gswida

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City of Arlington

City of Grand Prairie

Crow Holdings Industrial

E Smith Realty Partners

Sutton, Frost and Cary LLP

Worthington National Bank

 

2015 COMMITTEES AND PROGRAMS

Standing Committees

  • GSWIDA Board of Directors
    The Board of Directors authorizes the GSWIDA committees, operations, projects and events.
    Directors are elected from among voting Association members.

  • Executive Committee
    The Executive Committee oversees and evaluates the progress of the Association’s program of work. Members are selected from the board.
    Chairman: Shall be the presiding officer of the Association and shall preside at all meetings of the membership, all meetings of the Board of Directors and all meetings of the Executive Committee; shall see that all resolutions of the Board of Directors are carried into effect; and shall have such other duties as may from time to time be prescribed by resolution of the Board of Directors.
    Vice Chairman: Shall have such powers and shall perform such duties as may be specified in the Bylaws or prescribed by resolution of the Board of Directors or by the Chairman; in the event of absence or disability of the Chairman, the Vice Chairman shall temporarily preside at all meetings of the membership, all meetings of the Board of Directors and all meetings of the Executive Committee.
    Secretary: Shall see that minutes and agenda of the Board of Directors and of the membership are recorded and placed in the Minute Book of the Corporation; shall notify the directors and the members of all meetings and perform such other duties as may from time to time be prescribed by the Bylaws, by resolution of the Board of Directors or by the Chairman; and, in general, shall perform all duties customarily delegated to the Office of Secretary.
    Treasurer: Shall cause to be kept accurate accounts of all funds received or disbursed; shall deposit all funds, drafts and checks in the name of, and to the credit of the Association in such Banks and depositories the Board of Directors by resolution designates from time to time; shall have power to endorse for deposit all notes, checks and drafts; shall perform such other duties as may from time to time be prescribed by the Bylaws, by resolution of the Board of Directors, or by the Chairman; and, in general, shall perform all duties customarily delegated to the Office of Treasurer.

  • Nominating Committee
    This committee nominates new board members and officers. It is a three member committee appointed as needed by the Chairman.

  • Infrastructure & Public Relations
    This committee will serve as the Association liaison and member advocate with all governmental bodies and local news groups by tracking municipal cases which may arise that will have an impact upon the Association and the Industrial Park (such as roads, bridges, thoroughfares, sexually oriented businesses); committee will attend Planning & Zoning meetings and City Council meetings as needed representing the Association.

  • Fundraising Foundation
    The Fundraising Foundation oversees the improvement of quality of life of members impacted by the Industrial Park by identifying and focusing on education and job creation. Since 2000, the Association committed over $125,000 in monetary support to nonprofit organizations and elementary schools within the Industrial Park.

Program Committees

Each program shall have one chairman responsible for the overall program execution, and shall be a member of the board and shall report to the board at each board meeting. Chairman is responsible for soliciting and organizing volunteers to assist them in carrying out their duties.

  • Business to Business Webmaster Design & Maintenance
    Responsible for the overall production, including creating and implementing design and artwork, and maintaining the site through frequent evaluation of the Association needs and goals and by formulating and implementing strategies so that site remains a valuable member resource and communication tool; responsible for planning the Association page, including developing and writing story and content, and monitoring news-gathering events significant to the GSW Industrial Park; serve as liaison to each member in planning, directing and implementing the member page, including the contents of publication, assist in the development and content ideas, edit member pages to improve readability and ensure that content is not offensive and is in accordance with the integrity of the Association and the GSW Industrial Park. Business to Business Chairman shall serve as the point of contact providing status report to the board at each board meeting.

  • Business Crime Watch
    Responsible for the overall program of coordinating and building GSWIDA page, member web pages, performing liaison duties between the GSWIDA, SKEDS and each member, and formulating marketing and program strategies to achieve program goals as directed by the board. Membership Chairman shall serve as the point of contact providing status report to the board at each board meeting.

  • Communications: Newsletter Editor / Webmaster Design & Maintenance
    Responsible for the overall quarterly publication production of the newsletter, including artwork, layout, typesetting, printing and distribution by ensuring adherence to deadlines and budget requirements; planning the contents of publication, develop and write story and content ideas, re-write and edit copy to improve readability; placement and allocation of print space according to parameters and copy significance; verify facts, dates and statistics, and monitor newsgathering events significant to the GSW Industrial Park; responsible for creating and implementing website design, and maintaining the site through frequent evaluation of the Association needs and goals and by formulating and implementing strategies so that site remains a valuable member resource and communication tool. Communication Chairman shall serve as the point of contact providing status report to the board at each board meeting.

  • Golf Tournament Planning
    Responsible for the planning, budgeting, development and institution of the fundraising golf tournament; the planning shall include, but not be limited to, site selection for tournament, confirmation of Guest Golfer, date and time of tournament, cost and budget analysis of tournament, list of volunteers and expected duties, advertisements, solicitation of corporate sponsors, invitations, and awards.

    The Committee shall begin planning three months prior, and have a written budget prepared and presented to the board for approval, and shall be charged with keeping accurate records and present a final financial report to the board within two months after the day of the tournament.

  • Leads & Networking Planning
    Responsible for soliciting host companies, furnishing host with list of responsibilities, budgeting, advertising, preparation of and sending out invitations, RSVP’s and registration at the event. Networking Chairman shall serve as the point of contact providing status report to the board at each board meeting.

  • Membership & Member Services
    Responsible for the overall program of enlisting new members, coordinating and executing yearly membership and renewal drives, and formulating marketing and program strategies to achieve yearly membership goals as directed by the board. Membership Chairman shall serve as the point of contact providing status report to the board at each board meeting.

  • Monument Enhancement
    Responsible for advertising and soliciting the sale of monuments, secure the monument, file municipal permits and secure approvals, and oversee the installation of monument per specifications approved by the municipality. Periodically price monuments and insurance costs, and report to the board for approval to ensure the Association advertises the most current cost.

  • Power Luncheon Planning
    Responsible for site location, topic and speaker, budgeting, advertising, preparation of and sending out invitations, RSVP’s, and registration at the quarterly events. Power Luncheon Chairman shall serve as the point of contact providing status report to the board at each board meeting.

 

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