SECTION 1. Executive, Administrative, and Judicial duties will be vested in the National Office.
SECTION 2. The duties of the President are: (a) upholding the standards and guidelines of the society, (b) presiding at all National Meetings, (c) appointing national committees, and (d) appointing the Regional Representatives. The President may, on extraordinary occasions, call a special meeting.
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.
SECTION 4. The Business Manager will conduct the business and correspondence of the society, keep an account of all receipts and expenditures, deliver an annual report at the national officer’s meeting, and is responsible for editing and distribution of the annual society publication, Playbill.
SECTION 5. The Web Administrator will maintain and update the content of the national web site.
SECTION 6. Regional Representatives are the contact person for chapters and faculty sponsors in their regions. Any proposed regional gatherings must be approved by the Regional Representative after consultation with the National Office. Regional Representatives answer queries concerning basic society functions and standards. Regional Representatives may refer some issues to the National Office in the areas of executive, administrative, and judicial matters.
SECTION 7. Any expenditures beyond typical operational costs must be approved by the National Office.
SECTION 8. The National Business Manager and Web Administrator will receive stipends as determined by the National Office due to the extent of their duties.