Allied applications to serve on the Board will be accepted through November 6, 2020.

Principal applications to serve on the Board will be accepted through 10am on November 23, 2020.  

To submit an application for review by the Nominating Committee please send the following documents to Cristalle at [email protected]:

1. Professional Resume

2. Letter of Intent: Why you'd like to serve on the Board and how your nomination would benefit BOMA KC.

3. Letter of Support: From your supervisor acknowledging that they understand and support the time commitment the position requires.

Send PDF documents to Cristalle at [email protected]

Letters should be addressed to: BOMA KC Nominating Committee.

BOMA KC ELECTIONS

Annually, a Nominating Committee convenes to produce a slate of candidates to serve on the BOMA Kansas City Board of Directors. This process, Board composition, and Board duties are outlined in the bylaws and are as follows:

NOMINATING COMMITTEE (ARTICLE V - SECTION 6):

The nominations committee shall be chaired by the immediate past president. If the immediate past president is unwilling or unable to serve as chair, the president shall appoint another past president to serve as chair. There shall be four other committee members. The chair will submit a list of names to the board for approval. At least one of the four committee members shall be a sitting board member, 1st Vice President and at least one, Principal or Allied member, who is not currently on the Board. There shall be no nominations from the floor. Allied Board member nominations must be selected by Allied Board members. They may select up to (5) five voting Allied members as nominees. Before these (5) five Allied Board Member nominations may go to the Board for final approval, they must be presented to, and voted by, voting Allied members.

BOARD COMPOSITION (ARTICLE IV - SECTION 1): 

The governing body of the Association shall be a Board of Directors consisting of the officers of the Association, which are a President, a First and Second Vice President, a Secretary/Treasurer; and the immediate Past President. At least six (6) but not more than eleven (11) at large Directors elected from the active regular membership which shall include Principal Members, Additional Members; (1) Emerging Professional, and (3) representatives of allied members. The Executive officers of the Association will be appointed by the nominating committee as vacancies arise. Officer succession terms shall rotate as follows: Secretary/Treasurer, Second Vice President, First Vice President, President and Past President. The Director’s, terms will be two (2) years each, with the terms staggered so that no more than three (3) directors’ terms expire in any one (1) year. The Emerging Professional Director shall be a Principal member that meets local EP guidelines and will serve a two (2) year term. The Emerging Professional Director is non-voting and is exempt from this company count. The Allied Director’s terms will be three (3) years each. Allied Directors should be business owners. No more than two members from one company may serve on the Board of Directors at any one time, unless the cause is change of employment. In the case of the change of employment creating more than two members from the one company, all members of the one company, greater than two, shall be replaced at the next regularly scheduled annual election.

BOARD MEMBER DUTIES (ARTICLE IV - SECTION 8 ): 

Individual Board Member’s Duties are as follows:
• Attend all board meetings (3 absences allowed)
• Regularly attend activities, including special events
• Become knowledgeable about the organization
• Come to board meetings well-prepared and well-informed about issues on the agenda.
• Contribute to meetings by expressing your point of view.
• Consider other points of view, make constructive suggestions, and help the board make decisions that benefit those organizations services.
• Serve on at least one committee.
• Represent organizations to individuals, the public and other organizations.
• Assume board leadership roles when asked.
• Keep the Executive Director informed about any concerns from the community
• Any member not following policies may be removed from the Board of Directors.