GP-MI offices are positions of responsibility and trust, not of power and prerogative.
We are elected to roles of service. In that spirit, we openly strive to communicate, cooperate, and collaborate with other officers and our members.
According to our By-laws, "This officer collects and preserves records such as GP-MI meeting minutes, press releases, the Handbook, the By-laws, and the platform. The Archivist may assist the Treasurer in archiving all financial documents."
According to our By-laws, The party Chair is responsible for responding to requests for interviews, appearances, and requests for statements from the media. The party Chair is also Chair of the SCC, and is responsible for administration of group communications.
According to our By-laws, This officer facilitates the SCC and manages the standing committees
According to our By-laws, This officer shall coordinate and update GP-MI publications, both traditional and digital, and maintain the GP-MI Handbook.
According to our By-laws, This officer shall be responsible for keeping GP-MI aware of and following laws and regulations in its election-related activities, including appointment of election challengers and poll-watchers; recruiting candidates for GP-MI nomination or endorsement; assembling and providing current information about the party's nomination/endorsement processes, including advance/draft convention rules; helping nominated candidates file required paperwork; and supporting campaigns. The Elections Coordinator shall also manage any electionrelated online group activities.
John Anthony La Pietra
I look forward to working with members and locals across the state who want to help put Green values on the agenda and into practice for the people, the planet, and peace. If we want #2020Vision, we must clearly #seeGreen. Go WE go!
According to our By-laws, This officer is the primary advocate for Locals, welcoming new members; assigning mentors for the new members; and receiving the registration forms from new Locals and the quarterly reports from Locals to enter them into the state party records.
In my time as membership manager, it occurred to me that the best way to grow and strengthen our organization is to make sure that every local is ready to receive and involve incoming members. And as locals liaison, my mission would be connect all the local groups, improve outreach and assist in making sure current and new members have an active role within the party. However, I would be counting on all GPMI officers to aid in this mission. I’m ready to do my part! Thank you!
Our by-laws put the Meeting Manager in charge of
(Article V, Section 7.)
According to our By-laws, The Membership Manager is responsible for keeping accurate records of GP-MI membership, sending out participation surveys and annual requests for donations. Coordinates with the Treasurer when donations come in, supplies membership forms for meetings and other events, and supplies current member contact information to all appropriate officers.
According to our By-laws, The Merchandise Manager shall have a supply of GP-MI literature and merchandise; provide them to state meetings; and maintain a budget (that shall be reconciled with the Treasurer) for replenishing the supply and shipping the materials to locals and tabling events.
I am excited to be the "Merch Manager" for the Green Party of Michigan and to be working with the our treasurer Charlotte in getting out items to our members for events across the state. Let's promote our party!!!!
According to our By-laws, This officer receives and manages all funds of the GP-MI and its committees; prepares and files all required financial documents and keeps GP-MI in compliance with laws and regulations; sends out at least annual requests for donations, in coordination with the Membership Manager; and keeps the GP-MI informed about its financial condition at SMMs and through the SCC.
Hi, my name is Charlotte. I am a mother and a registered nurse in Grand Rapids, MI. I am honored to serve our party both in the role of Treasurer and also in anyway that I am needed and able to serve. Feel free to contact me directly with any concerns.
The Ways and Means Manager has the responsibility to explore and administrate ways to implement fundraising for candidates and activities that would increase public awareness of the Green Party of Michigan.
It is my hope and "mission" in this position is to explore and administrate fundraising and activities that would increase public awareness of the Green Party of Michigan. It is also my hope that the GP-MI can give greater support to candidates running for Green Party members running for office in Michigan.
According to our By-laws, Responsible for maintaining GPMI owned electronic resources, including website hosting, official email, and marketing email according to the Handbook chapter for Web Steward. Two GPMI members are needed.
I hope the determination will soon be made for transitioning to a newer more versatile platform. I hope to keep the site accurate and up to date, with your help!