The President shall preside at all meetings of the association, and shall have the power to call special meetings when necessary. The President shall notify all concerned of the time and place of any special meeting called by President. President shall conduct the day to day business of the association between meetings, and report on any significant actions to the body of the association at the next regular meeting.
Years of experience: 25+
As the founder of Action Facility Management, Inc. Licensed in eight states Ms. Lewis provides security service to federal and commercial clients. Ms. Lewis was awarded WV Small Business Person of the Year.
The treasurer shall handle all financial affairs of the association; collect the dues voted by the membership or the Board of Divisional Vice-Presidents; keep an accurate record of all receipts and expenditures. The Treasurer shall keep an accurate register of all members, showing their current dues
Position: VP Training
Years of experience: 5+
Position: VP Security
Mr. Signorelli is President/CEO of Security America. Experienced in Administration and Operations and field support for security operations.
Position: VP Investigations
The duties of the Divisional Vice-President shall be to preside when the President is absent. He/she shall be responsible for the functioning of the standing committees and provide input in his/her area of expertise. This duty may be rotated among the Board of Divisional Vice-Presidents should the President be absent long term.
The Secretary shall notify the membership of the time and place of all meetings; take the minutes of all business meetings; handle correspondence on behalf of the association; keep an active register of membership, showing the members' names and addresses; publish and distribute the newsletter upon timely submission from the contributors, and perform all of the duties ordinarily incidental to the office of Secretary.
Vice Presidents shall be responsible for the functioning of the standing committees and provide input in his/her area of expertise.
The Board of Divisional Vice-Presidents shall have general control of all matters relevant to
the Private Investigators & Security Professionals of West Virginia with full power to act therein. The President shall have an independent vote only in the event of a tie vote or a refusal to vote. In addition to their regular duties, the Divisional Vice-Presidents shall serve as the grievance, ethics, and disciplinary committees.