The responsibility for governing NAPA rests with a volunteer board of directors, an executive committee and national officers, all operating according to NAPA’s bylaws and working in close collaboration with NAPA’s President and CEO to set strategic direction, provide necessary resources, and make key decisions that association staff then implement to meet member needs. Volunteer leadership is further distributed among committees, task forces, and other groups.
Board of Directors
The Board of Directors has the principle responsibility for fulfillment of the Association’s mission. As such, the Board has final authority over the affairs and business of NAPA. Board governance responsibilities are established by NAPA’s articles of incorporation and its Bylaws. Board members include the national officers, as well as others as specified in the Bylaws. The Board of Directors meets as necessary but at least twice a year, during the Annual Membership Business Meeting and the NAPA Midyear Meeting.
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Conflict of Interest Policy
The purpose of this Conflict of Interest Policy is to protect the interests of the National Asphalt Pavement Association (the association) in connection with any transaction arrangement that might benefit the private interests of any employee, any association Officer, Director, Committee Member or Member.