BOARD ROLE - Secretary


Muslim Women’s Alliance is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization focused on the Islamic values of fairness, service to others, and community building. MWA’s core focus areas are development of women leaders, fostering community service, mentoring women to build confidence, and empowering the community through awareness and action on social issues.

The secretary plays a critical role in fostering communication and ensuring proper management and utilization of important organizational records. However, duties may change from time to time as may be assigned by the board. A secretary will be most useful to an organization when his or her role is shaped to meet the unique structure and needs of the organization, rather than filling a standard job description.

Secretary Role
1. Attend all meetings and prepare and distribute minutes of all such meetings
2. Organize monthly board meeting location/time
3. Custodian of MWA’s meeting records and principal documents
4. Storage Facility – keep a set of keys and give at discretion to board or interns.
5. Prepare the agenda at the direction of the Executive Director for the meetings. Have these done by end of month. Give a few days prior to ED.
6. Maintain a current list of the regular attendees and supporters of MWA
7. Manage the Info Account and respond or direct to board member needed.
8. Manage the Google Phone Voicemails
9. Intern Management – Ensure payment of Interns by end of each month. Get approval of intern tasks and reimbursements from MWA Board
10. Perform such other duties as the Board of Director or the Executive Director of MWA may, from time to time, prescribe.
11. Will legally be on the bank account as one of the primary account holders Will be responsible for dispensing of money