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The Chapter President sets the direction and pace of the Chapter’s activities based on the vision that has been determined by the Chapter membership, Chapter Board, and other Chapter Officers. The Chapter President serves as a leader, planner, mentor, mediator, and facilitator.
Chapter Board Member will assist the Chapter President in achieving Chapter goals and implementing decisions made by the Chapter Board.
The Chapter Secretary is the official keeper of the Chapter records and is responsible for recording, maintaining and updating Chapter records during her/his term of office.
The Chapter Financial Administrator supports the financial operations of the Chapter.
Delegate represents her/his Chapter members in the HOD and related activities, informs the Chapter of timelines, and facilitates the Chapter’s influence in the HOD.
Alternate stays informed and ready to assume Delegate position (thereafter represents her/his Chapter members in the HOD and related activities, informs the Chapter of timelines, and facilitates the Chapter’s influence in the HOD).
Social Media/PR: Responsible for maintaining the Chapter’s social media accounts, including Facebook and Twitter, and for updating the Chapter website and sending out regular newsletters.
Education: Plans CE events, including coordinating venues and arranging for transportation and lodging for CE providers.
Government Relations: Attends monthly meetings of the Delaware Board of Massage and Bodywork and reports back to Chapter on any changes in legislation or regulation that affect the massage therapy industry.
National Massage Therapy Awareness Week (NMTAW) Coordinator: Responsible for events during AMTA’s annual NMATW week (third week in October) to educate the public about the benefits of massage therapy.