NCRA’s Board of Directors ensures legal and ethical integrity and maintains accountability of NCRA’s committees, liaisons, and task forces. It follows the procedures prescribed in adopted Bylaws, Code of Ethics, Policy and Procedures Manuals, and the Strategic Management Plan.
Governance Documents/Policies and Procedures
NCRA volunteer leadership positions and entities, including its Board of Directors and all Committees, Task Forces, and Liaisons, adhere to policies and procedures.
Strategic Management Plan
The Strategic Management Plan (SMP) is NCRA’s guiding document for vision, mission, programs, and priorities. It ensures volunteer leaders and staff are working to meet the needs of the membership.
Code of Ethics
NCRA has a Code of Ethics as well as a process for filing an ethics complaint. To learn more about our Code of Ethics or how to file an ethics complaint please click the follow link.
Please Note: Complaints should be submitted to the Ethics Committee Chair.
Annual Financial Report to the Membership
With the rescheduling of the 2020 Annual Conference, NCRA presented the Annual Financial Report to the Membership on a live webinar to ensure this important report is provided to members in a timely fashion.
Presented by NCRA Sr. Treasurer, Peggy Wight, BA, CTR, the webinar was held May 28, 2020. Wight reviewed finance committee responsibilities, the NCRA 2019 Audit and investments and the impact of COVID-19 on the association.
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