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As noted in Part 1 of this three-part series, changes to the TNNA Bylaws are occurring in order to create a more inclusive and cohesive membership. For Part 2, we’re diving deep to give you, our members, an overview of each change.
The most significant changes are happening to member voting rights and leadership positions. As it stands, only wholesale members may vote, be on the TNNA Board and/or hold an officer position. With the new proposed changes, all members will be able to vote and hold Board or officer positions. These new proposed changes also revise regulations around Board positions. Currently, there is no clear line of succession for the Board president or for the positions of vice president and secretary/treasurer. In order to flatten the hierarchy of the board and create a clear line of succession, the following officer positions are proposed within the new bylaws: president, president-elect, secretary, treasurer and immediate past president.
For more detail regarding all changes to language and more, visit the TNNA Communities.
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