BOG Officer Position Descriptions

BOG Officer Position Descriptions

BOG Governor

Key Responsibilities:

  • Communicate Academy and Foundation programs and issues
  • Mobilize the society's grassroots members to act on legislative and public education alerts from the BOG and Academy
  • Take responsibility for reporting socioeconomic and legislative trends in your state or region to Academy staff or at BOG meetings
  • Monitor overall trends in ENT environment
  • Share the society's concerns via the resolution process
  • Work with and involve others in Academy and BOG programs
  • Attend all BOG meetings
  • Familiarize yourself with issues concerning your peers
  • Network with your fellow Governors
  • Learn the structure and responsibilities of the various BOG, Academy and Foundation committees
  • Build on your leadership qualities

BOG Legislative Representative

Key Responsibilities:

  • Focus on state and federal issues
  • Participate as part of the State Legislative Network, monitoring legislation locally and sharing this information with the BOG society, other BOG members, and Academy staff
  • Work with and involve others in Academy and BOG programs
  • Attend all BOG meetings
  • Familiarize yourself with issues concerning your peers
  • Network with your fellow Legislative Representatives
  • Learn the structure and responsibilities of the various BOG, Academy and Foundation committees
  • Build on your leadership qualities
  • Legislative Representatives should work closely with the BOG Legislative Affairs Committee.

BOG Socioeconomics & Grassroots (SEGR) Representative

Key Responsibilities:

  • Identify and assess problems within their state
  • Advise the Board of Governors regarding government regulations and other third party actions that have an impact on practice
  • Coordinate state/local BOG society efforts through their regional representative
  • Review proposed resolutions for the Board of Governors