Originally adopted by the AISAP Board of Directors, September 27, 2008; amended October 2, 2010; amended December 12, 2011.
Admission Office – Friends Academy in Locust Valley, NY
Article I: Name and Offices
Article II: Purpose
Article III: Membership
Article IV: Discipline
Article V: Dues
Article VI: Board of Directors
Article VII: Executive Committee
Article VIII: Officers
Article IX: Executive Director
Article X: Committees
Article XI: Indemnification
Article XII: Intellectual Property
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The purposes for which the Association is organized and operated are educational and charitable. The primary purpose of the Association is the support and advancement of independent school admissions professionals involved in all aspects of admission and enrollment management through education, communication, advocacy and leadership, while promoting the value of independent school education and the highest standards of good practice.
Any member of the Association may be censured, suspended or expelled by the Board of Directors with an affirmative vote equal to two-thirds (2/3) of the entire Board of Directors for failure to comply with the provisions of these Bylaws or for other good cause. Any member proposed for discipline shall be provided due process in accordance with policies and procedures approved by the Board of Directors.
The Board of Directors shall establish annual membership dues for members and categories thereof.
There shall be an Executive Committee, which subject to the limitations set forth by law and these Bylaws, may exercise the authority of the Board in between Board meetings. The Executive Committee shall be chaired by the President and shall include the Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer and the chairs of all Board committees. The Executive Director of AISAP shall be an ex-officio, non-voting member of the Executive Committee. The Executive Committee is empowered to make timely decisions when it is impractical for the Board to meet and/or when the authority to act has been granted by the Board. All actions by the Executive Committee shall be reported in full to the Board of Directors as soon as practicable.
AISAP shall indemnify any persons who are serving or have served as AISAP Officers, Directors, employees, agents, or other persons who are or have served at AISAP’s request as Officers, Directors, employees, or agents of another corporation, partnership, joint venture, trust, or other enterprise, to the fullest extent permitted by applicable law. AISAP may purchase and maintain insurance for the purpose of indemnifying persons pursuant to this Article.
The use of all AISAP intellectual property, including but not limited to the Association’s name, acronym and logo, shall be determined by policies and procedures adopted by the Board of Directors.