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The Arizona FCCLA Board of Directors is the legal governing body of Arizona Family, Career and Community Leaders of America. Arizona FCCLA's Board of Directors is comprised of twelve members elected by chapter advisers within their respective region, a representative from the Arizona Department of Education, and the current State President. The primary functions of the Board of Directors are to set policy related to program, personnel, fiscal matters, and to be responsible for sound management. The Board of Directors also consists of non-voting members who help provide input on various matters.
Arizona FCCLA's State Adviser is responsible for running the organization on a day-to-day basis. The Board of Directors receives and acts upon the recommendations from the State Adviser relative to the management of personnel, program and fiscal matters. Arizona FCCLA's State Adviser also serves on the Board of Directors as a non-voting member.
Board of Directors Meeting Information
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