BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Every month the BCL Board meets on the first Sunday of each month. The Board consists of President, Vice-President, Treasurer, Secretary, Membership Coordinator, and House Representatives from each house. The Board may also consist of At-Large Members from BCL members and non-members. However, all members are encouraged to attend each meeting.
The Board has special rights and responsibilities in maintaining BCL's continuity of existence. If the board believes an action taken by another governing body of BCL is unlawful or in grievous violation of the BCL mission, the Board may pause the implementation of the decision and require that the other governing body re-deliberate on their prior decision,
Unless policy otherwise specifies, any proposal must receive 70% of cast votes in order to pass.
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Goodlawn - Cameron Forest
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Which House - Maria Pope
Each month, members from all houses come together in a General Assembly (GA). The General Assembly shall be composed of all current BCL members. The General Assembly is the highest governing body of BCL, empowered to make decisions that affect the organization as a whole.
In special cases the General Assembly can review decisions made by other bodies. Other BCL-wide decisions may be made through our organization's online social workspace on Slack.Unless policy otherwise specifies, any proposal must receive 70% of cast votes in order to pass.
Committees are special bodies composed of volunteers from the BCL membership that make proposals on particular subjects, or decisions as permitted in their committee charter. Some committees use Slack and Zoom for meetings and communications.
All BCL members are encouraged to participate in a committee. Each committee consists of members from multiple houses, which allows for inter-house collaboration and friendships. Committees have a chairperson and meet based on pre-determined schedules. Examples of BCL committees include:
The membership of a BCL house may self-govern in issues that primarily impact members of their own house in their current membership period.
Houses may form their own house constitutions and policies, in accordance with the mission, values, and policies of BCL as a whole. Unless policy otherwise specifies, any proposal must receive 70% of cast votes in order to pass.