top of page

President and Vice President Duties 

  •  Prepare an agenda and preside at all meetings of the Association.

  • Supervise and direct the affairs of the Association.

  • Act as spokesperson for the Association.

  • Have the power to create committees and make appointments that he/she deems necessary to aide him/her in the fulfillment of his/her duties, subject to approval of the Board of Directors.

  • Have the power to break any tie of the Board of Directors vote.

  • Sign checks in the absence of the treasurer.

  • Approve all expenditures, newsletter material and all other activities dealing with the Association, contingent upon approval by the Board of Directors.

  • Deliver a quarterly address to the membership on the State of the Association, to be reported in the Association newsletter.

  • Appoint a formal liaison to other veterinary medical organizations within the state of Tennessee.

  • Prepare and submit an annual report to the General Membership at the end of his/her term to be delivered at the annual business meeting.

  • Turn over all Association records to his/her duly elected successor within 30 days of the completion of his/her term of office.

  • Actively seeks out corporate sponsorships

  • Serve for two years

bottom of page