Electronic media may be used to send notices and minutes of Board and annual meetings, to conduct and report Board votes on time-urgent matters that require action between meetings, and to transmit other communications to the membership. Electronic media include, but are not limited to, email, texting, webpages, and teleconferencing.
According to the SUAA Bylaws, each chapter is entitled to membership on the SUAA Board of Directors, with the number of delegates specified in the SUAA Bylaws. Of the Chapter's members on the State Board of Directors, one will be the President, one will be the Vice President, and others will be named by the Board, subject to alternates being designated by the President as the need may arise. The SUAA Board normally meets twice each year: once for the annual meeting in June and once for the fall meeting in October or November.
Email and mailing addresses of members of NIUAA will not be shared with third parties. Email and mailing addresses will be used to inform NIUAA members about issues of interest to them, such as pension and legislative concerns, legislative call-to-action alerts, lobby days, and events sponsored or co-sponsored by NIUAA.
If the Board determines that NIUAA should be dissolved, the Board shall present its reasons to the members at the Annual Meeting of the membership. If the majority of the members who are present vote to dissolve NIUAA, the Board shall pay or make provision to pay all the liabilities of NIUAA. If there are any assets left after the liabilities are paid, the Board shall contribute those assets to a successor organization with comparable goals or to organization(s) that are operating for charitable, educational, or scientific purposes that qualify as exempt organization(s) under Section 501(c)(3) or 501(c)(4) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1954 or the corresponding provision of any future United States Internal Revenue Law.