Meet Our Board
President: Kav Richtig
The president is responsible for the basic management of Essex Medieval Heritage Society, and should be prepared to offer direction and encouragement to the members. He is to chair all meetings that he is able to attend. He may have other duties which will be determined by the Board.
External Vice-President: Stacey Soos-King
The External, or first, Vice-President shall fill in for the president in his absence. Also, he is responsible for all matters and business outside of the corporation. There are three major areas that fall under the jurisdiction of this office: 1. Supervision of the school program 2. Overall management of all events (see 8.02) 3. Public relations. 4. Essex Medieval Heritage Society goods and materials. Supervision of assets (goods and materials) includes maintenance of all corporate possessions (excluding the library). At least one of these areas must be run by the external vice-president directly. The other two may be run either by a member of the Board, or by a general member, specifically designated by the external vice-president.
Internal Vice-President: Darren Wallace
The Internal Vice-President is responsible for all matters pertaining to the internal management of Essex Medieval Heritage Society. There are two major areas which fall under the jurisdiction of this office: 1. Essex Medieval Heritage Society members and volunteers. 2. Supervision of library. Supervision of members and volunteers includes providing for the education of the members, supervising member-oriented activities, as well as being responsible for the membership drive. At least one of these areas must be run by the internal vice-president directly. The other two may be run either by a member of the Board, or by a general member, specifically designated by the internal vice-president.
Treasurer: Cathy McKee
The treasurer is responsible for all financial matters pertaining to the finances of the corporation. He shall keep a record of all income and expenditures of the corporation, shall control the deposit of monies, as well as its expenditure, and shall regard the funds as in his safekeeping. He shall give regular reports on the assets of the corporation, and be prepared to report any and all transactions to the Board. He should give a complete and accurate report of all monies collected and spent for the year. He will liaise with all other officers as necessary. Further duties may be determined by the Board
Secretary: Richard Werner
The Secretary will attend all meetings of the corporation and will keep a record of all reports and business brought before the meeting for the purpose of entering this into the minutes. The secretary shall bring the minutes of the previous meeting for approval, after which they are the formal record. The secretary is responsible for the notification process. Also, the secretary is the keeper of the corporate seal and the membership list, which should include the correct address, email and telephone number of all of the members.