The nine-member AACS Board of Directors has authority to exercise all corporate powers subject to the limitations of the governing documents.
Each board member is elected to a three- year term by the membership, with three director
positions open for election each year.
The AACS Executive Board establishes policies to govern day-to-day operations, reporting activities monthly to the Board of Directors.
The President is AACS’ chief administrative officer with authority over standing and ad hoc committees, including the filling of vacancies in offices of the Executive Board and on committees.
The First Vice President is responsible for membership business and policies.
The Second Vice President provides liaison and coordination for committees.
Other officers on the Executive Board are the Recording Secretary, Corresponding Secretary, Financial Secretary, Treasurer, Chaplain, Sergeant-at-Arms and Parliamentarian.
Each officer is elected to a two-year term by the membership. The next election for all officers will occur in November 2022.