The President is the chief executive officer of MAA and authorizing officer, and presides over all meetings of the membership and Board of Directors. The President works with the Executive Director to schedule the Annual Business Meeting and all Board Meetings, and to set the agendas. The President appoints Committee Chairs and Directors to fill any vacancy on the Board.
The Vice President chairs the Governance Committee, which oversees the review and revision of MAA Bylaws, job descriptions and policies and procedures. The Vice President performs the duties of the President in the absence of the President. If the office of President becomes vacant for any reason, the Vice President assumes the responsibilities of the office for the remainder of the term.
The Treasurer oversees all financial transactions and records. The Treasurer works with the Executive Director to prepare the MAA annual budget.
The Secretary take the minutes at the Annual Business Meeting and at all Board Meetings. The Secretary works with the Executive Director to ensure the maintenance and continuity of all records, correspondence, membership rolls, mailing lists and bylaws. The Secretary works with the Executive Director to provide election materials to all MAA members and tabulate and announce the election results.
Regional Directors represent one of the four state regions: Northern, Central, Western, and Southern. They serve as the link between the Individual and Institutional members in their region and the Association. All Regional Directors serve on the Membership Committee. Regional Directors may also participate on at least one Committee, Task Force or Working Group, either in a leadership capacity or on specific projects
At-Large Directors are selected to ensure that additional voices, both in terms of cultural and geographic diversity, are included in MAA leadership. At-Large Directors are expected to participate on at least one Committee, Task Force or Working Group, either in a leadership capacity or on specific projects.