In order to be eligible for office, you must be a FAFA member for a minimum of 6 months before being nominated.
Before submitting a nomination, please review the office description.
The Executive Director shall keep all records of the organization, is responsible for representing FAFA objectives in coordination with local, state, and federal officials and with other organizations; develops strategies for FAFA, and, in conjunction with other organizations, strives for effective public information and lobbying efforts, to enhance the position of FAFA, and diminish the influence of anti-multiple use activists.
The President shall direct and supervise all activities of the organization and its officers in accordance with policy guidelines established by the Executive Committee and members; shall execute all instruments on its behalf; shall chair at all meetings of the Executive Committee and general meetings of the organization; shall call such meetings of the membership as deemed necessary or prescribed by these by-laws; appoint such standing and special committees as shall be deemed necessary; shall act as official spokesperson for the organization, and shall perform such other duties usually inherent in such office.
The Vice-President shall act for the President in his or her absence and perform such other duties as the President may direct. The Vice-President shall assist the President in conducting meetings and will, at the direction of the president, assist the President in maintaining order in the meetings
The Recording Secretary shall keep a record and report to the Executive Committee and membership minutes of all meetings; keep a record of all committee appointments, and any additions or resignations from all such committees. A complete roster, including names, addresses and phone numbers of all members of the Executive Committee shall be maintained as an addendum page to the official copy of the by-laws of FAFA.
The Treasurer shall receive and be accountable for all funds belonging to the organization, maintain bank accounts and depositories designated by the Executive Committee; pay all obligations incurred by the organization . Render financial reports to the Executive Committee and membership at regular and special meetings.
Governmental Relations Officer:
Central contact between FAFA and government offices.The Governmental Relations officer will be responsible for staying informed on legislative actions and government committees that may affect public lands access, Co-ordinates and delegates letter writing and phone trees to contact Congressmen/Congresswomen concerning public land access legislation. Ensure information is effectively presented to the public, and keep track of the laws, rules and policies that affect the public land access, works to enhance a good working relationship between various agencies and FAFA. Assists with content on webpage and social media sites.
Public Relations Officer:
Keep members informed about activity pertaining to public land access. Works with the Executive Director to ensure information is effectively presented to the public, and keep track of the laws, rules and policies that affect the public land access, works to enhance a good working relationship between various public organizations and FAFA. Assists with content on webpage and social media sites.