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NBSCA Governing Structure



Under the current structure, the six (6) Executive Officers of the Association are the: President, 1st Vice President, 2nd Vice President, Recording & Membership Secretary, Corresponding Secretary, and Treasurer.

In order to widen representation, the Province of New Brunswick has been subdivided into seven (7) regions. Each region is represented by a director, duly elected at the AGM. The current Board of Directors includes the Executive Officers plus one director each from Bathurst, Restigouche, Fredericton, Miramichi, Moncton, Saint John and Perth-Andover/Woodstock.

At present, there are several standing committees, each of which report to the President. In certain instances, members of the Executive and certain Directors also serve as committee chairs. These are appointed at the discretion of the President.


EXECUTIVE OFFICERS 2014-2015
President: Mel Fitton
1st Vice President: Ian Hamilton
2nd Vice President: Llewellyn Smith
Treasurer: Brenda Perreault
Corresponding Secretary: James Walde
Recording Secretary: Lee Swanson
Past-President: Llewellyn Smith


REGIONAL DIRECTORS
Bathurst Region: Isabel McLaggan
Fredericton Region: Mark Horncastle
Miramichi Region: Plen Dickson
Moncton Region: Jean Smith
Restigouche Region: Robert MacLeod
Saint John Region: Laurie Hossack
Upper Saint John River: Suzanne Young


COMMITTEES AND ROLES 2013-2014
Fundraising Committee
Fundraising Letter Committee: Della Shepherd and
James Walde
Haggis Café and Scottish Bake Shop: Mel Fitton
Membership Committee: Dan Taylor
United Council for Scots in Atlantic Canada: Llewellyn Smith
Privacy Officers: Llewellyn Smith and
Brenda Perreault
Scottish Portal Project: Dan Taylor
Constitution and By-Laws: Llewellyn Smith
Nominating Committee: Vernon Potter
Communications  
Coordinator of Communications: Dan Taylor
NB Scottish Journal: Chris Robbins
Graphics and Design: Eric Horncastle
Website: Benjamin Ray