The Auditing Committee is one of the five elected committees of the congregation. The Auditing Committee consists of two voting members, who serve a one-year term that begins at the annual meeting. Members can serve up to five consecutive one-year terms.
The Auditing Committee is responsible for:
- Auditing the financial procedures and accounts of the Congregation
- Recommending changes or improvements in procedures as appropriate
- Reporting the results of its audit to the BOT and subsequently at the Annual Meeting
- Upon request of the Board, auditing programmatic expenses in greater detail.
The ideal member for the Auditing Committee has some experience with business processes and/or serving on a non-profit board of directors – and enjoys digging into the nitty-gritty to make sure things are done right.
Contact: Marie-Claire Bue
CLICK HERE for the Auditing Committee’s charter