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Executive Committee & Officers

The local Executive Committee and Officers see to the running of the group and keep in touch with the national Mensa organization. Contact them when you have questions, ideas, or suggestions. A word from your LocSec

 
Regional

Regional Vice-Chair: Baker Ring | RVC5@us.mensa.org
Acts as liaison between Triad Mensa and the American Mensa Committtee (AMC).  Carries out the policies and programs formulated by AMC.

 
Elected members of the Executive Committee

LocSec/Chairman: Jim Martinez | locsec@triad.us.mensa.org
As administrator of Triad Mensa, presides at all meetings of the membership. Is the chief point of contact between AML and Triad Mensa. The LocSec passes information to and from Triad Mensa and AML in a timely fashion, and is liaison with other local groups. Is ex officio member of all committees except the Election and Nominating Committees.

Deputy LocSec: David Roberts | asstlocSec@triad.us.mensa.org
Assists the LocSec, presides over meetings in the absence of the LocSec, and automatically succeeds to the office of LocSec if that becomes vacant. Deputy LocSec shall keep the minutes of the ExComm meeting and takes on duties which may be assigned by the LocSec and Excomm when needed.

Treasurer: Brian Stumpfig | treasurer@triad.us.mensa.org
Is responsible for the financial matters of Triad Mensa (receives, holds and disburses monies). Shall make quarterly reports to the membership and submit a semi-annual financial report to the ExComm that shall also be published in the newsletter. Treasurer also maintains a listing of all equipment owned by Triad Mensa.

Member-at-large: Bruce Ellington | memberatlarge@triad.us.mensa.org
The Member At Large represents the general membership on issues of interest or concern, particularly those that arise outside of the standing committee structure. The MAL listens to membership and communicates their issues, needs and interests to the Executive Committee. The MAL could conduct projects to further the goals of the group or to develop services for the membership, in which case The MAL could serve as chair of any ad hoc committee formed to develop these projects.

 
Appointed members of the Executive Committee

Publications Officer: Ken Mayo
Is responsible for picking up, assembling, and mailing the newsletter, TM,.

Membership Chair: Deborah Hosterman | membership@triad.us.mensa.org
Contacts and greets new members and plans orientation activities for them. Promotes membership retention programs. Where needed will work with Area Coordinators to increase local community events.

 
Other Officers and Appointees

Editor: Graham Helsabeck | editor@triad.us.mensa.org
As Communicator for Triad Mensa, is responsible for the newsletter, TM, providing the monthly calendar of events. Publishes notices of meetings and programs, ballots, results of meetings, and other printed materials as needed for communications among the membership. Is accountable to the ExComm for the contents of TM, furnishing a forum for officers and members.

Scholarship Program Chair: David Roberts | scholarship@triad.us.mensa.org
Coordinates Triad Mensa's participation in the annual Mensa Foundation Scholarship Competition, starting in September. Publicizes the program via TM, via this website, and by mail to schools located in Triad Mensa's area. Recruits members who judge the essays in late January.

Program Chair: Edgar Jaynes | program@triad.us.mensa.org
Arranges Triad Mensa activities, coordinating and advising officers and editor of these activities. Encourages and requests input from other members in program planning.

Testing Coordinator: Wendi Cusins  | testing@triad.us.mensa.org
Handles the administrative details of Triad Mensa's testing program and acts as the liaison between proctors and Triad Mensa as well as the prospects and proctors. The coordinator reserves testing locations and assigns prospects accordingly. Maintains testing supplies, and seeks members to become certified proctors for the group. A Proctor Coordinator, in addition to the above, is a certified proctor who can also administer supervised tests.

Ombudsman/Mediator: Kimberly Workman  | ombudsman@triad.us.mensa.org
Serves as mediator for disputes within Triad Mensa and shall be an arbitrator available to serve as a representative to a Regional hearings Committee. He/she cannot be a member of the ExComm, nor serve on the NomCom or Election Committee.

Webmaster: Brian Stumpfig | webmaster@triad.us.mensa.org
Maintains information on website and provides liaison with AML.

Service of Information, Guidance, and Hospitality to Travelers (S.I.G.H.T.) Coordinator: Kelvin Settle | SIGHT@triad.us.mensa.org
Assists Mensans who are traveling.  Provides information on local Mensa activities and local accommodations or attractions. Conscientiously responds to all inquiries and offers suggestions. The Coordinator is under no personal obligation to the traveler.

Gifted Children Chair (available)
Leads Triad Mensa's Young Mensan activities, keeping parents informed of services provided and how they can assist. Plays a key role in building and sustaining Mensa involvement for children at a local level. Schedules events for children that are also appropriate for adult members.

Proctor
Administers supervised tests to prospects, thus often becoming the first person that a potential member meets. The proctor's perspective and opinion of Mensa; may determine whether a successful candidate becomes a member or not. The proctor's work is considerably important to the healthy growth of Triad Mensa, and AML.

  • Burlington -
  • Greensboro - Ellen Muratori
  • High Point - 
  • Winston-Salem -
 
Area Coordinators
The Area Coordinator is contact person for the area assigned, responding to inquiries from members or prospects, and developing activities within that area. Promotes a sense of belonging for those members who may reside in the outer fringes of Triad Mensa. Any member can ask to be an Area Coordinator. The locations are not limited to the following:
  • Burlington....
  • Greensboro.... Ellen Muratori
  • High Point.... Max Harless
  • Winston-Salem....Barb Ford
 
 
 

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