The Executive Committee shall be composed of the Corporate Officers of the Board of Directors. The Executive Committee shall act for the Board during the interim between Board meetings. The Chairmen of the Board shall serve as the Chairmen of the Executive Committee. The Chairman of the Board shall call meetings of the Executive Committee at any time he deems necessary. The Executive Committee shall cause minutes to be kept of its meetings and they shall be submitted to the Board of Directors at its next succeeding meeting. The Executive Committee shall be empowered to manage the business affairs and have oversight responsibilities of the Chapter.
The duties of the Nominating Committee shall be to develop and maintain a current list of potential candidates to insure the best possible slate of Officers and Board of Directors.
The Immediate Past-President shall be the chairman of the Membership Committee. The Committee shall be responsible for such issues as the new member application process, membership participation, attendance at monthly meetings, as well as monitoring of dues payments. The Membership Committee will assign new members to an appropriate committee(s) based on a known expertise or desire to work and contribute to a committee's assigned goals and objectives.
The Treasurer shall be the chairman of the Finance Committee. The Finance Committee shall be responsible for setting and monitoring the organization's financial policies, procedures and controls, as well as the overall financial and investment strategy; including, review and audit of all committee budgets and operating budget of the Chapter. This Committee shall also be responsible for supporting the finance functions of the Treasurer and will annually make an audit report to the Board of Directors. A member of the Finance Committee will be assigned to manage the budget of each major project.
The Vice President of Economic Development shall be the chairman of the Development Committee. This committee shall have one (1) Sub-Committee; namely, Special Events Committee. The Development Committee shall be responsible for pursuing and developing short and long term concepts that attempt to generate profitable revenue and which promote the economic self-sufficiency of the "100 Black Men of Greater Charlotte, Inc.". It should also seek to develop business relationships in the metro Charlotte/Carolinas Region. These relationships should seek to create an environment whereby all parties can benefit from services exchanged or rendered. The chairman of the Development Committee shall be responsible for presenting the monthly report to the Board of Directors.
Special Events Committee
The Vice President of Special Events shall be the chairman of the Special Events Committee. This committee is a Sub-Committee of the Development Committee. By direction of the membership and the Board of Directors the Vice President of Special Events shall be responsible for developing, seeking out, and implementing programs, projects or other special events and activities which may generate funds and other resources for the support of operations of the organization and its programs and activities.
A Board Member-at-Large shall be the chairman of the Education Committee. This committee shall have two (2) Sub-Committees; namely, STEAM / Robotics Committee, and Scholarship Committee. The committee shall have oversight responsibilities of its sub-committees including other programs and activities that promote academic achievements. The Committee is generally responsible for all educational programs, the development/management and distribution of funds for the educational and youth (MOY) scholarship. The committee shall present a monthly report including its sub-committee to the Board of Directors on monthly basis.
A Board Member-at-Large shall be the chairman of the Scholarship Committee. This committee shall be a Sub-Committee of the Education Committee. The Scholarship Committee is responsible to ensure funds are developed and managed for the timely payment of each education award. Additionally, the committee must meet with qualified local community educators to ensure we are using the appropriate tools and evaluations methods to award scholarship. Finally, the committee must evaluate each candidate to ensure they have met the standards and educational objectives of the 100 Black Men of Greater Charlotte, Inc.
STEAM / Robotics Committee
A Board Member-at-Large shall be the chair of the STEAM / Robotics Committee. STEAM is the acronym of Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics. The purpose of this Committee is to develop and manage programs that shall engage students in STEAM activities. These activities shall expose them to, cultivate interest, and increase confidence in the students’ abilities to succeed. Robotics component of the programs shall be designed to develop the students STEAM skills.
The Executive Vice President of Programs shall be the chairman of the Mentoring Committee. This committee shall have two (2) Sub-Committees; namely, Pathways Committee, and Collegiate Chapter Committee. The Chairman of the Mentoring Committee is responsible for implementing "Mentoring The 100 Way." A holistic approach to the mentoring program that addresses the social, emotional and cultural needs of children ages 8-18. Members of the 100 are trained and certified to become mentors, advocates, and role models for the youth within their communities. Through chapter operated one-on-one and group mentoring efforts, our members forge relationships that positively impact our greatest resource; our youth. The program focuses on building essential skills needed to become productive, contributing citizens. Our Movement of Youth (“MOY”) program is a principal component of the committee’s objectives.
A Board Member-at-Large shall be the chairman of the Pathways Committee. This committee is a sub-committee of the Mentoring Committee. The Committee shall develop a multi-phase program for students to bridge the gap between a secondary education and entry into the workplace. The Committee shall keep minutes of each meeting and report to the Mentoring Committee Chairmen monthly.
Collegiate 100 Committee
A Board Member-at-Large shall be the chairman of the Collegiate Chapter Committee. This committee is a sub-committee of the Mentoring Committee. The Collegiate 100 is an auxiliary organization of the 100 Black Men. The Collegiate 100 membership is drawn primarily from male African-American college students through chapters on university campuses across the country. Collegiate chapters have their own administration and operate under the limited guidance of a 100 Black Man advisor.
Health & Wellness Committee
A Board Member-at-Large shall be the chairman of the Health and Wellness Committee. This committee shall promote the physical, emotional, and spiritual health of the mentees and the lives impacted. Through targeted and focused programming, the Committee aim to increase awareness surrounding health issues that plague the African American community and provide health education that promotes behavioral changes that foster wellness.
Public Relations and Communications Committee
The Vice President of Public Relations and Communication shall be the chairman of the Public Relations and Communication Committee.
The Vice President of Information Technology Public Relations shall be the chairman of the Information Technology Committee. The position will collaborate with the Vice President of Public Relations and Communication for relative technology aspects for public relations and communications, internally and externally.