The Board

Download the Seattle Skating Club Bylaws here.

President - Celeste Jackson

Vice Presidents -Nika Pelc & Kendra Black

Secretary - Will Eastler

Treasurer - Keith Nordine

Membership -Sanju Chettiar

Test Chair -John Healy

Events -Cindy Porter

If you are interested in volunteering to serve on the Board of Directors, please email  your intentions or questions to president@seattleskatingclub.net

The Seattle Skating Club is governed by it's elected Board of Directors.

Our Board consists of four officer positions - President, Vice President, Secretary and Treasurer; and a minimum of two to a maximum of eight further board members serving in  Trustee positions that oversee standing or adhoc committees.  The Officers serve for a two year term, with the President and Secretary up for election in even years and the Vice President and Treasurer elected in odd years.  Trustees serve for two years on standing committees and one year on adhoc committees. 

 

Officers

Qualifications. Each Officer of the Club shall have been a Home Club
Senior (over 17)or Honorary Member in good standing for the previous two (2)
consecutive skating years, inclusive of the year of the election or
appointment, and shall pay their club dues by July 31st. Employees of
and/or independent contractors with the Club, as well as professional
members of the Club shall not be eligible for an Officer position.

please see detailed duties below

President-2 year term

Secretary-2 year term

 

Trustees

5.6.1. Qualifications. Each Trustee of the Club shall have been a Home Club
Senior or Honorary Member in good standing for the previous skating year
in which the election or appointment occurs and shall have paid dues by
July 31st. Each Trustee will head a standing or ad hoc committee. This
focus of work will provide the trustee with a clearer picture of their duties
on the Board and to the club. One Trustee may head a maximum of two
(2) committees.

Standing Committees: (two year term, must attend board meetings)

Membership Committee

Description:

Run membership drive each year from June to July.  Register members with USFS.  Answer any questions and help as needed. 

Handle transfers of club, troubleshoot problems, and other administrative issues dealing with membership. 

During competition season and testing, the membersip chair must approve all applicants and competitors making sure they are members in good standing with our club. 

Membership Committee Candidates Bio: 

 

Ad hoc Committees: (one year terms, must attend board meetings)

Booster our “club spirit” Committee

Keep SSC Bulletin Boards and Display Case updated with new things.  Be involved in Summer spirit week and other events.  Encourage and boost club morale, for example, help with Regional exhibitions and parties, create posters or send off items.  Generate and carry out ideas involved in improving club cohesiveness.

Event Committee

Coordinate functions put on by the SSC, designate volunteers to do various jobs or do them yourself if you prefer.  Organize around a theme, decorate the area for a function (i.e.Halloween Skate, Regionals Exhibition and Send off, Cast parties, Holiday Gala).  Clean up.



Communications Committee (Website, Facebook, Twitter)--

SSC would like our website to be a communication hub for the club and the public. 

Duties would be to maintain and update website and blog as well as Club Facebook accounts.  Start a twitter account if the board deems it necessary.

The website builder is on Squarespace which has Wysisyg or HTML.  Updating would be more efficent on a PC, but can be done on a Mac (not ideal depending on who you talk to).  Time required as much a few times a week during competitive season, shows, or around club events, however long it takes you to upload photos and create pages.  Can be done from home.  Requires ability to write and edit blog entries, but you will be posting things given to you in final form as well.  Some knowledge of websites is ideal, but can be learned.  Clear communication with others is imperative and ability to post in a timely manner essential.  Feel free to email registrarssc@gmail.com with questions.

 

Communication Candidates 

 

Basic Skills/Bridge Program Committee

Work with the Basic Skills Program to promote the club and figure skating within the Basic Skills Program.  Will also work with Lynnwood Ice Center to promote club activities that involve Basic Skills.  

 

President

The President shall:
(a). Be the Chief Executive Officer of the Club and, subject to the
direction and control of the Board of Directors;
(b). Have general supervision of the Club, including the authority to
make essential, non-financial, time-sensitive decisions with
notification to all directors within twenty-four (24) hours;
(c). Preside at meetings of the Board of Directors and Members;
(d). Sign all bonds, deeds, mortgages, and any other agreements,
subject to the approval of the Board of Directors, and such
signature shall be sufficient to bind the Club; and
(e). Have responsibility to ensure supervision of employment
contracts of all salaried Club employees;
(f). Have the power to appoint the Vice President or a trustee to act
as Co-President subject to the approval of the Board of
Directors.

 

Secretary

The Secretary shall:
(a). Prepare minutes of the meetings of the Board and Directors
and Members and keep an electronic record and/or a hard copy
record in one or more books provided for that purpose;
(b). Authenticate records of the Club;
(c). See that all notices, including meeting dates and times, are duly
given in accordance with the provisions of these Bylaws or as
required by law. Said information can be disseminated via
email and by notice on the club website;
(d). Be custodian of the Corporate records of the Club;
(e). Have general charge of a membership list updated quarterly.
(f). Be responsible for the dissemination of electronic election
information, such as resumes, notice of candidate slates, and
announcement of the annual general meeting. Shall also be
responsible for the preparation of the ballots and the
distribution of said ballots at the annual general meeting.

(g). In general, perform all the duties incident to the office of
Secretary and such other duties as may be assigned by the
President or by the Board of Directors.

Responsibilites also include fielding or forwarding emails and/or phone calls
coming into SSC.