Policy Management 
    Mar 29, 2023  
Policy Management
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BOT 13.0 - Emergency Executive Succession :

Should the President be suddenly unable to perform her/his duties, an emergency executive succession plan will be activated.

In order to protect the Board from sudden loss of chief executive services, the President will ensure that members of the staff are familiar with Board and chief executive issues and processes. 

Each year, generally at the September Board meeting, the President will identify and present to the Board the name and title of the most appropriate member of the President's Leadership Team who, in an emergency, would be responsible for assuming the duties of Acting President until the Board took action to approve a longer-term successor. At the same time, the President will present the name and title of a secondary President's Leadership Team member who could step in as Acting President if the primary person named was unable to perform the duties. 

In the event of personnel changes in either of the two named roles, the President will present updated names to the Board as soon as possible, but no later than the next regular meeting of the Board of Trustees.

Board of Trustee(s)

(was) B 2.8 Emergency Executive Succession 

CONTENT OWNER. The primary responsibility for this policy belongs to:
Office of the President, Secretary of the Board of Trustees

Office of the President, Secretary of the Board of Trustees

Three years. Requires President's recommendation to the Board of Trustees.

2021-Nov 10 Revised, Board Resolution 21-11-3

2017-Mar 09  Amended, Board Resolution 17-3-6

2014-Feb 18  Amended for Administrative Title and Numbering Change to B 2.8

2007-Jan 11  Amended

2001-May  Approved B 2.9

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