Board of Directors
|The Will of the Membership (Directly Elected Positions)|
|The Board of Directors|
|The Ministers||At Large Director Foo||At Large Director Bar|
|The Coordinator in Chief||The Minister of Information||Keeper of the MIBS||The Minister of Finance|
|Central Services (i.e. HacDC Organizational Administration)|
|Coordinator in Chief||Minister of Information||Keeper of the MIBS||Minister of Finance|
Appointed by the Coordinator in Chief:
Appointed by the Minister of Information:
Appointed by the Keeper of the MIBS:
Appointed by the Minister of Finance:
Note: Boldfaced positions are currently being proposed for approval on June 17. Everything else is suggested for adoption in the future
Starred positions indicate designated assistants/apprentices to the minister, appointed on the expectation they will run for election to the position at the next annual meeting.
The Board of Directors
The Board of Directors, per our Bylaws consists of the Ministers and two At-Large Directors. The Board of Directors at HacDC is largely ceremonial. Members generally directly decide on all issues before HacDC. Only certain minutae and other actions required by law are carried out by the Board of Directors.
Despite direct membership control wherever possible, the Board of Directors remains primarily responsible for the affairs of HacDC under District of Columbia Corporate Law.
Most corporate law refers to "officers". The Ministers are our Corporate Officers and serve in the following roles:
- Coordinator in Chief = President and Chairman of the Board of Directors
- Minister of Information = Executive Vice President and Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors (and Chief Information Officer)
- Keeper of the MIBS = Secretary
- Minister of Finance = Treasurer
Coordinator in Chief
Minister of Information
Keeper of the MIBS
Minister of Finance
At Large Directors
The At Large Directors are the membership's direct representation on the Board of Directors. At Large Directors should be regular members who are not involved with the day-to-day running of HacDC. They are there to offer advice and perspective to the Ministers and act as a form of internal control.