Our Vice President, Tommy Cox, will no longer be able to serve in this office as he as accepted a position with a high school. We wish Tommy all the best with this new endeavor.
According to Section 4 of National Organization in our Constitution: “No person will be eligible for election to a national office except graduates or faculty members of the society actively engaged in theatre activities. The offices of president and vice-president will be held by full-time or retired theatre faculty from an accredited college or university.” This means that the National Office is looking for a replacement for the Vice President position of Alpha Psi Omega.
According to Powers and Duties in our Constitution Section 3 “The Vice-President will succeed to the duties and office of President in cases where the President is unable to fulfill the term of office. It is the Vice-President’s duty to be cognizant of all the affairs and policies of the society.”
This is an important and prestigious position that we need to fill. The Vice President is expected to assist with any Alpha Psi Omega business on the national level, which entails reviewing the annual scholarship applications, meeting with the other executive officers at SETC each year, and other contact hours with chapters through e-mail, phone calls, or other correspondence.
Cleo House, Jr., Alpha Psi Omega’s Region 3 representative has taken another position outside of the Region 3 area, which means we are searching for a new representative for this area.
According to our Constitution: “Regional representatives will be held by full-time or retired theatre faculty from an accredited college or university and must reside in their region unless an exception is allowed by the National Office.” Representatives often act as first point of contact for chapters in their region concerning questions or inquiries about Alpha Psi Omega.
REGION 3: (Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Vermont, Maritime Provinces, Maryland, Delaware, DC, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania).