Board Roles and Responsibilities

KIPMI Board members are volunteers that are elected every fall and serve as an officer-elect for the first year, and a voting officer for the second year. 


All KIPMI Chapter Elected Board Members are responsible for:

    • Attending all board meetings
    • Replying to motions via email within 3 business days for decisions between meetings
    • Attending all possible chapter events such as dinner and lunch meetings as a visible member of the board
    • Attending and contributing to all annual planning and strategy sessions
    • Collaborating with other board members with initiatives that cross over board portfolios
    • Keeping up on duties and responsibilities of own portfolio
    • Contributing to the overall board strategy and effective operations
    • Promoting KIPMI and its initiatives and values at business and PM community events
    • Building good relationships with members and volunteers
    • Building positive and productive relationships between KIPMI and the business and education communities
    • Contributing information for the KIPMI website

Benefits of serving as a KIPMI Chapter Elected Board Member include:

    • Gaining experience to increase your skills and qualifications as a leader
    • Collaborating with peers who share your desire to lead and grow
    • Building your professional visibility and extending your contact network
    • Helping grow the chapter and improve the profession
    • Representing the chapter at regional and/or national PMI leadership conferences (as applicable)
    • Earning PDUs
    • Giving and sharing of your time and talent is actually healthy and worthwhile.  It reinforces your sense of purpose

Click on the position title below to view a detailed position description.

President

As CEO for the KIPMI Chapter and the Chapter Board, the President is responsible for establishing the strategic direction for the chapter in concurrence with PMI's goals, and for ensuring that chapter representatives collectively contribute to the achievement of that strategy, as well as the chapter's sustainability. Position Details