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Scheduled Zoom meeting.

Topic: General Board Meeting & Coaches
Time: Jan 30, 2023 07:00 PM Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Meeting ID: 839 5083 1337
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MEETING AGENDA  

Meeting Date: 1/30/2023  

Commencement Time: 7:05 PM – 8:55 PM  

Estimated  

Time

1. Technical Director Position (Cody Nordstrom) & Introduction to Board Members (Brad Weber) to Coaches  10 mins
2. Spring League Registration & Budget Revision  

  1. NorCal registration closes Feb. 10th 
  2. Cost $350 (U13-U18), $325 (U8-U12)
  3. https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1mOS-ThzwKD86NyEmT1PVDZYFYGJQZyZFYtLI3kUrMPs/edit?usp=sharing
30 mins
3. Community Foundation of Monterey County (Deadline March 4th) 

  1. Community Impact (Annual Budget) 
  2. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1vt-xG-omdgNnMLEmpxoNOY2dhdA3xnaFLOdxKqXExAw/edit?usp=sharing
25 mins 
4. North County Expansion (Feedback from NorCal) 

  1. If NorCal Approves (Castroville, Prunedale, Aromas, Royal Oaks, and Moss Landing). 
  2. Manzanita Sports Complex. 
10 mins 
5. NorCal Grant and other grants

  1. Attendance at Coach Education Courses
    • 50% of your club’s coaches (as determined by the number of teams the club has registered in NorCal) need to attend either one of our upcoming regionally-hosted basic education courses (NorCal Level 1 course), another NorCal coach education course or complete a USSF or NSCAA official coaching course.  Other coach education opportunities may also be used with prior approval from NorCal Premier.
  2. Attendance at Club Development Seminars
    • Club DOC, President, or an individual in another key leadership role needs to attend at least two of the upcoming NorCal-hosted club development seminars, or attendance at a USSF or NSCAA official course on club development/operations.  Other club development opportunities may also be used with prior approval from NorCal Premier. The club has until July 30, 2023 to complete these requirements.
  3. https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/10xMa6umayFdV87_s4P1aNLteqbcSD6q1GMBj4f0FEv4/edit?usp=sharing
20 mins
5. Goalkeeper Training, comments etc. 

  1. Coaches for a new 2014 team & 2013.
  2. Goalkeeper fee ($100, for non registered players, rec players).
10 mins
6. T-shirt Fundraising, other comments 

5 mins 

Chairman (Sandra Skenes) 

The individual who holds the position of nonprofit board chairman is the leader of the board. The board’s chairman supervises all business and affairs of the board. The board secretary often works closely with the board chairman to set the agenda for board meetings and to ensure that the nonprofit is continually compliant with all federal, state and local laws. The board chairman is usually also the facilitator for all board meetings.

Vice Chairman (Angel) 

The vice chairman of a nonprofit organization fills in for the chairman as needed. Vice chairmans may also have various other duties as outlined in the bylaws. Some nonprofits, either formally or informally, structure their boards so that the current chairman mentors the vice chairman, preparing that individual to take the next term as chairman.

Secretary (Open) 

Help the chairman gather issues for agenda items and prioritize them according to importance. The secretary ensures that all compliance documents are completed and submitted in a timely manner. During board meetings, the secretary takes the minutes and prepares them for approval at the next meeting. They are also a source for reminders of what the by-laws say about an action, for example, in regards to a quorum.  Additionally, most of the board communication goes through the secretary, who keeps contact information for all board members and puts out most of the correspondence for issues that concern the full board.

Treasurer (Jay)

A treasurer is a member of the board of directors who is in charge of the finances. Therefore, they should be aware of how to manage money appropriately and responsibly. They are responsible for overseeing assets and liabilities so the organization doesn’t operate at a loss or spend too much money.

Board Member #1 (Maria) 

Board Member #2 (Genesis) 

Board Member #3 (Arturo Ledesma)

Board Member #4 (Hector) 

Board Member #5 (Open) 

 

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