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EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE REPORTS CHARIS A. GOFF EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT

RESPONSIBILITIES: • Manage NULYP’s annual Program of Work - coordinating initiatives, programs and collaborative efforts of the Chairs & Committees of the national Executive LEADERSHIP TEAM • Lead NULYP’s internal operations - establishing and maintaining organizational procedures to support strategic plan priorities and Executive Leadership Team operations • Serve as Interim President in the event of a vacancy of the office of the President HIGHLIGHTS: • Managed body of work for Committee Chair initiatives and projects in the areas of programs, recognition, advocacy, membership, leadership training & development, communications, and IT • Assumed duties of the President at his request • Supported Regional Vice President communications and touch base meetings • Hosted Chapter Vice President informational discussions and best practices sessions • Supported sponsorship conversations between NUL, NULYP and corporate partners • Led NULYP Road to 20 tour activations and support chapter execution • Served on NULYP conference and 20th Anniversary planning teams • Conducted virtual chapter best practices, team management, and succession planning training • Provided weekly review support to the Communications team • Developed Internal Communications Guide to provide protocols and procedures for the management of ELT operations • Represented NULYP at select chapter events, conferences and trainings, including the Western and Eastern Region Conferences

CHAD ROBERSON TREASURER

Financial Health as of May 31st, 2019 Internal Account: $9,500 External Account: $13,229 Chapter Dues collected as of May 31, 2019 $18,423 from 53 chapters (57 last year) RESPONSIBILITIES: • Maintain a system that all monies and other valuables are deposited in the name and to the credit of NULYP • Facilitates budgeting of organization and committee activities • Maintains financial records, files and papers • Report financial condition to NULYP • Notify chapters of the membership status and bill chapters accordance to the NULYP Bylaws FUND DEVELOPMENT RESPONSIBILITIES: • Oversees all fundraising activities in conjunction with NULYP President and NUL • Collaborate with the YP Presidents and Affiliate to organize and develop strategic fundraising goals and objectives • Implement key fundraising tactics and focus on relationship management to increase the number of strategic partners HIGHLIGHTS: • Treasurer Cooperative Meeting/Roundtable; Topics: (Financial Practices, Budgeting, Fund Development, Affiliate Relations • $18,423 collected in chapter dues ($18,925 last year) • 53 active chapter (57 last year) • Created a standard budget template for each chapter • Incorporated new fund development initiatives into WMY Training • Assisted chapters will local fundraising initiatives to increase revenues and build strategic local partners • Completed initial meeting with NUL/affiliate services around Phase 1 of NULYP financial sustainability plan (Dues Structure) • Completed the draft outline plan per NUL’s request to create a database of NULYP’s who are business owners and entrepreneurs are, etc. Ultimately, NUL would like the opportunity to leverage “in-house” resources and recommendations whenever possible • Strategic Partners of NULYP (New Revenue Generated ) • Fundraising: 1st-year NULYP was granted permission to fundraise separately • Re-established a new partnership with MillerCoors - $15,000 • Structured a new partnership with Altria - $20,000 • Re-established a new partnership with General Motors $35,000 Structured a new long-term agreement with Wal-Mart

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2019 National Urban League Young Professionals Annual Report  

2019 National Urban League Young Professionals Annual Report  

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