Subject: REMINDER: Register your interest in the role of IAGR Secretary

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IAGR is looking for a Secretary for our Board
Dear valued members of IAGR 

This is a reminder that you have until close of business Tuesday 9 July to register your interest in the role of IAGR Secretary. 

Please read the information below and follow the instructions if you'd like to apply. 

I hope to hear from you soon.

Trude Høgseth Felde

IAGR President
About the role of IAGR Secretary

The IAGR bylaws provide that the Secretary is an office holder of IAGR along with the President, Vice President and Treasurer, but is not a Trustee. The bylaws also set out the minimum duties for the Secretary, however, we recognise the office also has a bigger contribution to make in advising the President and Board of Trustees, and managing IAGR’s corporate governance. This is especially important as we progress our strategic planning to build on our achievements and best position IAGR to continue to lead the world in gaming regulation.

The Secretary is appointed by the President for a term of two years and may be reappointed for a second and final term of two years. 

Here is a basic summary of the Secretary’s duties. 

Working with our Board of Trustees 

Working with our Secretariat, the Secretary manages all aspects of IAGR Board of Trustees (BOT) meetings including: 
  • preparing and circulating agendas and BOT papers 
  • facilitating BOT communications 
  • coordinating minute taking and circulation for approval 
  • monitoring that action items are advanced and consistent with BOT resolutions 
  • facilitating BOT nomination and election process. 
Annual Members' Business Meeting 

The Secretary is responsible for organising the Annual Members' Business Meeting at IAGR’s annual conference. 

Key responsibilities include drafting the agenda, coordinating voting activities and post-meeting reports. 

Supporting IAGR's President 

The Secretary assists in providing governance-related advice to the President and working with the Secretariat to manage the President’s involvement in official IAGR engagements such as speaking opportunities, conferences and events. 

Are you the governance leader we’re looking for? 

Does this sound interesting to you? To be eligible to apply: 
  • you’ll need to be an ordinary member of IAGR 
  • be prepared to travel (at your organisation’s cost) to at least three IAGR BOT meetings and IAGR’s annual conference 
  • be committed to serving a two-year term starting upon appointment. 
Send us your expression of interest 

Please send us an expression of interest including: 
  • your full name, employer and IAGR membership information 
  • a current resume 
  • a brief cover letter outlining your interest in the role and contribution you can make to IAGR. 
Please send your submissions to by 9 July 2019. 

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