required to attend all meetings of the Executive Committee and of the Board of Directors, and includes any other meetings and duties as requested by the SWS President.

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