Guild Technology Chair

The Guild Technology Chair is appointed by the President to serve as liaison between the Board of Directors, the Technology Management Committee, and the committee Technical and Support Specialists.

The Guild Technology Chair:

  • Is a voting member of the Board of Directors
  • Accepts and carries out such duties as may be assigned by the President of the Board of Directors in addition to those stated.
  • Attends all meetings of the Board of Directors and Guild and other such meetings as required by the President.
  • Acknowledges by thank you note or other means, appreciation for work done by Technology Management Committee and the Technical/Support Specialists.
  • Reviews the content of the public section of the Guild website to determine the accuracy and currency of the information pertaining to the work of the Committee and Chair. Sends necessary changes to
  • At the end of the year, reviews the Chair’s job description posted on the Guild website and in the Notebook. They should both be the same. Makes any necessary changes and sends to the President Elect and to
  • Attends the Notebook Turnover Meeting in late Spring and submits in triplicate the annual Report using the Sample Committee Report as a guide. These reports will be distributed to the incoming Chair, the President and one copy will be file in the Museum Library and Archives. Also, a copy of the report in MSWord format preferably, or other text format should be e-mailed to for posting on the Guild website.


  • Serve as liaison between the Guild Board of Directors, the Technology Management Committee, and the Technical Specialists.
  • Work closely with the Technology Management Committee and call and attend meetings of this committee when deemed necessary.
  • Assist the Guild President in filling the Technology Management Committee Chairmanship.
  • Assist the filling the Technical Specialist/Support positions.
  • Assist in orienting new Technical/Support Specialists to their responsibilities and monitor progress during the year.
  • Work with all Guild Coordinators and Committees to encourage coordination of all technology needs of the Guild.

Time Line


  • Assist the Technology Management Committee with budget process if necessary.

September – April

  • Act as liaison between committee, the Technical/Support Specialists, and the Board of Directors.


  • Review website description of the work of the Committee and send changes to
  • Make sure job descriptions are the same in the notebook and website. Send changes to the President Elect and to
  • Attend the Notebook Turnover Meeting and submit notebook and copies of the Chair’s annual report. E-mail report in MSWord format, preferably, or in any text format to the Guild Webmaster.

Rev 4/15/2016  – David Newark