• 2019 - 2020

    Vista PTSO Officers & Committee Chairs

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    President

    Elvia Triki

    vdlptsopresident@gmail.com

      

    Executive Vice-President

    Fabienne Johansson

    vdlptsovicepresident@gmail.com

      

    Treasurer

    Shizuka Wire

    vdlptsotreasurer@gmail.com

     

    Secretary

    Catrina Bojorquez

    vdlptsosecretary@gmail.com

     

     

    VP of Events

    Jenn Collins

    vdlptsoevents@gmail.com

     

    VP of Communications

    PSTO Website/Facebook/IG

    Jennypher Doan

    vdlptsocommunications@gmail.com

    -and-

    Nam Mishra

    vdlptsocommunications@gmail.com

     

    VP of Fundraising

    YK Chalam

    Chalam77@yahoo.com

     

    VP of Programs

     

    Jana Daebelliehn  

    Parliamentarian

    Kiersten Brunt

      

    Auditor

    Leena Saxena

      

    Corresponding Secretary

    Elisse Tweet 

     

    FMS Liaison

    Adriana Azar

      

    Hospitality Chair/Teacher

    Appreciation

    Leanne Fife

     

     

     

     

    Board Officer Descriptions:

    President: The president shall prepare the agenda for and preside over all meetings of the organization and executive board, serve as the primary contact for the principal, represent the organization at meetings outside the organization, serve as an ex officio member of all committees except the nominating committee, and coordinate the work of all the officers and committees so that the purpose of the organization is served.

    Executive Vice President: The executive vice president shall assist the president and carry out the president’s duties in his or her absence or inability to serve. 

    Secretary: The secretary shall keep all records of the organization, take and record minutes of the meetings, and send notices of meetings to the membership. The secretary also keeps a copy of the minutes book and brings it to meetings.

    Treasurer: The treasurer shall receive all funds of the organization, keep an accurate record of receipts and expenditures, and pay out funds in accordance with the approval of the executive board.  He or she will present a financial statement at every meeting and at other times of the year when requested by the executive board, and make a full report at the end of the year.  The treasurer will secure two signatures on all checks. (Any two of the following officers are authorized to sign: president, treasurer, executive vice president and/or secretary.) The treasurer shall keep a copy of the minutes and present the organization's financial records to the auditor for the audits at the end of December and at the end of June.

    Vice President(s): The vice president(s) will assist in coordinating and overseeing the various committee chairs and other responsibilities as defined and agreed upon by the executive board. The vice president(s) will also assist the Executive VP in performing presidential duties as needed.  The Vice Presidents shall consist of:

    VP of Fundraising: 

    • Works with a committee to plan and organize fundraising activities, including membership drive and possible larger fundraisers
    • Focuses on raising the amount of funds needed to meet the unit’s budget
    • Presents reports on proposed fundraising activities at board and association meetings for approval

     VP of Program:

    • Works with Sober Grad Night Committee
    • Sunshine Funds
    • Teacher Grants
    • Hospitality/Staff Appreciation

    VP of Events:

    • Works with Sunshine Fund
    • Works with Teacher Grants
    • Liaison for Supported VDL Programs

     VP of Communications:

    • Oversees email & newsletter notifications, webpage and all forms of social media

    Parliamentarian: The parliamentarian shall review and revise the bylaws of the organization every two years or as the executive board sees fit. The parliamentarian will help run the organization's meetings according to proper parliamentary procedure as listed in "Robert's Rules of Order, Revised." The parliamentarian shall keep and bring a copy of current bylaws to all meetings for public review if requested, as well as all current membership forms to verify voting rights if needed.

    Auditor:  The auditor shall review the financial records of the organization twice per school year.  Audits shall be performed at the end of December and at the end of June.  The auditor shall also be responsible for annually presenting this organization's books to a tax preparer and posting the current year's income tax return for public viewing.