of the Association’s seven Councils represent different constituencies
at Member Institutions. The seventh consists of the councilor and chair of each
ADEA section (see below). Councils identify, initiate and oversee projects and
reports of value to their members and other Association members. Councils may
also participate in the Association’s policymaking process. When requested,
they identify and recommend potential consultants to the Board of Directors and
other groups. All councils meet at the ADEA Annual Session & Exhibition and
some hold additional meetings between Annual Sessions.
Council Administrative Boards: Each council, except the Corporate
Council, has a five-member administrative board comprised of a Vice President (an
Association officer who serves on the ADEA Board of Directors), a Chair, a
Chair-elect, a Secretary and a Member-at-Large. Each administrative board meets
at least once between Annual Sessions and is responsible for planning its
council’s ADEA Annual Session & Exhibition program and for managing the
council’s affairs. Administrative boards relate to their councils much as the
Board of Directors relates to the House of Delegates.