Section 1. Past Presidents of the Association still actively employed by a Juvenile Court. Former Past Presidents who have emeritus membership status shall continue to be a Board of Trustees member.
Section 2. The Board of Trustees shall act in an advisory capacity to the President and the Executive Committee. Board of Trustees shall have three voting privileges at each Executive Committee meeting. Those persons shall be selected by the Chair/Vice-Chair of the Board of Trustees at each Executive Committee meeting.
Section 3. The Board of Trustees shall also receive direction at the will of the President and the Executive Committee.
Section 4. The Chairperson of the Board of Trustees shall be elected by the Board of Trustees, and shall be actively employed by a juvenile court in Tennessee and may serve consecutive terms.
Section 5. The Board of Trustees shall be responsible for developing and directing the implementation plan of fund raising for the Association.
Section 6. The Board of Trustees shall meet a minimum of twice yearly at a time and place determined by the Chairperson and the President of the Association.