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The Executive Board of CSPP consists of both elected officers and committee chairs (who are appointed by the President). The following is a list of the elected officers and a summary of their responsibilities:


1.      The President functions as the chief executive officer of the Society; chairs meetings of the members and of the Executive Board; appoints committee chairs; and implements such actions as may be decided upon by the members of the Society.  The President shall present at each annual meeting of the Society an annual report of the work of the Society, serve as ex-officio member of all standing committees, and see that all books, reports and certificates are properly kept or filed as required by law. The President shall maintain a “Corporate Book” which will include the By-Laws, Articles of Incorporation, Policies and Procedures, and any other legal documents of the Board. 


2.      The Past President serves as a consultant to the current President and to the rest of the Board, based on his/her experience as President. In addition, he/she might be asked to serve in place of the President in the event of the Presidents or President Elect’s absence or unavailability, and discharges those duties that may be assigned from time to time by the President and/or the Executive Board.


3.   The President-Elect (who needs to have served a minimum of one term on the Board to be eligible for this position) serves in place of the President in the event of the Presidents absence or unavailability, and discharges those duties that may be assigned from time to time by the President and/or the Executive Board. The President-Elect shall, in the event of the absence or inability of the President to exercise his/her office, become Acting President with all the rights, privileges, responsibilities and powers of the President. He/she is also responsible for being the Schedule Coordinator, making sure that the events placed on the website’s calendar are well-spaced throughout the year, and don’t conflict with each other. Any Board member considering an event will contact the President-Elect. He/she also shall chair or appoint a chair of the Nominating Committee, which shall select a slate of officers for the following two years and conduct an election.


4.   The Corresponding Secretary chairs the Membership Committee; manages the membership renewal process; facilitates publication of the new Directory; and such other duties as may be assigned, from time to time, by the President and/or Executive Board.  It is the Corresponding Secretarys duty to file any certificate required by a statute, federal or state.


5.   The Recording Secretary records the minutes of the business meetings of the Society and of the Executive Board and such other duties as may be assigned, from time to time, by the President and/or Executive Board.


6.   The Treasurer is responsible for the fiscal affairs of the Society and such other duties as may be assigned, from time to time, by the President and/or the Executive Board.


7.   The four Regional Representatives plan study groups, mini-meetings and regional events of educational interest regarding psychoanalysis and psychodynamic psychotherapy in their respective regions, in collaboration with the Clinical Conference Chair (to avoid content and/or scheduling conflicts).


For list of our current Board members, click on the "Contact Us" tab above. For a list of our past elected officers of CSPP, click: Past CSPP Officers

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