Along with the instructors the committee run the club. They’re responsible for a wide range of things from organizing training to selecting the teams to fight for the club. If you have any questions then please email them all at firstname.lastname@example.org
Charged with providing leadership and direction to the Committee, the President is responsible for ensuring that the Committee fulfils its responsibilities for the governance and success of the club. He/she also works to optimize the relationship between the Committee, any paid employees, volunteers and other members, and to achieve the club’s agreed goals. The Presidents is generally the spokesperson for the club and should work to maintain key relationships within and outside of the club.
Vice President (Vacant)
The Vice President is responsible for assisting the President to fulfill his/her responsibilities for the governance and success of the club. This may mean chairing meetings at short notice. The Vice President role is commonly regarded as preparation for the next President. At times the Vice President will need to work with the President to help him/her understand concerns and alternative points of view within the club.
Treasurer (Kamal Ariff Sukimi)
The Treasurer is responsible for the financial supervision of the club to allow the Committee to provide good governance of the club. The Treasurer is the chief financial management officer whose tasks include the preparation of annual budgets, planning for the organizations financial future and monitoring the organizations revenue and expenditure. It is desirable that the treasurer is well organized and possesses a level of financial expertise.
Secretary (Kenneth Kim)
The Secretary is responsible for the documentation and communication of the activities of the Committee. The secretary is the primary administration officer of the Committee and provides the links between the Committee, members and outside agencies. The Secretary should be a good communicator, maintain confidentiality on relevant matters and have the ability to delegate tasks and supervise others. Amongst the Secretary’s tasks are to prepare agendas, prepare and distribute minutes, receive and disseminate correspondence to and from the club etc. Sometimes clubs find it better to split the administrative roles so you have a Correspondance Secretary, Minutes Secretary etc.