The Chief Executive Officer is responsible for promotion of Quaqua programs, operations, and other purposes of the Board of Trustees. The Chief Executive oversees the deployment and administration of Quaqua resources, as directed by the relevant Board and various program committees.
Chief Executive Officer does not have power to overrule decisions of the General
Selection Committee regarding matters within its scope of authority, but he or she may
take disputes before the Board of Trustees. Likewise, the General
Selection Committee has no power to overrule decisions regarding matters within
the purview of the Chief Executive Officer.
The relationship between the Eligibility Committee and the Chief Executive Officer is similar to that specified between the Executive and the General Selection Committee. The Chief Executive Officer must disclose potential and actual conflicts of interest to the Board so that appropriate safeguards can be undertaken.
to review by the Board, and except where in violation of the law or the Articles
of Incorporation or the By-Laws, the Chief Executive Officer has the power to
supervise, overrule, and expel any officer, employee, volunteer, award winner,
or member of Quaqua. The same authority extends to Quaqua programs and operations. The Chief Executive Officer has the power
to delegate this authority. Acceptance of the Chief Executive's power to remove individuals at will is a precondition to participation in Quaqua.
Acceptance of the Chief Executive's power to remove individuals at will is a precondition to participation in Quaqua.
to review by the Board, and except where in violation of the Articles of Incorporation
or the By-Laws, the Chief Executive Officer shall enjoy all traditional powers
and authority commensurate with the position as recognized by Utah
law. This authority includes, but is not limited to, the power to enter into contracts in the regular
course of business.
No expenditure, contract, or obligation, or cumulation of the same authorized within the same six-month period, totaling more than $5,000, may be incurred on behalf of Quaqua without the signed consent of a majority of the Board of Trustees. No individual member of Quaqua, regardless of their position, has actual or apparent authority to act on behalf of Quaqua in a contrary manner.