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Officer Nominations Accepted Through 11/30!

Admin, Regency Society of Virginia  | Published on 11/16/2021
The Regency Society of Virginia relies on volunteers to run it, and whether you are enjoying a social media post, asking for assistance with the website, or attending a great event, those things would not be possible without the direction of our volunteer leaders.  If you have ever wondered how you could make a difference in the RSV, here is an opportunity!  We are currently seeking officer nominations for the 2022-2023 term.  To run for office you must be a full member in good standing of the RSV (either Individual or an adult member on a Family Membership) who has been a member of the Regency Society of Virginia for at least one year.  All positions are open and in need of nominees.  Their responsibilities are, briefly:
  • President  - Provide leadership for the RSV as well as direct and coordinate other officers as appropriate for the functioning of the organization as a whole.
  • Vice-President - Assist the President as necessary by providing logistical support, programming ideas, event coordination, etc.  for the benefit of the Regency Society of Virginia.
  • Treasurer - Responsible for the general financial management of the Regency Society of Virginia. Plans and keeps track of the budgets within the organization; collects, deposits and tracks funds, makes payments and reimbursements as appropriate, and provides an annual report on the state of the RSV's finances to the officer board and membership at large.
  • Secretary - Primarily responsible for tracking membership and maintaining membership records, taking minutes at board and annual meetings, and assisting with publicity through the website, social media, etc.
Please submit your nomination no later than November 30, 2021 in order to be considered for office.  Simply e-mail us at with your name and the office for which you would like to run and we will confirm your eligibility.