Leadership Opportunities

Lead Chairperson

The Lead Chairperson is responsible for facilitating regular and special meetings, develop agendas for all regular and special meetings in accordance with the Open Meeting Law, Nevada Revised Statutes (NRS) Chapter 241. The Lead Chairperson also works as a liaison for committee projects.

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Past Lead Chairperson

The Past Lead Chairperson executes all duties of the Lead Chairperson in the absence of the Lead Chairperson. This position also acts as an advisor to the Lead Chairperson and assumes duties as designated by the Lead Chairperson.

Secretary

The Secretary shall keep a record of the proceedings of each meeting of the Task Force, conduct correspondence for the Task Force, and issue such notices as may be directed to/by the Chairpersons. The Secretary shall maintain “roll call” record of all people attending a meeting.

The Secretary and Treasurer will share the duties of maintaining the membership directory and maintaining and updating the website.

Treasurer

The Treasurer shall be the custodian of the funds of the Task Force and make
disbursements with approval of the Chairpersons. They shall make financial reports to the Task Force at each meeting.

The Treasurer shall assist the Board with the submittal of grant applications, acquiring of grants, and reporting and documentation on received grants, such as those with the FDA.

The Secretary and Treasurer will share the duties of maintaining the membership directory and maintaining and updating the website.

Chairpersons 

Academia, Regulatory, Manufacturing, Industry

Chairpersons are responsible to help organize speakers and vendors for the conference. They must assist in reviewing projects and provide an appropriate list of deficiencies. Chairpersons correspond and work as liaison for Task Force projects.

Chairpersons also vote on NFSTF matters, assist the Lead Chairperson in posting meeting agenda, and provide a summary report at each meeting.