ASA Board of Directors
The Board of Directors is responsible for overseeing the management of the Association as well as developing the long-term financial and strategic plans. Directors devote a substantial amount of their personal time to ensure the success of the Association. Directors must be from a Regular Member that sells aircraft parts. There are four quarterly meetings as well as frequent conference calls between the meetings. The Board of Directors is a volunteer board and as such ASA does not pay for the expense associated with attending the quarterly meetings. The Board of Directors is also responsible for appointing the following officers: President, Corporate Secretary and Corporate Treasurer.
In 2019 there was a change to the bylaws that impacted the length of the term of an elected Director with the intent that election terms migrate to a three-year term with elections for three Directors each year. This change took place over the 2019 and 2020 election periods. In 2019 there was an election for six Directors, with three serving two-year terms and three serving three-year terms. Click here to see a chart with the Director name; whether appointed or elected; and term expiration date.
ASA would not be the association it is today without the individuals and companies, who supported the original concept for the Association. From the beginning, the past and current Directors have dedicated their time and expertise to lead the Association to what it is today and that's to educate, promote, and protect distributor issues, which in turn improves safety in aircraft parts trading and helps companies be better businesses. We have created a list of Past and Present Directors as well as a list of Past and Present Officers for historical recognition of the dedicated individuals who have served the Association and its members.
Additional information about Director responsibilities are detailed in the bylaws. If you have questions about become a Director, consider contacting a current Directors.