EXECUTIVE EVALUATION COMMITTEE CHARGE
The BPAA Executive Evaluation Committee is assembled to assist the BPAA Board of Directors in reviewing and making recommendations about the performance and compensation of the Executive Director of the Association. The duties of the Committee are numerous; however, the most prominent of those duties are:
- Monitoring executive performance in accomplishing the Board Established Strategic Plan and operating within Board Policies;
- Making recommendations, for Board approval, on annual performance targets, salary and bonus structure, and other compensation and benefits;
- Annually reviewing contract terms and performance expectations with the Executive Director.
The BPAA Executive Evaluation Committee is a board-appointed committee and is led by the president of the association.
Board Appointed Committee per Bylaws Section 11.01 – BOARD COMMITTEES. The Board of Directors will have the following Standing Committees: (a) Audit, (b) Awards, (c) Budget and Finance, (d) Governance, (e) Executive Evaluation, and (f) Nominating. The President will appoint committee chairpersons and committee members to serve congruent with President’s term subject to approval of the Board of Directors. The President may also establish additional Standing Committees with Board approval