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Article VI: Officer

Section I: Power and Responsibility of Officer

The IMSA President shall serve as the Chairperson of the Executive Committee and shall preside at all meetings of the Executive Committee, shall perform all duties customary to that office and shall supervise and control day to day affairs of IMSA, in accordance with policies and directives of the Representative Council. The annual budget and yearly working plan shall be prepared under the direction of the IMSA President within two months after taking over the office and shall be submitted to the Representative Council for approval. Notwithstanding the foregoing, the President of IMSA shall have the following specific duties. (1) The President shall review the agenda (prepared by the Secretary General) for the meetings of the Executive Committee. (2) The President shall appoint such standing or special committees, or subcommittees, as may be required by these laws or as may be necessary, and shall be an observing member without vote, as the appointment shall state, of all such committees of IMSA. The Representative Council shall approve all such committees. (3) The President shall also perform such other duties as the Representative Council may designate from time to time.

The IMSA-Sister Coordinator shall supervise and control day-to-day affairs of IMSA Sisters, in accordance with policies and directives of the Representative Council. The annual budget and working plan for day to day operation as well as long term plan shall be prepared under the direction of the IMSA Sister Coordinator within two months after taking over the office and shall be submitted to the Representative Council for approval. Notwithstanding the foregoing, the IMSA-Sister Coordinator shall have the following specific duties. (1) The IMSA-Sister Coordinator shall appoint such standing or special committees, or subcommittees, as may be required by these laws or as may be necessary, and shall be an observing member without vote, as the appointment shall state, of all such committees of IMSA-Sister. The Representative Council shall approve all such committees. (2) The IMSA-Sister Coordinator shall also perform such other duties as the Representative Council may designate from time to time.

The Secretary General powers and duties include the following duties and responsibility: (1) The Secretary General shall serves as an acting president in the absence of the President or during such time as the President is unable to carry out the duties of that office. (2) The Secretary General shall attend all meetings of the Executive Committee, and prepare and distribute minutes of all such meetings to the Executive Committee. (3) The Secretary General shall prepare agenda for the meeting of the Executive Committee. (4) The Secretary General shall process the applications of new members, the resignations, and the suspension and revocation of memberships, for the approval of the Representative Council. He/she shall maintain a current list of members of IMSA. (5) The Secretary General shall help in preparing the annual report describing the achievements, present status, future plans, proposed budget and other matters of interests. (6) The Secretary General may appoint Assistant(s) to help performing his/her duties. (7) The Secretary General shall exercise such other powers and perform such other duties as the Representative Council or the President may assign from time to time.

The Treasurer shall have all powers and perform all duties commonly incident to and vested in the office of the treasures of a corporation, including the following duties and responsibilities: (1) The Treasurer shall be responsible for developing and reviewing the fiscal policies of IMSA for the approval of the Representative Council. (2) The Treasurer shall keep the complete and accurate accounts of receipts and disbursements of all amounts. He/she shall deposit all monies and other valuable property of IMSA in IMSA name to the credit of IMSA in such banks or depositories as the Representative Council may designate. (3) Besides maintaining the monthly accounts and annual reports, whenever required by the Representative Council, the Treasurer shall prepare a financial report, which shall include the balance sheet, detail statements of income and expenses for the auditors. The Treasurer shall be able to exhibit the books and accounts to any members of IMSA at any reasonable time. (4) The Treasurer shall render a report of the finances of IMSA at the General Body Meeting or whenever requested by the Representative Council showing all receipts and expenditures for the current fiscal year. (5) The Treasurer shall provide assistance for filing all tax returns. (6) The Treasurer shall also perform such other duties as the President or Representative Council may, from time to time, designate.