Officers and Board Descriptions

Officers and Board Members for the Mid-Atlantic are selected through an election process held every spring. President and Vice-President are elected for one (1) year terms or until a successor assumes office. The Secretary, Treasurer and board members are elected for two (2) year terms or until a successor assumes office. You must be a CMSA member in good standing to serve as an officer or board member. Officers and board members are asked to attend board meetings.


  • The President is the Chapter's Chief Elected officer and is responsible to the membership for seeing that the programs and policies of the Chapter reflect the needs of the membership and further the practice of case management.

  • Chairs the Board of Directors and the Executive Committee, and is the chief executive officer of the chapter.


  • Serves as President-Elect.  This is a transitory and preparatory role and shall succeed to the presidency. 

  • Performs the duties of the President in the event of the President's inability to serve.

  • Other duties as delegated by the Board of Directors.


  • Records proceedings of the chapter, Board of Directors and all committees

  • Provides for accurate membership records and proper notices to members


  • Responsible for all funds and accounts of the chapter. Collects, dispurses and deposits all moneys in the name of the chapter.

  • Reports the financial condition of the chapter at all meetings of the Board of Directors

  • Prepares an annual report at the end of the fiscal year and submits it for tax preparation.