Board Positions

Serving on the NCA board is a rewarding experience! If you are interested in serving on the board in the future, we suggest volunteering to assist the board member in a position that interests you.  They will be glad for the help, and you will be well equipped to step into the role in the future.

President

Not only does the president make sure our organization run smoothly, but they also lead our meetings and events, act as the link to bring everyone together, help problem solve, and bring good news and concerns to the board.

1st Vice President – Programs & Workshops

Finds and invites talented and interesting artists to our NCA meetings so they can share their expertise with our membership. If their area of expertise is a skill that they can teach at a workshop we try to make those available, too.

2nd Vice President – Public Relations & Marketing

Links with Sacramento Fine Arts Center’s Marketing Director and Northern California Arts’ Board Chairs to help advertise shows and events using social media and press.

Past President

The Past President acts as an advisor to the board of directors.

Secretary

The primary duty of the Secretary is to record, distribute and archive the minutes of the monthly Board meetings.  Also, the Secretary is to keep track of important documents such as the By-Laws.

Treasurer

The treasurer is responsible for corporation’s funds and financial records, the collection of income and expenditures and maintain accounting procedure for the handling of the corporation’s funds.

Liaison

Brings NCA concerns/events to SFAC board and reports back to NCA what happened at the SFAC board meetings.

Newsletter Editor

Gathers the information about NCA events, both past and future, and puts them into a bi-monthly newsletter. The newsletter is issued both online and in hard copy in the larger SFAC newsletter.

Internet Technology

Maintains the NorCalArtsInc website. Update structure and content to keep both news and reference information handy for members, potential members, and site visitors. Work closely with all board members to gather material on courses, exhibits, meetings, and news, and publish it in a timely fashion.