Executive VIce President - Role
A summary of the responsibilities of this position
The role of the Executive Vice President (EVP) has several responsibilities. Their primary responsibility is to fill in for the President at meetings or functions that the President is unable to attend due to scheduling conflicts. However, the EVP spends most of their time working on projects that are established by the Board, chairing special committees when requested, and planning several special events each year. Because the EVP may have to fill in for the President on a temporary basis, the person who occupies this position must have satisfactorily served as an Executive Board Member for at least one year during the previous 3 years that they wish to serve in that position.